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I have taught science for the last 15 years in secondary schools. I currently work in a school that caters for students that have special educational needs and social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. I like to add to my shop any new resources I have made that have been successful with my own students.

I have taught science for the last 15 years in secondary schools. I currently work in a school that caters for students that have special educational needs and social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. I like to add to my shop any new resources I have made that have been successful with my own students.
Colour by periodic table group
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Colour by periodic table group

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Helpful for SEN or low ability pupils to help them recognise groups and symbols in the periodic table by colouring the picture using the key (colour by periodic table group)
Colour by Periodic Table Period
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Colour by Periodic Table Period

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A science activity to help students navigate their way around the periodic table of elements. The students are to look for the chemical symbol in the diagram and find which period on the periodic table it belongs to, then colour the section accordingly using the colour key. This is a great activity for cover lessons for all abilities or can be used as an end of term treat. It is very useful to help younger chidren or lower ability or special education needs students learn their way around the periodic table and be able to recognise chemical symbols.
Colour by pH Scale
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Colour by pH Scale

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A simple science activity for SEN or lower ability students to learn to recognise the colours of the pH scale. Students look at the pH numbers in the picture and use the correct pH colour to colour each section of the diagram. This simple activity will help students learn the correct pH colour for acids, alkalis and neutral pH.
Colour by Science
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Colour by Science

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A set of fun resources to help students develop their science skills. Activities include finding theirway around the periodic table of elements, group, periods and symbols. Understanding the classification of the Animal Kingdoms vertebrate groups. Memorizing the pH scale and learning basic salt chemistry. All activities include using colour keys to colour sections of a diagram to reveal the hidden image. These resources are ideal as cover lessons or fun end of topic activities / revision activities. The activities are suitable for a range of ages and abilities and are suitable for SEN students
Digestive Enzymes Active site Jigsaw
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Digestive Enzymes Active site Jigsaw

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An activity to help students understand the lock and key theory of enzymes. They have to cut out the shapes that represent Amylase, Protease and Lipase enzymes and find the correct substrate that fits each enzymes active site. They then have to find the products of each reaction and use the word list to name each product correctly. This activity is good to use to check students understanding and progress of learning of digestive enzymes.
Colour by Classification
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Colour by Classification

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Students need to choose which of the five vertebrate groups (mammals, amphibians, birds, reptiles and fish) the animals belong to and colour by following the colour key. This is a simple activity to help students understand the classification system of Animalia. This activity is ideal for SEN students or lower ability groups or for younger learners. It could also be used as a resource for a cover lesson.
I am a red blood cell, where am I in the Circulatory system?
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I am a red blood cell, where am I in the Circulatory system?

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This activity helps students understand the pathway of the circulatory system. Students are to complete a cut and stick activity to match up descriptions of red blood cells to where they are in the circulatory system. This covers the lungs, heart, body cells, and the four major blood vessels of the heart. The students can then use the cards to produce a story board for “The journey of a Red Blood Cell through the Circulatory System”. This activity can be used for higher or lower ability students as higher level students can be challenged to add more detail into their story board.
Virus Invasion
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Virus Invasion

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A worksheet to help students draw a story board of how viruses invade and damage cells.
Color by Periodic Table
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Color by Periodic Table

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This is a fun science activity suitable for various ages and abilities. Color the picture using the color key. This activity is good for students to learn to recognize chemical symbols and groups from the periodic table.
Build a cell - Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
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Build a cell - Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes

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This is an activity which requires students to follow instructions giving information about Prokaryotic cells. Students are to use the information and follow the simple step by step guide to build a prokaryotic cell, then build a Eukaryotic cell.
Colour by Salt
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Colour by Salt

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Use the salt related chemical formula to determine which colour to use for each section of the drawing. This worksheet allows pupils to recognise, nitrate, chloride, phosphate salts as well as metals, metal carbonates and metal oxides from their formulas. This activity will help students learn chemical formula and also aid understanding of chemical reactions used to make salts.