A word loop game on forces. Turn them into cards, and them out one per student (this is for 21 students). One person reads out a question, the student with the corresponding answer reads out the answer and their question etc. until you get back to the start. Great as a plenary or recap starter.
Some word loop games for Energy and Electricity, and Radioactivity. I've also included some quiz cards on Power, energy and time, P=Et.
Put pupils into 6 groups at 6 stations round the room. Pupils are given a card with a circuit diagram on it, they must build the diagram and then flip over the card. At the next station, they have to draw the circuit diagram and then take apart the circuits. At the next station they have to build the circuit based on the diagram they see, then throw away the diagram. They game continues for as long as you want it to! This assesses and develops their circuit building and drawing skills. It also shows them why it's so important to draw circuit diagrams carefully. I've printed this double sided, then laminated so that they can draw the circuit on the back in whiteboard pen. Enjoy! Please review!
A worksheet on gravity and weight. This includes a technician guide. Students weigh different objects which are labelled with their mass. They then try and work out which planet they are on using the W=mg Weight, mass, gravitational field strength equation.
Some resources on the forces topic. Could be used for KS3 or GCSE. This includes a Forces true/false introduction worksheet, a balancing forces worksheet, a rockets forces worksheet and a worksheet on the Weight equation in Space.