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Deep Cells *suitable for home teaching*

Produced by the London Gifted & Talented, this is a web-based resource that allows students to learn about cells, cell structure and cell function. The resource aims to help students understand that the survival of all cells depends on energy, and the linked processes of respiration and nutrition. It aims to...

ChemWars *suitable for home teaching*

Let battle commence! An interactive activity from the Association for Science Education (ASE), where students use video clips of displacement reactions together with animations to investigate the Reactivity Series for metals.

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Particle Theory *suitable for home teaching*

These downloadable videos and animations are part of the multimedia package Stuff and Substance, developed by the Gatsby Science Enhancement Programme (SEP). They can be used to introduce a particle model to explain why a substance can exist in both the solid and liquid states and why different substances have...

Interactive Periodic Table

Produced by ABPI this interactive game allows students to explore trends in the properties and behaviour of different elements, and develop their understanding of the patterns of the Periodic Table.

Evidence for Particles

This unit of learning material from the National Learning Network Materials' Chemistry collection investigates the particle nature of matter. Illustrations and animations explain how all matter is made up of particles and illustrates this with examples of diffusion and dilution. The files to install this...

Body Builder

An interactive body builder from the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) provides a fact file on the location and function of several bones and organs of the human body. Associated worksheets are provided for students to record key information.

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Standard Form Calculator

This animation from Subtangent provides the facility for students to convert very large or very small numbers to and from standard form notation. Examples of converting ordinary numbers into standard form notation are given and include negative index terms.

Interpreting Distance-Time Graphs with a Computer A5

In this DfE Standards Unit resource, students interpret linear and non-linear distance-time graphs using the computer programme Traffic. This program provides a simple yet powerful way of helping learners to visualise distance–time graphs from first principles. The program generates situations involving...

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