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I provide Science resources (Chemistry, Physics and Biology) for the age range of 10-14. Focused on an introduction to various topics. My booklets can be easily printed off to be given to the class as a workbook for that topic. With the guidance of the class teacher this becomes at complete set of notes for that topic.

I provide Science resources (Chemistry, Physics and Biology) for the age range of 10-14. Focused on an introduction to various topics. My booklets can be easily printed off to be given to the class as a workbook for that topic. With the guidance of the class teacher this becomes at complete set of notes for that topic.
Sound and Hearing - Complete Topic KS3
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Sound and Hearing - Complete Topic KS3

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work. This topic covers sound generation, waves and the structure of the ear.
Atoms and Elements  - complete KS3 topic
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Atoms and Elements - complete KS3 topic

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work.
Forces and their Effects - Complete KS3 Unit
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Forces and their Effects - Complete KS3 Unit

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work.
Atomic Structure - Complete KS 3 topic  (supports Boardworks)
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Atomic Structure - Complete KS 3 topic (supports Boardworks)

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This is a booklet that supports the Boardworks 2007 PowerPoint on Atomic Structure. It is suitable for Key Stage 3 and intro to Key stage 4. Student can follow the boardworks PowerPoint and fill in the booklet as they go. In addition they can go through the booklet with the class teacher and carry out the tasks and have a complete study guide by the end of the unit.
Metals and their Reactivity - Complete KS3 Unit
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Metals and their Reactivity - Complete KS3 Unit

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This Powerpoint presentation is designed to be printed off and students complete the exercises. The topic is metals and their reactivity this include: reactions of metals with oxygen, with water, with acids; the reactivity series and also information about rusting. By the end of the topic the student will have a complete set of notes on this topic.
Biology - Relationships in an ecosystem - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Relationships in an ecosystem - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers Relationships in an ecosystem • the interdependence of organisms in an ecosystem, including food webs and insect pollinated crops • the importance of plant reproduction through insect pollination in human food security • how organisms affect, and are affected by, their environment, including the accumulation of toxic materials This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.
Biology - Inheritance, chromosomes, DNA and genes  - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Inheritance, chromosomes, DNA and genes - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers • heredity as the process by which genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next • a simple model of chromosomes, genes and DNA in heredity, including the part played by Watson, Crick, Wilkins and Franklin in the development of the DNA model • differences between species • the variation between individuals within a species being continuous or discontinuous, to include measurement and graphical representation of variation • the variation between species and between individuals of the same species meaning some organisms compete more successfully, which can drive natural selection • changes in the environment which may leave individuals within a species, and some entire species, less well adapted to compete successfully and reproduce, which in turn may lead to extinction • the importance of maintaining biodiversity and the use of gene banks to preserve hereditary material This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.
Respiration and circulation - complete KS3 topic
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Respiration and circulation - complete KS3 topic

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work. This topic covers breathing systems (respiration).
Mixtures and Solutions - complete KS3 topic
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Mixtures and Solutions - complete KS3 topic

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work. This topic covers what is a mixture and how separation techniques are sused as well as solutions.
Key Stage 3 Chemistry
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Key Stage 3 Chemistry

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This group of seven resources is designed to support teachers of 11-14 year olds on their introduction to Chemistry (Key stage 3). The Powerpoints are made to be printed off and given out as booklets to the class, as they fill them in with the aid of the teacher they should have a complete set of notes for the topic by the end of the course. In addition they can be used in conjunction with Boardworks Powerpoints but this is not essential as they can be used without any other support.
Electricity and Static - Complete KS3 Unit
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Electricity and Static - Complete KS3 Unit

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work. The booklet is for the topic of electricity and includes , current, voltage, series and parallel circuits. There is also an introduction to static electricity.
Speed Booklet - Complete Key stage 3 Unit
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Speed Booklet - Complete Key stage 3 Unit

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work. The topic covers speed calculation and graphs.
Compounds Complete KS 3 topic (supports Boardworks)
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Compounds Complete KS 3 topic (supports Boardworks)

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A booklet that is linked to the 2008 Boardworks PowerPoint - Compounds. Pupils complete the booklet as the class works through the PowerPoint. Without any other resources the teacher can take the students through the topic and complete the exercises, resulting in a complete set of notes by the end of the topic.
Biology - Gas exchange - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Gas exchange - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers: Gas exchange systems • the structure and functions of the gas exchange system in humans, including adaptations to function • the mechanism of breathing to move air in and out of the lungs, using a pressure model to explain the movement of gases, including simple measurements of lung volume • the impact of exercise, asthma and smoking on the human gas exchange system • the role of leaf stomata in gas exchange in plants This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.
Biology - Photosynthesis - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Photosynthesis - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers Photosynthesis • the reactants in, and products of, photosynthesis, and a word summary for photosynthesis • the dependence of almost all life on Earth on the ability of photosynthetic organisms, such as plants and algae, to use sunlight in photosynthesis to build organic molecules that are an essential energy store and to maintain levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere • the adaptations of leaves for photosynthesis This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.
Biology - Cellular Respiration - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Cellular Respiration - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers Cellular respiration • aerobic and anaerobic respiration in living organisms, including the breakdown of organic molecules to enable all the other chemical processes necessary for life • a word summary for aerobic respiration • the process of anaerobic respiration in humans and micro-organisms, including fermentation, and a word summary for anaerobic respiration • the differences between aerobic and anaerobic respiration in terms of the reactants, the products formed and the implications for the organism This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.
Biology - Cells and organisation - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Cells and organisation - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers: Cells and organisation • cells as the fundamental unit of living organisms, including how to observe, interpret and record cell structure using a light microscope • the functions of the cell wall, cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus, vacuole, mitochondria and chloroplasts • the similarities and differences between plant and animal cells • the role of diffusion in the movement of materials in and between cells • the structural adaptations of some unicellular organisms • the hierarchical organisation of multicellular organisms: from cells to tissues to organs to systems to organisms This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.
Light - Complete KS 3 Topic
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Light - Complete KS 3 Topic

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These resources have been created to aid both teachers and parents teach younger children from 11 to 14. They have been designed to give a basic introduction to a range to topics in junior Science. Each resource takes the form of a booklet to be printed out and completed by the student. It has been produced in black and white to aid reproduction of numerous copies. The booklets consist of a title page, learning intentions and key words page and then a series of tasks to teach the subject. The booklets would make an excellent introduction to most Physics, Chemistry and Biology topics studied while in secondary/high school. In addition, home schooled children could be guided through these resources with just basic specialist knowledge. Each booklet comes with a completed “teacher copy” with all tasks filled in so that the teacher can ensure that all learners are consistent with their work. This topic covers light, reflection and refraction as well as dispersion and mixing colours
Biology - Nutrition and digestion  - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit
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Biology - Nutrition and digestion - Complete Science Key Stage 3 Unit

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This pdf covers: Nutrition and digestion • the content of a healthy human diet: carbohydrates, lipids (fats and oils), proteins, vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre and water, and why each is needed • calculations of energy requirements in a healthy daily diet • the consequences of imbalances in the diet, including obesity, starvation and deficiency diseases • the tissues and organs of the human digestive system, including adaptations to function and how the digestive system digests food (enzymes simply as biological catalysts) • the importance of bacteria in the human digestive system • plants making carbohydrates in their leaves by photosynthesis and gaining mineral nutrients and water from the soil via their roots This booklet is designed to be printed off and given to students to work through - included is a second teacher copy with all the activities completed. By the end of the unit student will have a complete set of notes for the topic.