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Macrogalleria

Polymers are all around us. This site explains what they are and presents many products that are made from them. There are different levels of difficulty depending on how deep into polymers you need to go.

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Tablet friendly

14-18 year olds
The Nitrogen Cycle

A Flash animation which demonstrates the nitrogen cycle. The site lends itself well to use on an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

14-16 year olds
UK Fossils

Read about what fossils are, how they were formed and where to find them.

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Tablet friendly

14-16 year olds
Sounds Amazing 2

A learning resource for AS and A Level physics which looks at wave types, oscillations, reflection, refraction, diffraction and more.

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Not tablet friendly

16-18 year olds
Reproductive Organs

A drag and drop activity where you can test your knowledge of the functions of the different parts of both male and female reproductive systems.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
Ladybird Spotters

Find out interesting facts about ladybirds and what you can do to learn more about them.

Teachers, Pupils

Tablet friendly

7-11 year olds
Dispersion

An interactive whiteboard teaching aid from Freezeray showing the dispersion of white light into coloured light. You can also filter white light prior to entering the prism.

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Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
Coloured Filters

An IWB teaching aid where you can view the flags through a coloured filter that can be dragged around the screen. You can change the colour of the filter to red, blue or green.

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Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
Concave, Convex Lens

An interactive Flash demonstration of how beams of light are changed when shone through either a convex or concave lens. It works well on an interactive whiteboard.

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Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
Eye Defects

A super Flash demonstration from Freezeray on normal sight, short-sightedness and long-sightedness. It also shows how varying the focal length of a corrective lens will give a clear image on the retina of the eye.

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Not tablet friendly

11-16 year olds
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