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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!
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!
Atoms and Elements Full Scheme of Work KS2 KS3
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Atoms and Elements Full Scheme of Work KS2 KS3

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A comprehensive set of 5 lessons for teaching atoms and elements. A large variety of activities and detailed lesson plans explaining how to use each resource. This scheme has been made for above average students in yr 6 but the material is more than suitable for KS3 science.
Reversible Irreversible Change Full Scheme KS2 KS3
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Reversible Irreversible Change Full Scheme KS2 KS3

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A continuation in the series of year 6 topics. I have designed these for students who are above the average NC level and also have access to a dedicated science lab. A lot of these resources are transferable to KS3. Please check my other resources for a worksheet breakdown along with editable word versions of each task.
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.
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.
Sticky Dot Atom Models
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Sticky Dot Atom Models

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This activity has students creating atoms with red and green sticky dots (find them at any stationers!) and deciphering the numbers found in the periodic table.
Periodic Table Murder Mystery! Atoms and Elements
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Periodic Table Murder Mystery! Atoms and Elements

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A really fun introduction to some common elements and their properties. Mr. Sodium has exploded and three other guests have gone missing at the Periodic Manor House. Can your students match chemical properties to clues in this super sleuth extravaganza! Variable group size with variable difficulty. Min group size: 13 Max group size: 30
Making Molecules
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Making Molecules

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Students receive an atom card and have to make molecules by finding other atoms required to make their molecule. Variable group size from 10 up to 32.
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.
Reversible Irreversible Change Candle Investigation
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Reversible Irreversible Change Candle Investigation

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A full investigation (2-3 hours) into how the size of a beaker affects the time taken for a candle to go out. The investigation is described in detail with: An overview/knowledge sheet for the teacher including extension questions for able students A cheat sheet with everything broken down into distinct scientific areas such as variables, equipment. method, diagram, safety, prediction, results table and comments on accuracy and reliability Expected results and graph Graph scaffold Analysis conclusion breakdown with success criteria for low/middle/high students Note - Please see my free resource under 6zero - Practical Skills for the guide on how to plan a scientific investigation, which this investigation should be used in conjunction with.
Particle Movement Investigation
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Particle Movement Investigation

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How long does it take a smell to travel across a room? Students can find out using this structured worksheet including results tables, graph paper, and conclusion space.
Bill Nye Atoms Worksheet
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Bill Nye Atoms Worksheet

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A series of questions to accompany the Bill Nye Episode on Atoms. Its easy to find the video if you type it into Google!
Alchemy Turning Lead into Gold
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Alchemy Turning Lead into Gold

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A comprehension activity to introduce students to the idea of alchemy and turning one element into another. A great side activity for when studying the periodic table.