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Free GCSE presentation on photosynthesis!

This free presentation lays out the limiting factors which can affect the rate of photosynthesis.

Interactive slides demonstrate in detail a biology practical required by the AQA, Edexcel, OCR Gateway and OCR 21st Century courses, investigating how varying light intensity can alter the photosynthetic rate.

The presentation also contains an explanation of the inverse square relationship


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Free KS4 science interactive on supernovae!

Show your KS4 students what happens when a massive star collapses with our free interactive!

This step-by-step animation explains why and when a supernova explosion occurs during the life cycle of a star. The effect of gravity on the core, the heat produced, and the fusion of elements within the star are all fully explained.

Why not use this visual interactive as an excellent revision tool to recap supernovae? Bring the dramatic explosion to life in your classroom!















Free KS3 science presentation on DNA!

Cement your KS3 students’ knowledge of chromosomes, DNA, and genes with our free presentation!

This resource focuses on where genetic material can be found within the human body. An engaging interactive zooms closer and closer into human tissue, explaining the role of the cells, the nucleus, the chromosomes, and the individual genes.

Another dynamic interactive clarifies the complex structure of DNA by allowing students to click on the different components to find out more. A summary activity then checks that your students are confident in pairing key genetic terms with their definitions!


Free KS3 interactive on food chains!

Test your KS3 students’ knowledge of how food chains work with our free interactive!

This dynamic activity emphasises the interdependence of different organisms within a food chain.

Challenge your students to identify how four different events will impact the creatures in the chain in this fun quiz, ideal for the whole class. Bring out your KS3 students’ competitive side and make sure they understand the relationships within a food chain!















Free KS4 presentation on the evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere!

This presentation gives details of the volcano theory for the evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere.

It includes an interactive timeline of how the Earth’s atmosphere has changed, and presents sources of evidence for the early gaseous composition of the atmosphere, including fossils and red beds.

Why not use the presentation in your classroom to encourage a discussion of what this evidence can tell us about the atmosphere’s evolution?

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