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Science Worksheets (KS3/Checkpoint 3)

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A series of free Science Lessons for 7th Grade and 8th Grade, KS3 and Checkpoint Science in preparation for GCSE and IGCSE Science.


Stomata Photosynthesis Transpiration
Reproduction in flowering plants
Flower and Fertilisation Insect Pollination Wind Pollination Fruit and Seed Dispersal
Adapting to a habitat
Investigate a Habitat Animal Adaptations

Food Webs Ecology - Populations
Human influences on the environment
Air and Water Pollution Pesticides
Classification and variation
Classification - Keys Chromosomes
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The Structure of the Atom
Atomic Structure Burn Magnesium
The Periodic Table
Periodic Table Alkali Metals Alkaline Earth Metals
Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions Combustion (Burning a Candle) Energy in Food
Patterns of Reactivity
Reaction of Metals Displacement Reactions Reactivity of Halogens
Preparing Common Salts
Prepare Soluble Salts Prepare Insoluble Salts Metals reacting with Acids Metal Carbonates reacting with Acids
Rates of Reaction
Measure Rate of Reaction Factors affecting Rates of Reaction

Measure Density Floating and Sinking
Pressure Pressure and Gases
Turning on a Pivot
Static Electricity
Electricity Conductors and Insulators Factors affecting Resistance
Heat Energy Transfers
Internal Energy Heat Transfer - Conduction Heat Transfer - Convection Heat Transfer - Radiation Heat Transfer - Evaporation
World Energy Needs
Fossil Fuel Nuclear Energy Renewable Energy

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