A variety of topics covered including acids and bases, atoms and moles, electron structure and bonding and much much more. Detailed, easy to understand and well worth the money! A mini revision guide that only covers the must know information. Useful for a variety of specifications. A great alternative to other revision guides (cheaper too). Part 1 of 5
Colourful and simple, this resource includes lattice enthalpy, born-haber cycles and enthalpies of solution. Important points are highlighted and diagrams are used to illustrate the concepts explained. This resource can be used as revision notes or as a summary.
4 different resources: DNA structure-activity sheet with notes, asexual and sexual reproduction powerpoint, nucleotides and nucleic acids card sort and genes, chromosomes and DNA starter activity. An all in one genetics pack.
Includes Chargaff's ratio, works of Watson and Crick, Franklin and Wilkins. Activities with text to help to better understand the topic. Clear and good as a starter exercise, homework, research task etc. on DNA.
Useful as a starter or for general revision. Cut out and sort cards to their corresponding definitions. Can be sued to play being, hangman etc. Includes 35 key terms with their corresponding definitions. Answer sheet also included.
Understand and answer those tricky questions on translocation. Written in a question and answer style. Answers are clear and contain only the need to know information. Pictures and diagrams used to aid in understanding this tricky topic.
A glossary sheet that covers singular nouns, plural nouns, adjectives, structure and functions of 25 organelles and cell key terms: undulipodia, rough endoplasmic reticulum, nucleolus, lysosomes, plasma membrane, plasmodesmata and much more.
The sheet can be used as a starter or as revision. A fun fill in the gaps activity. Includes separate answer sheet.
A 6 page useful resource to show a practical way of finding the rate of respiration. The experiment usesSaccharomyces cerevisiae (baker's yeast). It can also be used to show how to write up a scientific paper. Includes an introduction, background, method, risk assessment, results, photos of the experiment, conclusion, evaluation and references.
8 pages of question and answer style notes. Includes a number of topics including: cytoskeleton, proteins, details of cell organelles e.g. mitochondria, centrioles, ribosomes etc, eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells and much much more. All you need for those must answer questions.
A perfect resource for those struggling to understand the maths behind science! Includes 26 colourful and clear slides which can be printed out and used as flashcards, posters as well as a powerpoint (downloaded as powerpoint presentation) Includes basics e.g. significant figures, intermediate e.g. histograms and high end level maths and statistics e.g. standard deviation. Guaranteed to help you! Appropriate for KS2 onwards.
A great resource for A level students on Decision maths. Specifically for AQA but can be used for all other exam boards as well. Provides quick, easy to understand information for the topics. Has many uses including as flashcards, posters, powerpoint presentation for revision and introduction of decision topics. A great and very helpful resource
A great question and answer style resource perfect for any specification. Includes a number of topics within the subject including definitions of atomic number nad mass number. A number of models are covered including Bohr's model, Thomson's model, the greek atom theory and Dalton's model. A great, easy to use resource to understand and learn chemistry!