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Catalysts worksheet KS3 Level
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Catalysts worksheet KS3 Level

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Please note that this should be given after the topic of catalysts has been covered (slightly touches on catalytic converters- if uncovered, it's a great way of getting children to do their own scientific research and learn about the effects of the pollutant gases, and how catalytic converters work). This is a sheet with a bit of a summary on the main points of catalysts and contains questions to get the children to think. Useful analogy about catalysts included.
Light ks3 simple
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Light ks3 simple

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Simple quiz testing pupil's knowledge on light (speed, waves, diagrams etc). Good as homework or starter activity.
Sounds worksheet (KS3)
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Sounds worksheet (KS3)

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A simple quiz to test pupil’s knowledge on their understanding of sound. This covers sound waves, oscilloscope traces and how we hear.
Simple states of matter and elements worksheet
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Simple states of matter and elements worksheet

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This can be used as a general recap for higher KS3/low GCSE students. It should take a few minutes to complete and can be used as a starter for a lesson or even homework. Answer sheet added if students want to self mark, or use for revision.
Keeping Safe Visuals (COVID-19)
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Keeping Safe Visuals (COVID-19)

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Visual reminders for keeping a distance, washing hands often, keeping hands to self etc. which can be displayed on pupils’ desks for easy reference. Visuals have been adapted from Twinkl.
SEND Y6-7 Transition Book
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SEND Y6-7 Transition Book

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This is a transition book I created for an autistic child starting her new school in September. Editable version - you just need to add photos of the student, and their current and new schools.
Light Quiz (KS3 level)
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Light Quiz (KS3 level)

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This resource contains a variety of simple questions on Light. It can be used as a starter activity to activate pupil’s prior knowledge or as homework to consolidate learning.