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.

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

What do teachers say about this resource? (3096)

Wow. It is time-saving and well presented.

Allows students to access the topic regardless of ability.

J Hopkins, Teacher and Peer Reviewer

Very useful and easy to use. Great for plennaries especially as the worksheets are self explanatory and straight to the point. 

E Rahim, Teacher and Peer Reviewer

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

Having key words in bold or as the missing words is very useful and helps focus attention on new and important vocabulary.

R Mead, Teacher and Peer Reviewer

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!

I particularly like the fact that the tasks are differentiated and have extension activities.

C Hopkins, Teacher and Peer Reviewer

A great resource

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, HoD and Peer Reviewer

The resource is fun and offers something different to the normal worksheet resources.

H Owen, Teacher and Peer Reviewer

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

R Woodman, Teacher and Peer Reviewer

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