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I have been teaching Biology for 17 years and I have struggled to find concise and engaging resources for teaching Biology, which is why I have set about creating my own. I hope that my resources are enjoyed by your pupils and of course support their learning of such an interesting and great subject. We are currently offering a 50% discount to all members who sign up now for our website for the first year, just copy and paste the code 3711E747FB when prompted during the signing up process.

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I have been teaching Biology for 17 years and I have struggled to find concise and engaging resources for teaching Biology, which is why I have set about creating my own. I hope that my resources are enjoyed by your pupils and of course support their learning of such an interesting and great subject. We are currently offering a 50% discount to all members who sign up now for our website for the first year, just copy and paste the code 3711E747FB when prompted during the signing up process.
GCSE Biology: Photosynthesis Worksheet Pack
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GCSE Biology: Photosynthesis Worksheet Pack

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A collection of visually appealing worksheets focusing on how the leaf is suited to photosynthesis and also limiting factors of photosynthesis. A visually appealing set of two worksheets/placemats for GCSE students on firstly, the structure of the leaf and how it is adapted for photosynthesis, and secondly, the process of photosynthesis and limiting factors. Perfect for use when both teaching the topic area and also for revision. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. As a suggestion the resource could be laminated and completed by students using OHP pens and then cleaned off for future use with other pupils. These sheets could even be used as a short progress test with students too. An answer sheet is included for both worksheets for teachers.
A Level Biology Worksheet Pack on DNA and Protein Synthesis
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A Level Biology Worksheet Pack on DNA and Protein Synthesis

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This pack of four worksheets is designed to be visually appealing for A Level students to learn and revise the DNA and protein synthesis topic. The worksheet pack includes: 1.) Worksheet on DNA and RNA structure and their key differences 2.) Worksheet on DNA replication 3a.) Worksheet on the process of transcription (protein synthesis) 3b.) Worksheet on the process of translation (protein synthesis) All answers to the worksheets are included, these can be projected for students to check and mark their own answers.
Huge GCSE Biology Worksheet Pack
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Huge GCSE Biology Worksheet Pack

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A bundle of 20 comprehensive GCSE Biology resources, consisting of over 40 visually appealing and clearly laid out worksheets, all accompanied by a separate answer sheet. The worksheets are designed to be worked through independently by pupils and cover the following GCSE topics: Circulation (blood vessels and blood composition) Hormones Heart structure and the Respiratory system Biotechnology (the fermenter) The carbon cycle Cell Biology Movement across membranes Digestion Teeth Enzymes Homeostasis Inheritance (monohybrid crosses) The kidney The eye The nervous system including synapses Photosynthesis Respiration Human reproduction Plant reproduction Transport in plants
GCSE Biology: Diffusion, Osmosis and Active Transport Worksheet Pack
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GCSE Biology: Diffusion, Osmosis and Active Transport Worksheet Pack

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A comprehensive pack of five worksheets aimed at GCSE Biology students, covering the topic of ‘transport across membranes’. The worksheets are visually appealing and are designed to encourage independent learning and familiarisation of the key terminology. Students can use textbooks or their notes to complete the sheets. The sheets could also be used for revision of the topic or as an assessment. Answer sheets are provided for each worksheet. The pack includes the following worksheets: Diffusion Factors that affect diffusion Osmosis (two versions: one using water potential in the definition, the other using water concentration) Active transport Summary crossword on all of the above
A Level Biology: Meiosis Activity
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A Level Biology: Meiosis Activity

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A cut and stick and cloze activity aimed at A level students. The activity is designed so that students can learn and identify the key stages of meiosis and describe what happens in each of the main stages. The cloze activity allows students to become more familiar with the key terminology associated with this topic. This activity can be completed by students independently as all instructions are given on the sheets. Ideal for both teaching the topic and also as a revision aide. The activity has been provided in both an A3 and A4 format to allow for printing in either size. I would advise to print in A3 if possible as it keeps all the stages of meiosis on one sheet and makes it easier for the student to compare the two different stages of meiosis. A completed answer sheet is provided for the teacher.
A Level Biology: Cell Membrane Structure Worksheet
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A Level Biology: Cell Membrane Structure Worksheet

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This worksheet allows A level Biology students to explore the structure of the fluid mosaic model of the plasma membrane of cells. Students will label the key components of the plasma membrane and identify the role of each key component in the membrane. This worksheet would lead well in to looking at how substances move across the membrane to enter and leave the cell. Great either to use as a worksheet when teaching this topic, or as a revision sheet or assessment at the end of the topic. Answer sheet provided; good to project on the board when going through the sheet with your students.
GCSE Biology: Heart Structure Worksheet Pack
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GCSE Biology: Heart Structure Worksheet Pack

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Visually appealing worksheets/place mats for GCSE Biology students on the structure of the heart. Perfect for use when teaching the topic and also for revision purposes. The worksheets could even be used as a progress test on these topic areas. The worksheets should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and pupils will be able to work independently through the activities. There is a differentiated heart structure worksheet for students who may benefit from extra support. There is also an answer sheet for the teacher, which is great for non-specialists teaching Biology in schools. As a suggestion the place mat could be laminated and pupils could complete the activities with OHP pens. The laminated sheets could then be cleaned for future use with other pupils. Otherwise the place mat could be laminated after completion by pupils and used for display purposes in the classroom or for revision.
GCSE Biology: The Nervous System Worksheet Pack UPDATED
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GCSE Biology: The Nervous System Worksheet Pack UPDATED

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Visually appealing worksheets pack for GCSE Biology students on the nervous system. Perfect for use when teaching the topic and also for revision purposes. The worksheets could even be used as a progress test on these topic areas. The worksheets should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and pupils will be able to work independently through the activities. There is a worksheet on each of the following topics: Neurones Reflex actions Synapses There is also an answer sheet for the teacher, which is great for non-specialists teaching Biology in schools. As a suggestion the place mat could be laminated and pupils could complete the activities with OHP pens. The laminated sheets could then be cleaned for future use with other pupils. Otherwise the place mat could be laminated after completion by pupils and used for display purposes in the classroom or for revision.
Biology GCSE Revision: Heart and Circulation  Worksheet Pack UPDATED
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Biology GCSE Revision: Heart and Circulation Worksheet Pack UPDATED

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A perfect revision lesson for GCSE Biology students, covering the topic of circulation. All worksheets are designed to be visually engaging and can be worked through independently by students. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Included are four worksheets covering the topics: 1.) Heart structure and function (+ a differentiated version to give more support) 2.) Blood vessels: structure and function 3.) Composition of blood 4.) Crossword on blood vessels and blood Answer sheets are included for the teacher.
GCSE Biology: Enzyme Worksheet Pack
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GCSE Biology: Enzyme Worksheet Pack

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This GCSE Biology worksheet pack covers the key concepts associated with the enzyme topic. The resources are designed to be visually appealing to students and can be worked through independently. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The resource pack can be used to introduce the topic or for revision/assessment purposes. Included in the pack are: Worksheet on how enzymes work and covering key terminology Worksheet on factors that affect enzymes Crossword on the enzyme topic Answer sheets are included for all of the above.
GCSE Biology: Cell Biology Worksheet Pack UPDATED
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GCSE Biology: Cell Biology Worksheet Pack UPDATED

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This Biology GCSE resource pack covers the fundamentals required on the topic of Cell Biology. The worksheets encourage the pupils to work through them independently and are visually engaging to appeal to the students. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The resource pack is ideal for introduction to the topic or revision in preparation for the upcoming GCSE exams. The resource pack could be used at KS3 level too. The pack includes: Worksheet on cell structure and function (animal and plant cells) Worksheet on cell structure and function including rough ER (animal and plant cells) Worksheet on the parts of the microscope and their function Worksheet on calculating magnification, size of specimens and converting units Worksheet on specialised cells and their adaptations Worksheet on organisation of living things and revision crossword on cell biology in general All answer sheets are included, perfect for the non-specialist teaching Biology.
GCSE Biology: Respiration Worksheet Pack UPDATED
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GCSE Biology: Respiration Worksheet Pack UPDATED

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A visually appealing set of two worksheets/placemats for GCSE students on firstly, respiration in animals, covering both aerobic and anaerobic respiration and secondly, fermentation in yeast. Perfect for use when both teaching the topic area and also for revision. Each worksheet should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The worksheets will help students learn the equations for respiration, it’s role in living things and also familiarise themselves with key words related to the topic. As a suggestion the resource could be laminated and completed by students using OHP pens and then cleaned off for future use with other pupils. These sheets could even be used as a short progress test with students too. An answer sheet is included for both worksheets for teachers.
Huge A level Biology Resource Bundle
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Huge A level Biology Resource Bundle

20 Resources
This is a huge bundle of resources covering many of the topics studied in Year 1/ AS year of the OCR A Biology course. Due to the similarities with other A level specifications this bundle would be well suited to other exam boards too. Topics covered include: 1.) The heart and circulation 2.) The cardiac cycle 3.Chromatography 3.) Nucleic acids 4.) Protein synthesis 5.) Mitosis and meiosis 6.) Cell structure 7.) Transport in plants 8.) Statistics for biologists 9.) Prokaryotes 10.) Biochemistry: Carbohydrates 11.) Biochemistry: Lipids (Trigylcerides) 12.) Biochemistry: Proteins 13.) Biochemistry: Water and it’s properties Answer sheets are provided for all resources included in this bundle
GCSE Biology: The Eye
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GCSE Biology: The Eye

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Visually appealing worksheets covering the structure of the eye, function of the eye parts and how the eye works. Worksheets are designed so that students can work through them independently with reference to a textbook. Alternatively these worksheets are perfect for GCSE Biology students revising for the upcoming exams. All answers are included for the worksheets.
A Level Biology: Cell Structure Worksheet Bundle
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A Level Biology: Cell Structure Worksheet Bundle

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This bundle contains: A comprehensive and visually appealing A level worksheet pack summarising the cell ultrastructure topic. There are four worksheets included in the bundle, designed for pupils to work through independently. Once completed these worksheets will create a set of useful and detailed revision notes for students. Answers are provided for the teacher. Topics covered are: ultrastructure of animal cells ultrastructure of plant cells structure and function of the key organelles/cell structures The worksheets are provided in both an A4 and A3 format. additionally an A4 worksheet covering the structure and function of the parts of a prokaryotic cell.
Statistics for A level Biology
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Statistics for A level Biology

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This is a very useful and comprehensive resource for students studying A level Biology. A great refresher for the teacher too or someone teaching Biology who may not be so confident when it comes to teaching statistics. The resource is a 22 page booklet which covers all the key aspects of statistics required for Biology at A level. There are worked examples and questions for the students to work through. This booklet has been designed to be fully explanatory so that students can work through it independently. The booklet is fully comprehensive and no other resources are needed; all probability tables are given with the questions. The key topics covered in the booklet are: 1.) Why use statistics on data 2.) Calculating standard deviation and its meaning 3.) The student t-test 4.) The Spearman rank correlation coefficient 5.) The Chi-squared test The booklet should take approximately two 1 hour lessons to complete, dependent on how familiar the students are with statistics. Those studying A level Maths and Geography may be more confident working through the calculations and understanding the outcomes. A separate answer booklet is provided with answers to all questions given.
GCSE Biology: The Nitrogen Cycle
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GCSE Biology: The Nitrogen Cycle

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Always a challenging topic at GCSE, this visual worksheet should help your students get to grips with the Nitrogen Cycle. There is an answer sheet for the teacher included in the pack, great for non-specialists teaching GCSE Biology. Perfect for use when both teaching the topic area and also when revising. The worksheet will help students learn the parts of the Nitrogen Cycle and familiarise themselves with key words. ** Now with A4 colour poster version.
Coronavirus Worksheet with Answers
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Coronavirus Worksheet with Answers

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A worksheet featuring key questions for pupils to answer about the coronavirus. ** Answers now included** This could be used in a biology lesson as part of the topic on infectious diseases or even during a PSHE lesson, as many pupils are interested in this topic and want to know more. Research could be carried out using the internet, there are plenty of excellent websites, such as the BBC and the WHO, where the answers to the questions can be sought.
GCSE Maths Revision Sample Sheet: Aiming for Grade 5
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GCSE Maths Revision Sample Sheet: Aiming for Grade 5

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A free sample of a worksheet from the GCSE revision pack, targeted at students aiming for grade 5, produced in collaboration with a subject lead for Maths. Each worksheet contains nine questions clearly laid out and with space for the student’s response. The topics covered by the revision pack include: Exact values of trigonometric functions Standard form Area and perimeter of semi and quarter circles Solving linear equations Right angled trigonometry Expanding brackets Volume and surface area of a cylinder Error intervals Compound and simple interest All answers are included on a separate sheet for the teacher. This resource is perfect for use in revision sessions or set as a homework task to complete. The answer sheets make it easy for self or peer marking to take place in the classroom too.
Year 3 Science: Parts of a Plant Worksheet
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Year 3 Science: Parts of a Plant Worksheet

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A free taster of one of the Year 3 Science Plant topic worksheets. This worksheet is part of a comprehensive collection of Science worksheets focusing on the plant topic for Year 3 pupils. The worksheets are designed to be visually appealing for primary school children and can be coloured in too. The worksheets encourage independent learning as the pupils can work through them following the clear instructions given on the sheet. The Worksheets are useful when learning the topic, revising the topic and/or assessing your pupils' knowledge and understanding of the topic. The worksheets are useful to project on the board too as you teach the topic and can be filled in using a smart board if desired. The Year 3 plant topic worksheet pack for sale covers the following: 1.) Parts of a flowering plant and the role of the parts 2.) Requirements of plants to live and grow 3.) Parts of a flower and the role of the flower parts 4.) Pollination 5.) Seed dispersal 6.) Plant topic summary crossword All worksheets come with a completed answer sheet, very useful for the non-specialist teaching Science.