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Cell division

14-16 yrs

Cell division

How do cells divide and why?

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (Gateway)

Atomic structure

14-16 yrs

Atomic structure

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

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (Gateway)

Electrostatics - sparks

14-16 yrs

Electrostatics - sparks

Learn about the flow of electric charge and static electricity with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (Gateway)

Radioactive substances

14-16 yrs

Radioactive substances

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

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (Gateway)

Memory activity

14-16 yrs

Memory activity

Find out how the brain holds memories with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (OCR 21C)

Air and molecular compounds

14-16 yrs

Air and molecular compounds

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

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (OCR 21C)

Biological compounds

14-16 yrs

Biological compounds

Learn about the Earth's biosphere in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (OCR 21C)

Extraction of metals

14-16 yrs

Extraction of metals

Find out how ionic substances are broken down using electricity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (OCR 21C)

Explaining motion

14-16 yrs

Explaining motion

Find out how to describe motion scientifically with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (OCR 21C)

Resultant forces and terminal velocity

14-16 yrs

Resultant forces and terminal velocity

Learn about the effects of resultant forces on an object with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (OCR 21C)

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