A double-sided revision placemat covering the topics in AQA C1a Atomic Structure & the Periodic Table.
history of the atom
history of the periodic table
Group 1 and Group 7 properties
A single-sided place mat aimed at foundation tier students studying AQA trilogy.
The worksheet is ideal for revision, covering conservation of mass, sub-atomic particles, relative formula mass and concentration calculations.
Two revision placemats for the AQA Trilogy Chemical Changes topic.
These placemats are aimed at foundation tier students and cover metal extraction, the reactivity series and electrolysis.
They are each one sided so can be combined on 1 A4 sheet.
A worksheet to be used either throughout the lesson, as a plenary for higher classes or for revision. This worksheet covers the evolution of the atmosphere, common atmospheric gases, %'s of gases and the removal of CO2.
The placemat is designed to aid the revision of Foundatino tier students studying AQA Combined Science. It features word fills and simple questions covering the alkanes and alkenes, fractional distillation and cracking.
Planning and question sheet for separating pure salt from rock salt using filtration and evaporation.
Students have to fill in the gaps then number the steps in the method from one to eight.
Once the practical is complete there are questions for them to answer.
A 3 page revision resource explaining how to complete each of the calculations with practice questions to try underneath.
This resources covers:
conservation of mass
relative formula mass
moles (moles = mass / Mr)
using moles to balance equations
concentration calculations (moles = conc x vol & mass = conc x vol)
molar gas equation
A simple revision placemat for lower ability sets covering basic animal and plant cells, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, specialised cells, stem cells and mitosis. Suitable for AQA Combined Science or similar.
A practical worksheet to support lower ability groups for the antacid practical. Students must fill the gaps for the method, state the variables and fill in the results table. Aim of the practical is to find how many spatulas of different antacids it takes to neutralise an acidic solution.