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This 13 page booklet allows students to investigate how sport and Geography are linked. They look at why football is so popular, how its links us globally, child labour, shanty towns and whether or not the students think it was right for Brazil to host the 2014 world cup
This 16 page booklet allows students to learn how to carry out different Geographical fieldwork techniques before using them in coursework or class investigations. Techniques include:
This 12 page booklet looks primarily at the rainforest and covers how plants adapt to their environments, food webs, the water cycle, how humans us the rainforest and how it can be sustainable. Tasks include wordsearchs, word fills, match ups, comprehension and writing a report
This 11 page booklet looks at fossil fuels and a world without energy. It looks at hoe fossil fuels have damaged the environment and whether there is an alternative
This 35 page booklet has lots of different types of activities for children to learn about the difference between weather and climate, hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, flooding, drought and climate change
This booklet allows students to independently investigate climate change and how we can help by looking at the greenhouse effect, their carbon footprint and producing an action plan for practical change
2 simple card games utilizing the first 54 elements of the periodic table in playing card form to teach students the organisation of the periodic table into groups and periods.
Calculations involving Snell's Law can often give pupils problems in exams. This is a set of 4 Question Sheets of 20 questions per sheet (with answers supplied on a separate page) that will allow your pupils to practice such calculations in variety of scenarios at the boundary between a varied selection of materials.
The sheets are formatted with tight spacing to reduce copying costs but can easily be edited to any desired format.
Impulse and force calculation worksheet with answers (GCSE Physics)
Domino sets 1, 2 & 3 together! Brilliant for collaborative learning! Here's a versatile resource that allows you to print a number of domino style cards on topics to do with the skeletal system. Have your students work together in small groups in order to complete the domino circle. Then check their answers and understanding by projecting the power point dominoes onto the whiteboard.
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