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Teaching is a busy business. Sometimes we just don't have the time to create the activities that we want. I try to create resources that are of a high quality and are immediately usable. All feedback is welcome.

Teaching is a busy business. Sometimes we just don't have the time to create the activities that we want. I try to create resources that are of a high quality and are immediately usable. All feedback is welcome.
Sampling (in the classroom)
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Sampling (in the classroom)

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Teaching sampling techniques can be difficult if you are unable to get out of the classroom. This activity allows you to investigate sampling by randomly selecting areas on the grid. Please leave your feedback!
Stuck for Cover - Environment and Food Webs
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Stuck for Cover - Environment and Food Webs

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Teaching is the only career where it is easier to go in to work when you are ill compared to setting the work for a cover lesson. These differentiated A3 sheets are topic based and self contained. They are based on a number of different puzzle tasks to help keep students engaged. The answer sheet allows students to mark each part of the sheet and make corrections in green pen (or whatever colour students use for corrections within your school.) The result is an easy task for the supply teacher to operate, a piece of work that is engaging and supportive of the subject area being delivered and an opportunity for self assessment. Please leave your feedback!
Stuck for Cover - The skeletal system
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Stuck for Cover - The skeletal system

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Teaching is the only career where it is easier to go in to work when you are ill compared to setting the work for a cover lesson. These differentiated A3 sheets are topic based and self contained. They are based on a number of different puzzle tasks to help keep students engaged. The answer sheet allows students to mark each part of the sheet and make corrections in green pen (or whatever colour students use for corrections within your school.) The result is an easy task for the supply teacher to operate, a piece of work that is engaging and supportive of the subject area being delivered and an opportunity for self assessment. Please leave your feedback!
Colour by Element
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Colour by Element

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Based on the idea of Colour by Number, Colour by Element asks students to identify which group different elements belong to and increases their familiarity with the Periodic Table. Please leave your feedback!
The influence of the media
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The influence of the media

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4 PowerPoint files relating to how the media influences society with regards to opinion and body image. Used as part of a PSHE programme within school.
The Development of Medicinal Drugs
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The Development of Medicinal Drugs

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An activity sheet to cover all the aspects of the development of medicinal drugs. Different activities focus on drugs from plants, definitions of toxicity, efficacy and dose. A game activity to describe the process of drug development, a cryptogram explaining double blind tests and the placebo effect and questioning relating to peer review. Please leave your feedback!
Stuck for Cover - Radioactivity
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Stuck for Cover - Radioactivity

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Teaching is the only career where it is easier to go in to work when you are ill compared to setting the work for a cover lesson. These differentiated A3 sheets are topic based and self contained. They are based on a number of different puzzle tasks to help keep students engaged. The answer sheet allows students to mark each part of the sheet and make corrections in green pen (or whatever colour students use for corrections within your school.) The result is an easy task for the supply teacher to operate, a piece of work that is engaging and supportive of the subject area being delivered and an opportunity for self assessment. Please leave your feedback!
Name the Elements
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Name the Elements

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As a starter/plenary or you need to quickly fill a display board before that Ofsted visit; here are 18 dingbats/rebus puzzles to identify the elements.
Stuck for cover - Science
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Stuck for cover - Science

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Two self-contained activity sheets to be used for cover. The first is based on the Avengers and the real world science that relates to it. The second is based on the life and work of Albert Einstein. Please leave your feedback!
Stuck for Cover - Homeostasis
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Stuck for Cover - Homeostasis

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Teaching is the only career where it is easier to go in to work when you are ill compared to setting the work for a cover lesson. These differentiated A3 sheets are topic based and self contained. They are based on a number of different puzzle tasks to help keep students engaged. The answer sheet allows students to mark each part of the sheet and make corrections in green pen (or whatever colour students use for corrections within your school.) The result is an easy task for the supply teacher to operate, a piece of work that is engaging and supportive of the subject area being delivered and an opportunity for self assessment. Please leave your feedback!
Accepting the unacceptable
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Accepting the unacceptable

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This short, animated PowerPoint is to illustrate that, sometimes we do not notice unacceptable behavior because it is the norm and we do not recognise the situation as being inappropriate. The PowerPoint allows the speaker to then expand and use ideas relating to racism, sexism or other issues that are accepted in society but actually not appropriate
Science cover lessons
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Science cover lessons

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5 different sets of worksheets with answer sheets that are self contained and will keep a class actively learning. Topics cover Circulation, Environment, Homeostasis, Radioactivity and the Skeletal system.
Colour by Ion
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Colour by Ion

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Following on from Colour by Element, we now have Colour by Ion! Based on the idea of Colour by Number, Colour by Ion asks students to identify what ions are formed by different elements increasing their familiarity with ions.
Using proportions
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Using proportions

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A worksheet that uses exchange rates to embed the idea of proportions and ratio. The graph drawing task then allows you to introduce ‘directly proportional’.