# Physics & Science Resources

Here you will find a range of PowerPoint presentations, student notes, worksheets and research materials for students from Key Stage 2 up to Key Stage 5 for Science, Maths and Physics.

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Here you will find a range of PowerPoint presentations, student notes, worksheets and research materials for students from Key Stage 2 up to Key Stage 5 for Science, Maths and Physics.

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Here you will find a range of PowerPoint presentations, student notes, worksheets and research materials for students from Key Stage 2 up to Key Stage 5 for Science, Maths and Physics.

Designed for CCEA's A Level Physics specification, this worksheet of questions is designed for students to improve their graph work for data analysis and experimental analysis. Questions include:
* comparing equations to the equation for a straight line y = mx + c, determining the gradient and y intercept
* taking logs of equations before linking to y = mx + c
* using data provided to take logs of an equation and decide upon correct axes for a graph, with a view to finding the numerical value of a constant

These two worksheets are designed for Key Stage 3 students (Years 7 & 8).
They include a worksheet with questions on drawing force diagrams and a general forces homework/question sheet.

Short worksheets of questions designed to test knowledge of how measurements are taken in Physics e.g. volume, time, length. These can be used for Key Stages 2 or 3.

Designed for GCSE Physics students, this card sort is a matching activity for combinations of resistors. Cards contain 24 different combinations of resistors in series and parallel for students to match up with the correct answers. This can be used as a starter, plenary or within the lesson itself as an alternative, or introduction to calculations involving resistors. The full set could be used with small groups, or a set could be split with a smaller number of cards available for individual students. There is also the opportunity to differentiate for higher and lower ability students.

Designed for Key Stage 3 and 4 Physics students, this worksheet includes results for an experiment to investigate the relationship between mass and weight. This also includes questions for plotting a graph of the results.

Designed for CCEA’s A Level Physics specification, these hexagons are a great tool for revision purposes, as a starter or plenary, a group or individual exercise and can be tailored to suit the students and content.
Topics include:
Gravitational fields
Magnetic fields
Electric fields & capacitors
Fundamental particles
Particle accelerators
Over 90 hexagons included with a few extra blanks for students/teachers to add their own ideas.

Designed for GCSE Physics, these dominoes contain key terms in Nuclear Physics and can be used for a starter, plenary or as part of a revision exercise. Ideal for small groups or individual students. 4 differently coloured sets of 24 dominoes for easy sorting at the end of the day!

These resources are ideal for allowing students to test their knowledge of total resistance in series and parallel circuits.
I printed the network diagrams on card and gave each pair a set. With the correct answers, I wrote a letter on the back of each card which would make a Physics term or terms (e.g. longitudinal). Incorrect answers had random letters written on the back, then all coloured cards were stuck in various locations around the room, to make a treasure hunt. For my Year 12 GCSE students (medium to high ability) this activity took 10-15 minutes and was great for revision.
The Word document includes instructions which can be given to the pairs/groups with their network diagram cards.

This PowerPoint presentation and accompanying notes are designed for CCEA's GCSE Single Award Science (Physics) specification and include the use of radio and microwaves for communications, a brief discussion on the hazards of microwave radiation and alternatives.

Designed for CCEA's Single Award Science (Physics) specification, this PowerPoint presentation and supporting notes include information, questions and cloze exercises on the following areas of radioactivity / nuclear physics:
* radioactive decay & types of radiation
* background radiation
* half-life
* uses & dangers of radiation

Designed for CCEA’s GCSE Science specifications, these hexagons are a great tool for revision purposes, as a starter or plenary, a group or individual exercise and can be tailored to suit the students and content. Topics include geocentric & heliocentric models, the solar system and Universe, stars, satellites and earthquakes. Over 50 hexagons included with a few extra blanks for students/teachers to add their own ideas.

Designed for CCEA's Single Award Science (Physics) specification, these notes included information, cloze exercises and questions on the following areas:
* transverse & longitudinal waves
* wave properties and the wave equation
* measuring the speed of sound
* echoes & ultrasound
* the electromagnetic spectrum

Designed for use with Key Stage 3 and 4, these revision hexagons can be laminated and cut to provide a revision activity, either for individuals or groups. Hexagons contain terms on energy types, resources and other key terms from this topic.

Designed for use with Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, this activity includes over 50 hexagons on waves, their properties, the electromagnetic spectrum and its uses and dangers. There are also some blank hexagons for use by staff or students.
This activity is great for both individual students and groups to revise a topic, as a plenary to introduce a topic and assess current knowledge or as a method for structuring extended answers. It allows students to not only recall information, but also to see links within the topic.

Designed for GCSE students studying Electrostatics in Physics, these two resources include explanations of how static electricity occurs, some simple experiments to demonstrate static electricity in action and discussion on the dangers of statics.
The worksheet of questions includes a mark scheme.

Designed as an introduction to measurements in Science, this PowerPoint begins by familiarising students with length, the units and instruments used to measure it. There are some activities described such as measuring lengths of objects and how to measure the thickness of a piece of paper.
This is designed for students in their first year (7) of post-primary education, but could also be used with those in the later stages of primary school.

These presentations are designed for Key Stage 3 students learning about current in electrical circuits.
Circuits includes a recap of circuit symbols and an investigation on how the arrangement of a circuit will affect the brightness of a bulb.
Investigating Resistance has the instructions for investigating the relationship between length of a wire and its resistance. There is also a slide on variable resistors.

Designed for Key Stage 3 Physics students, this presentation discusses the differences between series and parallel circuits, uses the analogy of a supermarket lorry delivering stock to explain voltage and an opportunity for students to investigate current in series and parallel.

Designed for Key Stage 3 Maths and Physics students, this worksheet includes a brief introduction/recap of the equation to calculate volume of a solid, some standard questions and finishes with extension questions for higher ability students which challenge both their mathematical and problem solving skills.

This presentation is designed to be a brief introduction to the topic of Energy for Key Stage 3 pupils. It includes a discussion on the types of energy, where they come from and the different resources.