Observe the reactions of ammonia with indicator solution, copper (II) sulphate solution and Nessler’s reagent
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Explore surface tension by making patterns in milk using items from the kitchen cupboard. Includes a video aimed at learners, kit list, instruction and explanation.
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Try making butter at home or in the classroom using items from your kitchen cupboard. Includes video aimed at pupils, kit list, instruction, and explanation.
Challenge the misconception that metals and non-metals are completely opposite in their properties with this activity
A lesson presentation with activities for your 11–14 students on polymers and their properties
Use your smartphone to measure changes in concentration across different juice drinks at home or in the classroom. Includes a video aimed at learners, kit list, instruction and explanation.
Explore polymers and redox via food wrap innovations with this activity for 11–16 students
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