BBC HomeExplore the BBC
This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Find out more about page archiving.

20 October 2014
Schools - Teachers

BBC Homepage

Contact Us

Schools Home > Teachers > KS4 Science : Activities

ks4science
TopicsWorksheetsActivitiesGames
< Prev page | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 | Next page >
Limestone

14-16 yrs

Limestone

Find out more about limestone, quicklime and slaked lime in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

Metals

14-16 yrs

Metals

Metals such as iron and copper are very useful, but where do they come from? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

The Earths atomsphere

14-16 yrs

The Earths atomsphere

Which gases make up the Earth's atmosphere? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

Plant Oils and Food Additives

14-16 yrs

Plant oils and food additives

Vegetable oils and additives are commonly found in food. Find out their uses in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

Polymers from oil

14-16 yrs

Polymers from oil

Crude oil can be turned into many useful products. But first, it has to be broken down.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

Generating electricity

14-16 yrs

Generating electricity

Electricity is a very convenient form of energy, but where does it all come from? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

Heat transfer and efficiency

14-16 yrs

Heat transfer and efficiency

Heat energy can be transferred by conduction, convection and radiation.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

An introduction to Waves

14-16 yrs

An introduction to waves

What are waves and how do you describe them? Find out with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

The electromagnetic spectrum

14-16 yrs

The electromagnetic spectrum

Infrared, x-rays, visible light... where do they all fit in the electromagnetic spectrum?

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

Radioactive substances

14-16 yrs

Radioactive substances

What makes an atom radioactive? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (AQA)

< Prev page | 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 | Next page >


About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy