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I am a High School and Sixth Form Chemistry teacher teaching Science to GCSE and Chemistry to A Level. My GCSE resources generally follow the new AQA (9-1) specification, differentiated for foundation and higher students at trilogy and separate science levels. My Key Stage 3 resources are suited to mixed ability groups and are designed to be dyslexia friendly with bold coloured text boxes and bright diagrams. Please give me your opinion and review downloaded resources!

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I am a High School and Sixth Form Chemistry teacher teaching Science to GCSE and Chemistry to A Level. My GCSE resources generally follow the new AQA (9-1) specification, differentiated for foundation and higher students at trilogy and separate science levels. My Key Stage 3 resources are suited to mixed ability groups and are designed to be dyslexia friendly with bold coloured text boxes and bright diagrams. Please give me your opinion and review downloaded resources!
Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Bonding
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Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Bonding

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This is a fantastic resource accessible for grades 8 to 11 depending on ability. The resource targets the key types of chemical bond: covalent, giant covalent, ionic and metallic. The questions focus on the main learning points within this topic. Answers are also included within the resource. I have used this resource for many years to great success. It has proved really handy at tying all aspects of the bonding unit together. Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science
Elements, Compounds and Mixtures Workbook
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Elements, Compounds and Mixtures Workbook

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Lesson Workbook This resource is a ten page lesson booklet on the subject of elements, compounds and mixtures. Included within this workbook: Key Definitions Diagrams Element Factfile Task Simple Reaction Equations Atoms and Elements in Compounds Mixture Separation Techniques Examples of Each Word search This lesson workbook is ideal for grades five to eight depending on ability - please view the preview included. This workbook generally takes an hour for a class to complete and I have found it very useful as a summary tool. Please note that some of my resources may have American spellings. Thank you very much.
Periodic Table of Elements Worksheets
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Periodic Table of Elements Worksheets

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Included in the resource: ‘Label the periodic table’ worksheet ‘Key features of the periodic table’ worksheet Answer sheets for both worksheets These are useful introductory worksheets for teaching the periodic table. Worksheet 1: Students label the periodic table based on the words listed. They must also identify what a ‘group’ is and what a ‘period’ is. Students can also identify which regions of the periodic table are metals, non-metals and metalloids. Worksheet 2: Students answer questions on four key regions of the periodic table (alkali metals, halogens, noble gases and transition metals). The questions are based around properties, reactivity and uses. Please see the preview included. Please note that some of my resources may include American spellings.
History of the Atom
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History of the Atom

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This History of the Atomic Theory Bundle is made from the five resources: **Timeline activity with information sheets **Venn diagram atomic model comparison activity **Quick fire questions activity **Cut and Paste activity **Atom dominoes game The following atomic models are covered across the resources: John Dalton, J J Thompson, Ernest Rutherford, Neils Bohr and Erwin Schrodinger This bundle is made from my best selling atomic model resources, with additional instruction task sheets incorporated into the bundle. A complete answer set is included within the resource too. No further preparation is required before teaching. Simply print and teach! Students only require a pen for all resources except the cut and paste which requires scissors and glue. These are effective, no hassle resources which cover every aspect of the atomic models unit. Please leave your feedback. Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Rebeccab-Designs
Plotting Graphs, Anomalies and Calculating Mean
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Plotting Graphs, Anomalies and Calculating Mean

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This resource is a lesson workbook with questions on: Graph plotting Spotting anomalies in graphs and tables Calculating the mean of a data set Key definitions (including variables, accuracy, precision etc) Drawing lines of best fit There is a full answer set for every page of the workbook. The workbook is designed to test how data is manipulated and displayed with an emphasis on spotting trends in data.
Atomic Structure Game
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Atomic Structure Game

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This Cootie Catcher Resource is a fun way to learn about atomic structure. Included are questions on: Charges of protons, neutrons and electrons Relative weights of protons, neutrons and electrons Locations of protons, neutrons and electrons in an atom Also Included . . . A ‘how to fold’ instructions sheet A ‘how to play’ instructions sheet It is simple to use and very effective at getting key points across to students. The cootie catcher is also a brilliant form of peer assessment and student interaction as they can test each other on the key points. Please leave your feedback. Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips
Types of Data: Continuous and Discrete (Discontinuous) Full Lesson
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Types of Data: Continuous and Discrete (Discontinuous) Full Lesson

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Types of Data: Continuous and Discrete (Discontinuous) Full Lesson This full lesson includes a lesson PowerPoint with student activities and tasks included within the document. Answers are also included at each stage for student review. This lesson focuses on the differences between continuous and discrete (discontinuous) data, collecting data and representing it appropriately in a bar chart. Follow up activities include extension questions and the resource comes with pre-drawn student tables and a graph help sheet featuring a template graph for further support. The lesson also touches on math skills. Included in the lesson: Engaging starter task Lesson objectives and lesson keywords Intro task: Continuous vs discrete (discontinuous) data in a class Task 1: Collecting data Task 2: Tallying up Task 3: Bar chart drawing with support graph Reflective plenary activity This lesson is ideal for students who have no prior knowledge of data types. The lesson introduces new keywords such as ‘continuous’ and ‘discrete/ discontinuous’ and engages students through linked activities which are fully resourced and come with accompanying answers. The resource is a Powerpoint presentation with an accompanying PDF copy, so the resource can be edited and there is also a print-ready version for included worksheets. Please feel free to ask any further questions before purchasing. *Please note that this lesson may include American spellings
Electrolysis Workbook
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Electrolysis Workbook

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This Electrolysis Study Pack is ideal for high school chemistry students of varying ability and experience. There is a range of activities included with a full set of comprehensive answers. The content covered: Labelling the electrolysis set up (anode, cathode, power supply and electrolyte) Key terms and descriptions (all major key electrolysis words) Electrolysis of copper bromide (information sheet and corresponding question sheet) The electrolysis of salt products (determining products formed at the anode and cathode for various ionic solutions) Aluminum oxide and the importance of cryolite (an infographic on the process with an explanation) Electrolysis of brine (information with handy hints and a question set) Electrolysis mini tasks (bingo card and and quick answer quiz) I use this study pack as a workbook and usually print as a double sided A4 booklet. It is designed to be printed in either black and white, grey scale or colour. There is no further preparation required to use the study pack, simply print and learn! Students can use the study pack as a stand alone approach to electrolysis or to follow up classic electrolysis practicals (aluminum oxide, brine and copper bromide electrolysis).
Cells Game
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Cells Game

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This Cootie Catcher Resource is a fun way to learn about cell structure. Included are questions on: Key parts of plant and animal cells The functions of key parts of plant and animal cells Also Included . . . A ‘how to fold’ instructions sheet A ‘how to play’ instructions sheet It is simple to use and very effective at getting key points across to students. The cootie catcher is also a brilliant form of peer assessment and student interaction as they can test each other on the key points. Please leave your feedback. Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips
History of the Periodic Table Reading Passage
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History of the Periodic Table Reading Passage

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History of the Periodic Table Included in the resource: An informative reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading passage: Includes information on five key scientist of the Periodic Table: Dalton, Dobereiner, Newlands, Mendeleev and Moseley, the dates of their work and a concise summary of their findings. Question sheet: Tiered as recall, explain and apply, the questions follow the reading passage. They challenge what a student has read and how well the information has been processed. Some questions are simple information extraction whilst others require thinking around the topic and explanations. Answer key: Included is a comprehensive set of answers for all questions. Ideal as an independent in-class activity, homework or revision. I have found this resource to be a great activity to introduce the scientists of the Periodic Table to a wide range of students. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing.
Speed Lesson
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Speed Lesson

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By the end of this speed lesson your students should be able to: Describe specific units for speed, distance and time Calculate speed Convert units of distance and time This lesson includes: Structured starter (unit questions) and plenary (reflective) Lesson objectives Student investigation (simple speed tests) Student calculations (triangle style help sheet included) True or false quiz (active show of understanding) Unit conversions Equipment: ramp, stopwatch, meter ruler and an object to roll down the ramp No further preparation is required, just print! The lesson is set up on powerpoint with all resources included within the presentation for easy printing and editing if required. Visit my store for more lessons: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips
Food Chains Game
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Food Chains Game

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This Cootie Catcher Resource is a fun way to learn about food chains. Included are questions on: Key words: Carnivore, herbivore, omnivore, producer, consumer, predator, prey, apex predator and trophic level Examples to represent the keywords with bitesize questions Also Included . . . A ‘how to fold’ instructions sheet A ‘how to play’ instructions sheet It is simple to use and very effective at getting key points across to students. The cootie catcher is also a brilliant form of peer assessment and student interaction as they can test each other on the key points. Please leave your feedback. Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips
Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
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Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

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This atoms, elements, compounds and mixtures quiz is multiple choice and includes 20 questions with a full answer set. Example questions include: Where are the electrons in an atom? What is the positive subatomic particle called? What is it called when two or more different types of atoms bond together? What is it called when there is only one type of atom in a substance? Which of the following is a mixture? It is a great summary resource with fast feedback and quick to mark! Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Rebeccab-Designs
Leaf Structure
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Leaf Structure

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This Leaf Structure Study Pack contains the following activities: Labelling the cross section of a leaf (diagram and keywords given to aid student) Matching keywords to definitions (stoma, guard cell, chloroplast, wax cuticle etc . . .) Understanding the function of the stomata (gases entering and exiting) Learning the adaptations of leaves (questions on surface area, stomata and leaf thickness) A leaf keyword puzzle (a word search with keywords) Full answer set I use this study pack resource as a workbook to guide students through the leaf unit. It is designed to be printed on A4 in either black and white or colour. It is ideal for upper middle school and high school ages. Loved by all! Enjoy. Please leave any feedback! Visit my store for more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Science-House Clip Art: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Morpho-Science https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ashley-Hughes-A-Hughes-Design https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krista-Wallden-Creative-Clips https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Rebeccab-Designs https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Lauren-Szabo https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Marcelles-Kg-Zone
Exothermic and Endothermic Reaction Profile Diagrams Lesson
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Exothermic and Endothermic Reaction Profile Diagrams Lesson

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Exothermic and Endothermic Reaction Profile Diagrams Lesson This full lesson includes a lesson PowerPoint with student activities and tasks included within the document. Answers are also included at each stage for student review. This lesson focuses on exothermic and endothermic reaction profile diagrams: adding labels, comparing diagrams and reflecting on energy change. Follow up activities include key questions as well as examination style questioning to put the lesson objectives into context. Included in the lesson: Starter keyword task Lesson objectives and lesson keywords Exothermic and endothermic reaction profile discussion with student worksheet Follow up activities to consolidate knowledge Key questions Examination style questions Reflective fun plenary activity This lesson is ideal for students who can just define what exothermic and endothermic reactions are, no further detailed prior knowledge is required. The lesson introduces new keywords such as ‘activation energy’ and engages students through linked activities which are fully resourced and come with accompanying answers. The resource is a Powerpoint presentation with an accompanying PDF copy, so the resource can be edited and there is also a print-ready version for included worksheets. Please feel free to ask any further questions before purchasing.
Metals and Non-Metals Reading Passage
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Metals and Non-Metals Reading Passage

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Metals and Non-Metals Reading Passage Included in this resource: An informative reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading passage: Includes information on metal and non-metal positions in the Periodic Table, a discussion on their properties and which ions they form. Student questions: Tiered as recall, explain and compare, the questions follow the reading passage. There is also a comparison table for them to fill out and extract information from the text. Answer key: Includes a comprehensive set of answers covering all questions. This resource is ideal as an in-class activity, homework or an independent revision task. Please feel free to ask any questions before purchasing.
Heart Structure Activity
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Heart Structure Activity

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Heart Structure Reading Passage Included in the resource: A reading passage A student question sheet An answer key Reading Passage: Included is an informative, introductory passage. The passage has key information around the subject and explains key concepts. With detailed descriptions, the passage is very comprehensive. Question Sheet: Tiered as recall, explain and apply, the question sheet follows the reading passage. The recall activity simply requires students to extract information from the text, whilst the explain and apply questions stretch students through developing ideas. Answer Key: A full set of comprehensive answers is included. This is a great introductory resource for students who have no prior knowledge on heart structure including function and blood flow. The resource is editable so you can adjust the resource for your students if required.
Filtration KS3 Whole Lesson
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Filtration KS3 Whole Lesson

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This is a KS3 lesson on Filtration. The lesson involves a simple filtration practical, label the diagram task and differentiated questions. It is based off the Activate 2 scheme of work.