Key Stage 3 and 4 Biology
Change the distance of the light source from a sample of Eoldea and see how it affects the rate of photosynthesis. Highly interactive, allowing the students to log, tabulate and graph data.
Choose from two different fungi to test, see how the rate of growth changes over time. Highly interactive, allowing the students to log, tabulate and graph data. Also allows for discussions on non-controlled factors such as temperature.
Label a variety of parts of a plant, the plant cells and parts of plant cells. Download worksheets to give to your class to do the exercise on paper.
Explain genetic words using beads and create a item that the students can take home.
Make a model of DNA with sweets, great activity to explain the structure to your class.
Online and downloadable versions, includes a word glossary on the words used.
Create a diverse environment whilst still maintaining a profitable field, choose how wide your field margins are, how many beetle banks you would like and how many hectares of bird food crop. Then see how much money your farm would make and your biodiversity score!
Difference between plant and animal cells: Which one of the following is NOT
1. Plants have a cell wall
2. Plants do not have mitochondria
3. Plants and animals have a common one celled membrane-bound nuclei ancestor
4. Plants get energy from sunlight
Plants do not have mitchondria