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Diffusion and osmosis

14-16 yrs

Diffusion and osmosis

Dissolved substances pass into and out of cells by diffusion. Water passes into/out of cells by osmosis.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

The carbon cycle

14-16 yrs

The carbon cycle

Find out about food chains and the carbon cycle with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Enzymes

14-16 yrs

Enzymes

Play this activity and find out how enzymes help respiration and digestion.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Homeostasis

14-16 yrs

Homeostasis

Find out how homeostasis controls conditions in the body with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Cell division and inheritance

14-16 yrs

Cell division and inheritance

How do cells divide and why? Find out with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Inheritance

14-16 yrs

Inheritance

Find out about alleles and genetic diagrams in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Atomic structure

14-16 yrs

Atomic structure

Atoms consist of electrons surrounding a nucleus that contains protons and neutrons.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Ionic bonding

14-16 yrs

Ionic bonding

Ions are electrically charged particles formed when atoms lose or gain electrons.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Covalent bonding

14-16 yrs

Covalent bonding

Non-metal atoms share their electrons to form covalent bonds. Find out more with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

Chemical calculations

14-16 yrs

Chemical calculations

Get to grips with mass calculations for chemical reactions with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (AQA)

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