Poems and Puzzles

For Key Stage 3 Science

Fantastic and imaginative collection of activities and poems to help your students learn key Science terms and concepts! Brilliant starters/plenaries and activities for homework/revision - all answers provided.

  • Each activity differentiated at two levels
  • Poetic way to incorporate literacy into Science!
  • Cross-referenced to the 2008 National Curriculum

"Excellent... the poems are brilliant, short and catchy... a variety of challenging but engaging exercises."
M Bailey, Science Teacher and Independent Reviewer

"Presentation and layout is fantastic, love the differentiated worksheets, good extension activities."
P Holmes, Science Teacher and Independent Reviewer

"Impressive. It brought poetry into the curriculum in a light-hearted way, but best of all I liked the differentaion it provided."
P Simmons, Head of Science and Independent Reviewer

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (3096)

Allows students to access the topic regardless of ability... Time-saving and well presented" – J Hopkins, Teacher & ZigZag Customer

Very useful and easy to use. Great for plennaries especially as the worksheets are self explanatory and straight to the point. E Rahim, Science teacher

Offers something different to the normal worksheet resources. H Owen, Science teacher

Congratulations to the author... not a resource I could have come up with. R Woodman, Science teacher

Fits in well with KS3 curriculum, covering all main topics and highlights key words well. R Mead, Science teacher

'A unique resource... a really good way to incorporate literacy into Science... I am really looking forward to using it in my teaching next year!' C Hopkins, KS3 Science Teacher and Independent Reviewer

'Many children learn with rhythm and poetry and this resource will allow them access to the science curriculum. The key elements are explained in a novel manner — many children will become engaged with this work that would otherwise not have developed an interest in these aspects of science.' J Clark, Head of Science and Independent Reviewer