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Plants, Animals and Microbes Full Scheme KS2 KS3
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Plants, Animals and Microbes Full Scheme KS2 KS3

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I have made these resources for use with above average NC boys in a dedicated science lab. A lot of these resources would also be transferable over to KS3 science. Please find all additional power points and handouts attached Please comment so that I may continue to improve them.
Famous Scientist Poster Pack 1
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Famous Scientist Poster Pack 1

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Colourful posters of famous scientists to put around your room to inspire your young scientists. Each poster includes: Name DoB and DoD Speciality Scientists included: Albert Einstein Nikola Tesla Isaac Newton Charles Darwin Leonardo Da Vinvi Richard Feynman Stephen Hawking Patrick Moore Neils Bohr Galileo Galilei Hans Geiger Julius Oppenheimer Watch out for more poster packs soon!
Human Body, Exercise and Nutrition KS2 KS3 SoW
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Human Body, Exercise and Nutrition KS2 KS3 SoW

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This topic covers nutrition, the heart and lungs, healthy diet and exercise and bones and muscles. This course has been designed for above average KS2 students and could also be used effectively with KS3 classes Please comment if you use the resources so that I can keep them updated and amend any mistakes Check my other resources for other KS2/KS3 topics
Famous Scientist Poster Pack 2
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Famous Scientist Poster Pack 2

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Colourful posters of famous scientists to put around your room to inspire your young scientists. Each poster includes: Name DoB and DoD Speciality Scientists included: Marie Curie Robert Hooke Robert Boyle Edward Jenner Alexander Fleming Aristotle Neil Armstrong Neil deGrasse Tyson Nicolaus Copernicus Archimedes Fritz Haber Laika - The first dog in space Watch out for more poster packs soon!
Scientific Enquiry Kitchen Roll Investigation KS2 KS3
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Scientific Enquiry Kitchen Roll Investigation KS2 KS3

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A detailed and editable booklet that takes the classic kitchen roll investigation and provides a structured approach that will guide students through the different stages of researching, planning and carrying out an accurate and reliable investigation. In the investigation students will test the claims of a variety of different kitchen rolls brands either on their strength or absorbency. Students then use free learning (discovery) to design their own tests to gather evidence for these claims. NOTE: The kitchen rolls used for this were purchased from Sainsburys and are easily source able but any 5 different brands will do and can be easily changed in the booklet. Resource includes: Approx 2-3 hours of lesson time 1. Introduction to the investigation 2. Preliminary test and planning guide 3. Advice on graph drawing for both scatter and bar charts 4. General analysis questions as well as directed questions specific to the investigation 5. Success Criteria for scientific skills and self assessment 6. Targets and teacher assessment 7. Glossary I have tried my best to ensure a high quality in this resource but there may be errors I have not seen. If you do encounter any errors then please contact me so that I can fix them and get a corrected copy to you.
Galapagos Islands Food Web Ecosystem ICT Lesson KS2 KS3 KS4
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Galapagos Islands Food Web Ecosystem ICT Lesson KS2 KS3 KS4

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A perfect end to a habitats/ecosystems topic. This is designed as a student led independent ICT activity. Students are given a table of Galapagos Island organisms that they have to use to arrange pictures of the organsisms into a food web. Also included are a series of questions that get progressively harder and get students researching the Galapagos Islands.
Scientific Enquiry Booklet KS2 KS3
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Scientific Enquiry Booklet KS2 KS3

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A guide that introduces basic scientific skills and explains the process of writing a scientific report. This is fairly universal, I use it with year 6 although it could easily be used with KS3.
KS3 Scientific Enquiry Investigation: Friction on Moist and Dry Sand
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KS3 Scientific Enquiry Investigation: Friction on Moist and Dry Sand

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A recent report suggested that the Egyptians found that making the sand moist in front a sled carrying stone blocks reduced friction by up to 50%. Can your students replicate these results in a controlled manner by using trays of sand, wooden sleds and masses? A detailed and editable booklet takes this scenario and provides a structured approach that will guide students through the different stages of researching, planning and carrying out an accurate and reliable investigation. Resource includes: Approx 2-3 hours of lesson time Teacher's Guide with suggestions and how to resource equipment 1. Introduction to the investigation 2. Preliminary test and planning guide 3. Advice on graph drawing for both scatter and bar charts 4. General analysis questions as well as directed questions specific to the investigation 5. Success Criteria for scientific skills and self assessment 6. Targets and teacher assessment 7. Glossary I have tried my best to ensure a high quality in this resource but there may be errors I have not seen. If you do encounter any errors then please contact me so that I can fix them and get a corrected copy to you.