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KS3/Checkpoint 1 Science Lessons

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


Steps of the Scientific Method
1. Asking Scientific Questions 2. Planning and Recording 3. Analyze, Conclude and Evaluate
Basic Lab Equipments How to use a Bunsen Burner? Acids and Alkalis How to use a Microscope?


How Plants Grow
Photosynthesis Leaf Structure Transpiration
A Healthy Diet
Nutrients Starch and Sugar Tests Fats and Protein Tests Energy in Food

Digestion Process Digestion of Starch by Amylase Digestion of Protein by Pepsin Test a Model Intestine
Circulatory System
Blood Circulation Heart Blood
Respiratory System
Respiratory System Breathing Lungs, Air, Smoke
Human Reproduction
The Menstrual Cycle
From Cell to Embryo

Diet, Drug, Disease
Malnutrition, Obesity Problems Effects of Drugs, Smoking and Alcohol Vaccination Antibiotics
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The Particle Theory
The Particle Theory Gas Pressure Atmospheric Pressure Diffusion, Dissolving
Atoms and Elements
Atoms and Elements Properties of some elements
Compounds and Mixtures
Compounds and Mixtures Chemical Reactions and Equations Mixtures and Solutions Separation of Mixtures
Metals and Non-metals
Properties of Metals and Non-Metals Metals and Non-Metals Reactions Non-Metals Reactions
Chemistry in everyday life
Chemistry in Everyday Life

Calculate Speed Distance-Time Speed
What is Sound? Sound: Loudness, Pitch, Speed
What is Light? Light Rays Colours Eyes: Detecting Light
Magnets Magnetic Field Electricity and Magnetism Electric Bell

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