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Providing high quality professional science resources for KS3, KS4, and KS5.
2.4 Ionic bonding, AQA Chemistry
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2.4 Ionic bonding, AQA Chemistry

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There are four different worksheets, answer sheets, and an information sheet in this ionic bonding resource. I use these resources as the fourth lesson in the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Structure, bonding, and the properties of matter’ topic in paper 1. I recommend using the 2.3 Forming ions resource in advance of this lesson to prepare students for ionic bonding. The differentiated worksheet supports the weaker learners. This resource includes: Information sheet (Ionic bonding) Worksheet 1 (Ionic bonding) Answer sheet 1 (Ionic bonding) Worksheet 2 (Ionic bonding) Answer sheet 2 (Ionic bonding) Worksheet 3 (Ionic bonding) Answer sheet 3 (Ionic bonding) Worksheet differentiated (Ionic bonding) Answer sheet differentiated (Ionic bonding)
Calculating Reacting Masses - Moles Method (GCSE & A Level)
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Calculating Reacting Masses - Moles Method (GCSE & A Level)

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This resource introduces students to calculating reacting masses using the moles method. I use this as part of the AQA Chemistry Quantitative Chemistry topic. The resource comes with an information sheet on reacting masses and accompanying question and answer sheets. The question sheet can be used to do the scale method and also with A Level students.
5.2 Reaction profile diagrams, AQA Chemistry
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5.2 Reaction profile diagrams, AQA Chemistry

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I use this resource on reaction profile diagrams as part of the ‘Energy Changes’ topic in paper 1 of the AQA GCSE Chemistry course. The resource includes information sheets, differentiated worksheets, and answers. NOTE: Sometimes reaction profile diagrams are known as energy profile diagrams.
5.3 Bond Energy Calculations, AQA Chemistry
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5.3 Bond Energy Calculations, AQA Chemistry

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This superb resource on bond energy calculations can be used for all abilities. It includes a more demanding version in which students need to determine the bonds in the reactants and products, and also a support sheet to help those who find it more challenging. The bond energy calculations resource includes the answers and a useful bond energy reference sheet. I use this resource with my Y10 students and they really enjoy it!
Percentage yield and atom economy (GCSE and A Level)
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Percentage yield and atom economy (GCSE and A Level)

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This resource contains information sheets, question sheets and answer sheets for percentage yield and atom economy. I use this resource as part of the AQA GCSE Chemistry Quantitative Chemistry topic in paper 1. It can also be used for A Level chemistry. Students can complete the questions as the main task in a lesson and keep the information sheet as a resource. A level students should find this a comfortable starter.
2.8 Giant Covalent Structures, AQA Chemistry
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2.8 Giant Covalent Structures, AQA Chemistry

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I use this resource on giant covalent structures with my Y9 and Y10 students. The resource is excellent for students learning about the differences between diamond and graphite. The resource also introduces students to the term allotrope and readies them for learning about fullerenes and nano technology. I use the giant covalent resource as part of the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Structure, bonding, and the properties of matter’ topic in paper 1. The resource includes: Information sheet (Giant covalent structures) Information sheet (Diamond v Graphite) Information sheet (Allotropes) Worksheet (Giant covalent structures) Worksheet (Diamond v Graphite) Answer sheet (Giant covalent structures) Answer sheet (Diamond v Graphite)
1.8 History of the periodic table, AQA Chemistry
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1.8 History of the periodic table, AQA Chemistry

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This history of the periodic table resource is the eighth part of the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Atomic structure and the periodic table’ topic in paper 1. I generally get students to use this resource along side a computer so that they can do additional research on the history of the periodic table. Many scientists have contributed to the development of the periodic table. This resource selects just a them to discuss and highlights the ones students need to know for the AQA GCSE Chemistry specification. The resource includes: Information sheet (History of the periodic table) Worksheet (History of the periodic table) The answers can be drawn out of the information sheet. Just make sure the students are aware of the three scientists that they need to know about; Dalton, Newlands and Mendeleev.
4.1 Metal Reactivity Series, AQA Chemistry
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4.1 Metal Reactivity Series, AQA Chemistry

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This resource is what I use as the first lesson of the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Chemical changes’ topic in paper 1. The resource introduces students to using reactions of metals with water and acids in order to determine an order of reactivity. The metal reactivity series resource works well alongside a teacher demo and student practical. The resource includes: Information sheet (Reactivity series) Worksheet (Reactivity series) Answer sheet (Reactivity series)
2.9 Fullerenes and Graphene, AQA Chemistry
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2.9 Fullerenes and Graphene, AQA Chemistry

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I use this resource on fullerenes and graphene as a back up in case of IT failures. This is normally a great lesson or homework for students to do some of their own research. It is such a new part of science that the applications of the technology are changing all the time. The fullerenes and graphene resource links in with the previous covalent bonding resources in the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Structure, bonding, and the properties of matter’ topic in paper 1. The resource includes: Information sheet (Fullerenes and graphene) Worksheet (Fullerenes and graphene) Answer sheet (Fullerenes and graphene)
Concentration Of Solutions (KS3, GCSE, & A Level)
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Concentration Of Solutions (KS3, GCSE, & A Level)

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This resource on concentration of solutions takes students through the definition of solvent, solute and solution, and then demonstrates how to calculate the concentration of a solution. The resource contains an information sheet with accompanying question and answer sheets. I use the resource with more able KS3 students but mainly with GCSE students. I use the resource as part of the AQA GCSE Chemistry Quantitative Chemistry topic.
6 Mark Question - Electrolysis - AQA Chemistry
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6 Mark Question - Electrolysis - AQA Chemistry

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This resource contains three six mark questions. Each question is in s separate document and has associated answers with examiners guidance. This is a great resource for revising the electrolysis part of the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Chemical Changes’ topic in paper 1. The electrolysis 6 mark questions resource includes: Electrolysis 1 (Aluminium oxide electrolysis) Electrolysis 2 (Electrolysis of brine) Electrolysis 3 (Evaluation of two different electrolysis cells)
AQA GCSE Energy Changes bundle
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AQA GCSE Energy Changes bundle

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This bundle contains everything you need to AQA GCSE Chemistry (Trilogy) Topic 5 - Energy Changes. Differentiated resources with answers.
Naming Compounds GCSE and KS3 Chemistry
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Naming Compounds GCSE and KS3 Chemistry

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This resources contains an information sheet on explaining how simple compounds are named. The accompanying worksheet asks students to name compounds formed from combinations of elements and also to identify the elements in a compound. The naming compounds worksheet also asks students to name some chemical formulae with their common name. An answer sheet is included.
Changes of state and particle model (KS3 & GCSE)
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Changes of state and particle model (KS3 & GCSE)

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The changes of state and particle model worksheet is a great memory retrieval or revision resource to be used with KS3 and GCSE level students. The resource comes in three levels of difficulty complete with answer sheet. This could be used as a starter for more able students or a research task for lower ability.
1.3 Separation techniques, AQA Chemistry
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1.3 Separation techniques, AQA Chemistry

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I use this separation techniques resource as the third lesson of the AQA GCSE Chemistry ‘Atomic structure and the periodic table’ topic in paper 1. The resource has several worksheets to suit all abilities. The resource contains: Information sheet (Filtration) Worksheet (Filtration) Worksheet - differentiated (Filtration) Answer sheet (Filtration) Information sheet (Crystallisation) Worksheet (Crystallisation) Answer sheet (Crystallisation) Information sheet (Distillation) Worksheet (Distillation) Worksheet - differentiated (Distillation) Answer sheet (Distillation) Worksheet (Fractional distillation) Answer sheet (Fractional distillation) Information sheet (Chromatography) Worksheet (Chromatography) Answer sheet (Chromatography)
Making a Salt - Required Practical - AQA Chemistry
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Making a Salt - Required Practical - AQA Chemistry

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This bumper resource is full of everything you need to help your students understand the first required practical in the AQA GCSE Chemistry course. I use this with my Y10 students to help them make connections between the chemical changes topic and the making a salt required practical. The resource can be printed as a booklet or as individual resources. Included in the resource is: What is a salt (Information sheet) Naming Apparatus (Worksheet) Generic how to make a salt (Information sheet) Method tick sheet (Preparing copper sulfate crystals) Method questions (Worksheet) Exam question x 4
Balancing Equations Differentiated (KS3 & GCSE)
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Balancing Equations Differentiated (KS3 & GCSE)

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This balancing equations differentiated resource is great as a starter for more able students or the main activity for another lesson. The resource contains a balancing equations information sheet for students to keep as a reference. In addition there are three different balancing equations worksheets that allow students to try balancing equations with 3, 4, 5, or 6 different elements. Complete with answer sheet.
Annotated Periodic Table, AQA Chemistry
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Annotated Periodic Table, AQA Chemistry

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I use this annotated AQA GCSE Periodic Table for my Y10 and Y11 students. There is a large space on the periodic table where students can put their name so they don’t lose it. I usually laminate the resource with the student’s name printed on it. The students have it as a reference for the entire GCSE course. Early on in the GCSE Chemistry course I allow students to use the annotated copy during assessments. Later in the course I make sure students are using the unannotated copy provided by AQA. Please remember this is an annotated copy of the AQA GCSE Chemistry periodic table, it is not the same as what students are allowed to use during exams.
2.11 Alloys, AQA Chemistry
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2.11 Alloys, AQA Chemistry

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This resource is a straight forward reference sheet on alloys. I tend to use this resource as a support sheet for students when they are doing some independent research.