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Food Groups, Nutrition & Food Types - Fully Resourced Lesson KS3
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Food Groups, Nutrition & Food Types - Fully Resourced Lesson KS3

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A comprehensive and enjoyable fully resourced lesson on food groups aimed at not only equipping students with the knowledge to answer exam questions but also with the knowledge to be able to make informed choices about their own diet. The pack also includes an optional virtual experiment on food tests. What’s Covered Carbohydrates provide energy Proteins needed for growth and repair Lipids (fats) provide energy and insulation Minerals needed for a healthy body – examples iron for red blood cells and calcium for teeth and bones Vitamins – enable body to use other nutrients more efficiently – examples Vit A for eyesight, Vit C prevents scurvy, Vit K for blood clotting Roughage (fiber) moves food through the gut. Why roughage helps prevent bowel cancer explained. Importance of water in the diet. Examples of foods containing the five nutrients and roughage. Excess carbohydrates and fats are laid down under the skin. A balanced diet explained. Energy in food and energy needed for activity are measured in kilojoules (kj). Working out the energy in a meal. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut and stick activity. Worksheet (x4) to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains sixteen printable resources as it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Plant and Animal Cells - Structure, Differences and Specialisation Board Game KS3
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Plant and Animal Cells - Structure, Differences and Specialisation Board Game KS3

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This is a challenging, engaging and enjoyable boardgame, for up to six pupils per set, with 54 question cards on the structure and differences between plant and animal cells and cell specialisation. The specialised cells included are: • red blood cells; • root hair cells; • fat cells; • palisade cells; • sperm cells; • egg cells; • nerve cells, • ciliated cells. Included in this Pack • Game board • 54 Question cards with questions of varying difficulty • Teacher answer sheet • Instruction sheet. Preparation • Photocopy game board onto A3 paper or card (Colour and greyscale versions included). • Photocopy question sheets onto paper or card (Colour and greyscale versions included) and cut into question cards. How to Play • Highest score of dice starts • Pupils take turns and work their way around the board following the instructions in the squares. • Certain squares instruct the pupil to take a question card from the face down pile. If correct they move on 2 spaces. • If a player thinks an answer given by an opponent is incorrect they can challenge. If the challenge is correct the challenger moves forward 2 spaces. If the challenge is wrong the challenger moves back two spaces. • In the event of a challenge, pupils are encouraged to consult their books but the teacher has a quick-check answer sheet. Fully resourced and differentiated lessons on these topics are available. Plant and Animal Cells - Structure and Differences KS3 Cell Specialisation KS3 Plant and Animal Cells - Structure, Differences and Specialisation Plant and Animal Cells, Structure and Differences KS3 - Fully Resourced Revision Lesson or Plenary Specialised Cells KS3 - Fully Resourced Revision Lesson or Plenary Plant and Animal Cells KS3 - 42 Question Card Sort Team Game More resources available at my shop Elf Off the Shelf Shop
Back to School/End of Year General Knowledge Quiz 2019 KS3
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Back to School/End of Year General Knowledge Quiz 2019 KS3

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An ideal end-of-term activity or first-day team builder. This activity promotes the concepts of working as a team and individually contributing to the success of a team. It is an 80 question, animated, interactive team quiz with built – in scoreboard for up to seven teams. All questions are pictorial and multiple choice. A wide-range of topical and historical general knowledge is included. As well as asking a question, most slides also provide some interesting snippets about the topic so pupils are expanding their general knowledge as well as enjoying the activity.Topics include: geography history sport nature science astronomy astrology current affairs film art flags of the world famous people famous landmarks Each team will attempt their team round which consists of six general knowledge questions. The answer to each question must be decided by the whole team. If a wrong answer is given, the next question goes to the first hand up and, if correct, that person’s team get to try the rest of the round. After the team round is the individual round. A maximum of 38 questions answered on a first-hand-up basis accruing points for the team. This second round allows flexibility in terms of the time the quiz takes as not all thirty questions have to be attempted. The quiz therefore can last between 30 and 60 minutes. Why not have a look at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Back to School/End of Year Team Building Quiz
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Back to School/End of Year Team Building Quiz

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A fantastic back to school or end of year activity which is ideal for welcoming students back from lockdown and starting to rebuild community. It is a team activity which can easily be undertaken by students while meeting the requirements of social distancing and there is a reminder to so at the beginning of each team round. It is a 61 question, animated, interactive team quiz with built – in scoreboard for up to seven teams. All questions are pictorial and multiple choice. A wide range of general knowledge questions and tasks are included. As well as asking a question, a lot of slides also provide some interesting snippets about the topic so pupils are expanding their general knowledge as well as enjoying the activity. Topics include: geography history nature science music astrology astronomy flags of the world famous people famous landmarks current affairs Team Rounds Each team will attempt their general knowledge team round of three questions. The answer to each question must be decided by the whole team. If a wrong answer is given, the next question goes to the first hand up and, if correct, that person’s team get to try the rest of the round. Each team will also have to solve the clues to identify a well - known phrase or saying. There are four lightning rounds in which team members consult to try to identify a slowly revealed person or landmark. Memory Test – questions on the order and detail of eleven objects which cross the screen then disappear. **Individual Rounds ** Four unscramble and identify rounds which consists of a picture which has been cut up and rearranged. Memory Test – give coordinates of fish which have moved around a pond. Finally, the fifteen - question individual bonus round. This round allows flexibility in terms of the time the quiz takes as not all the questions have to be attempted. The quiz therefore can last between 40 and 50 minutes. Full instructions are given on the PowerPoint itself. Why not have a look at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Forces - 24 Task Cards KS3
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Forces - 24 Task Cards KS3

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Twenty – four task cards on forces including the topics: basic force facts; mass and weight; friction; air resistance; balanced and unbalanced forces. Some cards are more challenging than others and many cards have several related tasks with varying degrees of difficultly. Answers are provided on an animated PowerPoint with one slide per task card so that the answers can also be easily photocopied. This makes self-assessment and peer assessment extremely easy. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Forces Module - Pressure, Moments, Speed & Hooke's Law for KS3
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Forces Module - Pressure, Moments, Speed & Hooke's Law for KS3

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Four action-packed, fully resourced and engaging lessons on forces including: moments pressure speed Hooke’s Law Each lesson has a fully animated PowerPoint and 14 or 15 printables to allow teachers to select resources appropriate to pupil ability and time available. Answers and mark schemes for all worksheets and homework are given on PowerPoints to make self-assessment and peer assessment easier. Each topic comes with detailed learning outcomes and a one-page flow chart lesson plan showing where logical choices between resources can be made. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity - Does the Number of Batteries Affect the Voltage? KS3
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Current Electricity - Does the Number of Batteries Affect the Voltage? KS3

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This pack contains material for two hours lesson time in total to enable the teacher to select and totally bespoke their lesson according to pupil ability, time available for the topic and focus of departmental/school policy. Resources not used in the lesson can be additional homework or used for pre-examination revision. An easy to follow one-page flow chart lesson plan indicates where logical choices between resources can be made and indicates whether each activity includes literacy, oracy or AFL . Objective To know that an electric current is a flow of electrons which pick up energy from the battery. To know that, as batteries are added to a circuit, voltage increases and the lamp gets brighter. To be able to make a prediction and design an experiment and results table to investigate the relationship between the number of batteries and voltage. To be able to draw a bar graph. To be able to calculate the output of n number of batteries from known numbers of batteries, voltages and currents. Resources Animated 17 slide PowerPoint- includes exit ticket /plenary quiz Cut and stick Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It Taboo Cards Worksheet for practical Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template 3 Differentiated homework/classwork worksheets Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint with answers /detailed mark schemes for homework/classwork sheets-pupils of all abilities can self-assess or peer assess. This pack part of an **11 **topic module. Please follow the link below to my shop or the links to other resources in this series. Elf Off the Shelf Shop Links to other resources in this series. Current, Voltage and Resistance - What Are They? Conductors and Insulators Circuits and Symbols Intro to Current Electricity Current Electricity - Everything You Need
Respiration - 4 Game Compendium for KS3
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Respiration - 4 Game Compendium for KS3

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A compendium of four enjoyable and challenging games on cellular respiration, suitable for all abilities. Each game is fully resourced, comes with full instructions and is easy to run. Games Included: Find the Pair Team Game Dominoes 42 Question Board Game Save the School Cat Escape Room This versatile pack can be used to enhance a lesson, for revision or for cover lessons, even when taken by a non-specialist as most come with answers. It is also the ideal end of term/year pack. Prior Knowledge Breathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs. Respiration is the release of energy from glucose. Yeast is a unicellular fungus that undergoes fermentation. Bread, beer and wine are products of fermentation. Respiration happens in the mitochondria of all plant and animal cells. Aerobic respiration uses oxygen to release energy from glucose. Anaerobic respiration does not use oxygen to release energy from glucose and produces lactic acid which causes muscle cramps. Word equations for aerobic respiration and fermentation. Conditions necessary for fermentation. Body is in oxygen debt after anaerobic respiration. Breathing rate remains high after anaerobic respiration until lactic acid has been cleared. More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources More KS3 respiration resources Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson KS3 Respiration - Dominoes Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson Plus Dominoes Game KS3 Respiration - Find the Pair Team Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Team Game Plus Find the Pair Team Game KS3 Respiration - 42 Question Board Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson Plus 42 Question Board Game
Current Electricity - Ohms Law KS3
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Current Electricity - Ohms Law KS3

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This action-packed lesson on Ohms Law is fully resourced and differentiated with 11 activities and 9 learning outcomes Easy to follow instructions are given on the PowerPoint and worksheets so that the lesson practically runs itself. The activities include literacy, group work, peer assessment, self-assessment, pupil response to assessment and feedback to teacher on pupil learning via the exit ticket quiz This pack contains material for two hours lesson time in total to enable the teacher to select resources in order to totally bespoke the lesson according to pupil ability, time available for the topic and focus of departmental/school policy. Resources not used in the lesson can be additional homework or used for pre-examination revision. An easy to follow one-page flow chart lesson plan indicates where logical choices between resources can be made and indicates whether each activity includes literacy, oracy or AFL . Objective • To know that metal ions cause resistance. • To be able to explain why some materials have a high resistance and others a low resistance. • To understand why resistance reduces current. • To understand that collisions between metal ions and electrons releases energy. • To understand that appliances are made using materials with different resistances to produce different effects. • To use Ohms Law to find resistance. Resources Animated 14 slide PowerPoint- includes exit ticket /plenary quiz Cut and stick Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It Taboo Cards Worksheet for practical Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template Differentiated homework/classwork worksheets Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint with answers /detailed mark schemes for homework/classwork sheets-pupils of all abilities can self-assess or peer assess. Elf Off the Shelf Shop Links to other resources in this series. Current, Voltage and Resistance - What Are They? Conductors and Insulators Circuits and Symbols Intro to Current Electricity 1 Intro to Current Electricity 2 Intro to Current Electricity 3 Current Electricity - Everything You Need
Food, Nutrition and Food Tests 42 Question Board Game KS3
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Food, Nutrition and Food Tests 42 Question Board Game KS3

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With 42 question cards on permanent magnets and electromagnets this is an enjoyable and challenging board game for up to six players per set. It is suitable for all abilities. Included in this Pack Game board 42 Question cards with questions of varying difficulty Teacher answer sheet Instruction sheet. Preparation Photocopy Board onto A3 paper or card (Colour and greyscale versions included). Photocopy question sheets onto paper or card (Colour and greyscale versions included) and cut into question cards. How to Play Highest score of dice starts Pupils take turns and work their way around the board following the instructions in the squares. Certain squares indicate that the pupil takes a question card from the face down pile. If correct they move on 2 spaces. If a player thinks an answer given by an opponent is incorrect they can challenge. If the challenge is correct the challenger moves forward 2 spaces. If the challenge is wrong the challenger moves back two spaces. In the event of a challenge, pupils are encouraged to consult their books but the teacher has a quick-check answer sheet. Prior Knowledge Required Carbohydrates provide energy Proteins needed for growth and repair Lipids (fats) provide energy and insulation Minerals needed for a healthy body – examples iron for red blood cells and calcium for teeth and bones Vitamins – enable body to use other nutrients more efficiently – examples Vit A for eyesight, Vit C prevents scurvy, Vit K for blood clotting Roughage (fiber) moves food through the gut. Why roughage helps prevent bowel cancer explained. Importance of water in the diet. Examples of foods containing the five nutrients and roughage. Excess carbohydrates and fats are laid down under the skin. A balanced diet explained. Energy in food and energy needed for activity are measured in kilojoules (kj). Working out the energy in a meal. More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Elements and Compounds Revision Lesson with Quiz KS3
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Elements and Compounds Revision Lesson with Quiz KS3

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Including atoms, molecules, elements, compounds, chemical symbols and formulae and naming compounds, this is a unique diagnostic tool to check understanding and produce a personal review sheet. It can be used after the module has been taught or as a review lesson prior to testing. What is Included 54 Question PowerPoint Answers PowerPoint Student answer sheet Fact Sheet Suggested Lesson Plan Students have some time to review the fact sheet either independently or with teacher. Students use the answer sheet to write down the answers to the questions on the Question PowerPoint Students check their answers against the answer PowerPoint On the fact sheets, students circle the numbers of the questions they got wrong on the answer sheet. This gives them a review list of facts to take away with them. Lots more resources at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity-Current, Voltage and Resistance-What are They? KS3
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Current Electricity-Current, Voltage and Resistance-What are They? KS3

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This action-packed lesson introduces current as a flow of electrons and explains the relationship between current, voltage and resistance using the analogy of a diver using up energy obtained from food and giving off heat as they swim through pipes filled either with water (low resistance) or water and rocks (high resistance). The food as a source of energy is then replaced by the battery, the diver by the electron and the rocks by metal ions. Both scenarios are animated in the PowerPoint. This explanation is then extended to compare the resistance of long, short, thick and thin wires. The practical explores the conditions needed for current to flow in a circuit. Objective To know that current is a flow of electrons through a conductor when they are given energy or pushed by a voltage from the battery. To know and explain how metal ions cause resistance. To know and explain the comparative resistance of wires according to length and thickness. To explain why electrons lose more heat passing through a high resistance conductor. To know the conditions needed for current to flow in a circuit. Resources Animated 17 slide PowerPoint with exit ticket quiz Cut and stick Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It Taboo Cards Worksheet for practical Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template 4 Differentiated homework/classwork worksheets One-page Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint with answers /mark scheme With 14 original, enjoyable and engaging pupil resources and two PowerPoints, this pack is designed to be totally bespoked by the teacher to perfectly match pupil ability, time allowed for the topic and departmental focus. Depending on the resources chosen teaching time can take between 50 minutes and two hours. Resources not used in the lesson can be utilized for homework and pre-exam revision/review. There are 14 differentiated learning outcomes – please see preview. A clear and concise one-page flow-chart lesson suggested lesson plan is included showing the logical places where choices between resources can be made. Instructions for use are clearly explained on each resource. Resources include elements of literacy, oracy, self-assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment which are clearly identified on the flow-chart. Elf Off the Shelf Shop Current Electricity - The Whole Module Current Electricity - Dominoes Current Electricity - Games Compendium
Forces - Speed KS3
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Forces - Speed KS3

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A comprehensive and enjoyable explanation of the relationship between speed, distance and time. What’s Covered Choosing the appropriate units for distance, time and speed. Use of the formula speed = distance/time. Rearrangement of the formula (easily left out if required) Planning an experiment to find speed. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut-and-stick activity pupil uses to make their own notes) Worksheet to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x3) Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains fourteen resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Current Electricity - Conductors and Insulators KS3
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Current Electricity - Conductors and Insulators KS3

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This fully resourced and differentiated lesson explains conductors and insulators in terms of high and low resistance as caused by collisions between electrons and metal ions. It then takes students through designing a circuit to teas a range of materials and a results table. Objective To know that conductors conduct electricity and non-metals do not. To know that metals are conductors and non-metals are insulators. To be able to design a test circuit and results table. To explain why some materials are conductors. . Resources Animated 11 slide PowerPoint- includes exit ticket /plenary quiz Cut and stick Anticipation guide(starter and plenary) Flip It Taboo Cards Worksheet for practical Fact sheet Foldable Fact Share Worksheet Exit ticket template ABC card template 4 Differentiated homework/classwork worksheets Flow chart lesson plan PowerPoint - answers/mark scheme. With 13 original, enjoyable and engaging pupil resources and two PowerPoints, this pack is designed to be totally bespoked by the teacher to perfectly match pupil ability, time allowed for the topic and departmental focus. Depending on the resources chosen teaching time can take between 50 minutes and 2 hours. Resources not used in the lesson can be utilized for homework and pre-exam revision/review. There are 9 differentiated learning outcomes – please see preview. A one-page flow-chart suggested lesson plan is included showing the logical places where choices between resources can be made. Instructions for use are clearly stated on each resource. Resources include elements of literacy, oracy, self-assessment, peer assessment and teacher assessment which are clearly identified on the flow-chart. The animated PowerPoint is the backbone of the lesson. The other is the answer/mark scheme for all assessment material so that self-assessment and peer assessment is extremely easy. Facility is also made for pupils to reflect on their performance. This pack is suitable for schools using interactive notebooks. [Elf Off the Shelf Shop Links to other resources in this series. Current Electricity - Everything You Need Current Electricity - Games Compendium
Forces - Weight and Mass KS3
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Forces - Weight and Mass KS3

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A comprehensive and enjoyable explanation of the relationship between mass and weight. What’s Covered All objects attract each other and that the attraction force depends on the size of the object. The attraction force of planets is called gravity which acts towards the centre. Gravity hold Earth’s atmosphere in place. Mass is the amount of material in a body, is measured in kilograms (Kg) and is independant of position. Weight is the effect of gravity pulling on a mass. Units for gravitational field strength are N/Kg. Applying W = m x g to calculate weight of a body on Earth, the Moon and Jupiter. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut-and-stick activity pupil uses to make their own notes) Worksheet to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x3) Fact share worksheet 12 Taboo cards Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains fifteen resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Forces Revision Lesson for KS3
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Forces Revision Lesson for KS3

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This is a diagnostic tool to check understanding of a forces module of work which includes: definition, units and measurement of forces; mass and weight; friction; air resistance; balanced and unbalanced forces. It can be used after the module has been taught or as a review lesson prior to testing. This lesson is an extremely useful tool to check for understanding which can be used as a final lesson for a module of work on forces or as a revision lesson. What is Included 54 Question PowerPoint Answers PowerPoint Student answer sheet Fact Sheet Suggested Lesson Plan Students have some time to review the fact sheet either independently or with teacher. Students use the answer sheet to write down the answers to the questions on the Question PowerPoint Students check their answers against the answer PowerPoint On the fact sheets, students circle the numbers of the questions they got wrong on the answer sheet. This gives them a review list of facts to take away with them. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Chemistry - Atoms and Molecules Explained KS3
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Chemistry - Atoms and Molecules Explained KS3

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A comprehensive and enjoyable introduction to atoms, molecules, elements, compounds and the periodic table. What’s Covered All atoms of one element are the same but are different from the atoms of other elements. Atoms combine to form molecules. If combining atoms are from the same element, a molecule of an element is formed. If combining atoms are from different element, a molecule of a compound is formed. An element contains only one type of atom A compound contains two or more different types of atom. Elements are listed in the periodic table. Each element has its own symbol. Symbols can be the first letter of the name (capital), two letters from the name (capital then lowercase) or taken from the Latin name of the element. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Worksheet to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x2) Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Periodic table Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains thirteen resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. Although the colour versions of printables are shown here, they have been designed to copy beautifully in black and white. Other resources in this series for KS3 Atoms and Molecules Dominoes KS3 Lots more resources at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Respiration - 42 Question Board Game KS3
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Respiration - 42 Question Board Game KS3

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With 42 question cards this is an enjoyable and challenging board game on cellular respiration for up to six players per set. It is suitable for all abilities. Included in this Pack Game board 42 Question cards with questions of varying difficulty Teacher answer sheet Instruction sheet. Preparation Photocopy Board onto A3 paper or card (Colour and greyscale versions included). Photocopy question sheets onto paper or card (Colour and greyscale versions included) and cut into question cards. How to Play Highest score of dice starts Pupils take turns and work their way around the board following the instructions in the squares. Certain squares indicate that the pupil takes a question card from the face down pile. If correct they move on 2 spaces. If a player thinks an answer given by an opponent is incorrect they can challenge. If the challenge is correct the challenger moves forward 2 spaces. If the challenge is wrong the challenger moves back two spaces. In the event of a challenge, pupils are encouraged to consult their books but the teacher has a quick-check answer sheet. Prior Knowledge Breathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs. Respiration is the release of energy from glucose. Yeast is a unicellular fungus that undergoes fermentation. Bread, beer and wine are products of fermentation. Respiration happens in the mitochondria of all plant and animal cells. Aerobic respiration uses oxygen to release energy from glucose. Anaerobic respiration does not use oxygen to release energy from glucose and produces lactic acid which causes muscle cramps. Word equations for aerobic respiration and fermentation. Conditions necessary for fermentation. Oxygen debt More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources More KS3 respiration resources Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson KS3 Respiration - Dominoes Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson Plus Dominoes Game KS3 Respiration - Find the Pair Team Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Team Game Plus Find the Pair Team Game KS3 Respiration - 42 Question Board Game KS3 Respiration - Fully Resourced Lesson Plus 42 Question Board Game
Light - Reflection in Plane Mirrors KS3-  Fully Resourced Lesson
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Light - Reflection in Plane Mirrors KS3- Fully Resourced Lesson

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What’s Covered Transparent, translucent and opaque materials Luminous and non-luminous objects Labelling the incident and reflected rays, the angles of incidence and reflection, the normal and the point of incidence Virtual experiment to prove i = r Ray diagram showing how the eye sees an image in a plane mirror The image formed in a plane mirror is upright, virtual (appears to be formed behind the mirror) laterally inverted, the same size as the object and as far behind the mirror as the object is in front. Ray diagram showing how the eye sees an image in a periscope Specular and diffuse images What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut and stick activity. Worksheet (x4) to support the PowerPoint Fact sheet Homework Fact share worksheet Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains sixteen printable resources as it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. More high quality resources available here. Elf Off the Shelf Resources
Forces - Moments KS3
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Forces - Moments KS3

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This fully resourced lesson includes an animated PowerPoint which: demonstrates that a force can have a moment about a pivot; shows, and gives examples of a moment which is further from the pivot having a greater turning effect; plans an investigation into moments on both sides of the pivot being equal at equilibrium; demonstrates and provides practice in the equation F1 x d1 = F2 x d2 demonstrates the use of a seesaw to lift a larger load smaller height; introduces the wheelbarrow and tongs as levers. What’s Included Animated PowerPoint for teaching with exit ticket quiz Flip it (pupil writes questions to given answers) Answers PowerPoint for easy self and peer assessment Anticipation Guides (combined starter and plenary) Foldable Cut-and-stick activity pupil uses to make their own notes) Worksheet to support the PowerPoint (X3) Fact sheet Homework plus answers (x3) Fact share worksheet 12 Taboo cards Pupil progress self-assessment checklist Exit Ticket Suggested lesson plan showing choices possible between resources This pack contains 16 resources and it is intended that the teacher uses them to build their own unique lesson to take account of student ability and time available. Literacy, oracy, self-assessment and peer assessment are all built in to the resources. These features are clearly marked on the comprehensive one-page flow chart lesson plan which shows where the logical choices between resources can be made. There are three differentiated and engaging homeworks which can also be used as classwork if so desired. All resources shown in these bundle are also available individually Forces Module 1 - Force, Weight & Mass, Friction, Balanced & Unba Forces Module 2 - Moments, Speed, Pressure & Hooke’s Law The Complete Forces Module ( Module 2 + Module 2) 7 Game Compendium for Module 1 6 Game Compendium for Module 2 Forces - 13 Game Compendium Lots more resources for forces at my shop? Elf Off the Shelf Resources