This lesson covers an in depth investigation into electrical power and energy for A level Physics. A set of differentiated question have also been included in the worksheet. Learning objectives: Describe energy and power in electricity. Investigate the heat energy supplied by electrical devices. Calculate power and energy transferred.
A Math Mystery for Christmas using problems on area, shape and fractions to find the correct code to gain each clue. Can you find out which type of cookies were taken from Santa’s workshop and solve the mystery of the cookie culprit? There are 5 clues to solve: 1. Measuring of Length 2. Area of Rectangles 3. Reading Data Tables 4. Fractions of Shapes 5. Data Charts This activity is available for the following years: Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6
A set of 4 revision jigsaws covering the key ideas on: - Energy transfers -Energy and efficiency -Electrical Appliances -Generating Electricity
“Curiouser and curiouser!” Go through an interactive journey with Alice through Wonderland as you show students about planning a science investigation. Find out about forces as Alice falls down the rabbit hole Discover dissolving at the Mad hatter's tea party Read about roses in the Red Queen's garden. Ideas include types of variables, fair testing, safety precautions, choosing a graph, analysing results and improvements. Student worksheets included.
A Maths Mystery for Christmas using problems on map coordinates , metric measurements and fraction conversions to find the correct code to gain each clue. Can you find out which type of cookies were taken from Santa's workshop and solve the mystery of the cookie culprit? There are 5 clues to solve: 1. Metric Units of length 2. Graphing Problems 3. Metric Unit Conversion 4. Using Coordinate Graphs 5. Fractions Decimals and Percentages
As head of Santa’s Toy Testing department your team has been working hard in the weeks leading up to Christmas. To reward your team you’ve made some freshly baked cookies to enjoy on their break. However it seems some of them were taken while everyone was busy. Can you find out which type of cookies were taken and solve the mystery of the cookie culprit? There are 5 clues to solve: 1. Measuring Lengths using Rulers 2. Area of Rectangles 3. Interpreting Pie Charts 4. Categories of Shapes 5. Visual fractions of Shapes This activity is available for the following years: Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6
Maths Mystery The Case of the Red Herring Find out which Arctic Animal has eaten your rare breed of red herring! Find out facts about the animals that live in the North pole and what fish they like for their dinner! Use ideas about shapes and area to solve the clues. 1 Finding Percentages by Using the Fraction Method 2 Match the colour with the 2D shapes of each fish using the identification key. 3 Decimals and percentages 4Greatest common factor 5 Following map directions 6 Find the product of fractions and decimals You can find other levels of this maths mystery here: Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7
A who wants to be a millionaire style spooky halloween quiz! In total there are 8 sets of 4 questions. Require an interactive whiteboard and PPT. The questions are on general science with fully clickable answers for use on interactive smartboards. The science questions covered can be edited to suit your own lesson! For best effect for Halloween use with sound on and the lights down!
Can you solve the mystery of the missing tarts? A plate of tarts has been lost somewhere in Wonderland. Using 6 different math clues and a map to track them down. Who might have eaten them? Covers: Classify Two-dimensional Figures Products of Whole Numbers and Fractions Function and Chart Patterns 3-Step Order of Operations
A Maths Mystery for Christmas using problems on area, shape and fractions to find the correct code to gain each clue. Can you find out which type of cookies were taken from Santa’s workshop and solve the mystery of the cookie culprit? There are 5 clues to solve: 1. Metric Units of length 2. Area and Perimeter 3. Relative Sizes of Measurements following a recipe 4. Lines of Symmetry 5. Fractions Decimals and Percentages This activity is available for the following years: Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 You may also like: The case of the sneaky snowman Year 5
A fun maths focused Bingo Game on 3D Shapes and measurements. Call out the shape description and pattern using the special dice. Can be played as a group activity or in smaller groups . Also includes an I have, who has activity on matching the weight of the parcels in kg and lbs using the scales display. There is also an extension activity using multiplication and percentages on the 12 days of Christmas Covers 3D shapes, measurement and conversion of lbs and kg. Fractions, decimals and percentages. Other bingo activities: Animal Bingo (1-4) Space Bingo (4-7) Antonyms Bingo (1-4) Onomatopoeia Sound Bingo (1-4) Christmas Maths Bingo (3-6)
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A set of 17 worksheets on Unit 4 Fields and Further Mechanics. Both sets of worksheets come with model answers and self assessment sheet.
A fun Christmas game which can be used for practice with maths questions on shapes or basic operations. Depending on the answer students either get a "nice" or "naughty" gift. Comes in colour and black and white versions.
An engaging set of activities focussed on antonyms and synonyms. Includes 40 bingo cards on varied antonym pairs. Also includes an I have who has activity and matching puzzle. Other Bingo Activities: Animal Bingo (1-4) Space Bingo (4-7) Antonyms Bingo (1-4) Onomatopoeia Sound Bingo (1-4) Christmas Maths Bingo (3-6)
This interactive notebook uses cut and stick activities to help your class learn about sound and waves. -Investigate ..the sound waves produced by different musical instruments -Describe .. the loudness and frequency of each musical instrument -Explain.. how a sound is heard by the ear -Apply..data to a chart of the hearing range of different animals -Link.. ideas about light and sound to thunder and lightning
The interactive notebook uses cut and stick activities to help your class learn about different types of insects, arachnids, worms and other bugs. Includes 20 different bug fact cards -Investigate different types of bug -Describe the lifecycle of a butterfly -Explain the special features of some bugs -Apply data to make a pie chart -Link ideas to make a venn diagram
Halloween Math Mystery- The Case of the Grave Robber Grade 5 (US Version) Who has hidden all your Halloween party things? Solve each set of math puzzles to reveal clues that will help you identify who took each item and where it has been hidden. Use your map to find the grid reference from each puzzle. Will you solve the case before the Halloween Party ends? Cover common core standards: Wicked word Problems (5.MD.A.1 Deadly Decimals (5.NBT.7) Vulgar Volume (5.MD.5)
A conceptual based lesson on current and charge focusing on the main misconceptions students come across and everyday applications. This includes a starter on keywords and a review quiz. Objectives: Describe static charge and polarisation. Explain the difference between static charge and current. Calculate the rate of flow of charge This also includes worksheet covering 3 levels of differentiated questions: foundation, exam based and extended.
Maths Mystery The Case of the Pizza Thief Year 5 Can you solve the mystery of who has been taking pizza from your restaurant? There are 6 math clues to solve: 1 Multiplication and factors 2 Measuring Volume and Division 3 Finding area and perimeter for varied shapes 4 Predicting Patterns and Sequences 5 Showing equivalent and simplest fractions 6 Finding missing angles )