Booklet that takes each student through the concentration calculations. Building up to completing a whole titration calculation that is unstructured. There are 38 practice questions, plus the worked examples. The questions are grouped by challenge and includes unit changes as well. Random questions could be used to spot-check whole-class understanding.
Group 7 displacement reaction worksheet adn questions to accompany a displacement reaction practical. Includes answers.
Worksheet to go with the classic chemistry demonstration of the equilibrium of colbalt chloride. Students observe the reaction, make predictions, colour in the test tubes and answer the questions. Can be used with the AQA GCSE chemistry 9-1 C6 topic. Or any other equilibrium lesson.
Revision mats (topic on a page) for the AQA C1 chemistry unit.
A task that can be given to students to research the Haber process. Includes key words and guidance. This task can be set as an easy-to-mark homework or class activity.
For GCSE students studying the development of the periodic table. This activity gets students to sort the elements and use the patterns to predict the properties of the missing element. The instructions are included, but it is recommended that the material is printed on card (different colours), cut out and liminated.
Topic on a page for AQA GCSE chemistry. C1 topic - The periodic table.
Topic overview, review and reflection sheets for the OCR (B) Salters A Level chemistry course (new specification). Includes: Elements of Life, Developing Fuels, Elements from the Sea, Developing Metals, Oceans and Colour by Design. MORE COMING SOON!
Contains diseases, hormonal coordination and nerves quizzes.
GCSE biology only. Tissue culture revision resource. This is a revision mat, covering the stages of tissue culture, uses, benefits, concerns and comparison to animal cloning.
Reactivity of metals (AQA) on a page. Contains areas for key words and processes.
Overview sheet of bonding and structure for each of the four types of structure. Uses key questions to prompt recall of knowledge of this topic.