CE/KS3: Science: Physics: Electrical Circuits

  • £797

Great Common Entrance and Key Stage 3 topic pack to remember all those different types of energy, components and their symbols. This pack uses three methods of learning to help increase the long term memory recall, so your child can remember all of the key points they need to know. This pack turns a rather tricky topic into a visually interesting one, making concepts easier to understand. 


This is a fully illustrated revision guide for C.E/KS3 pupils, covering:

  • What is an electric current?
  • Types of energy.
  • Stored energy.
  • Conductors and insulators.
  • Transfer of energy.
  • Law of Conservation of Energy.
  • Series and parallel circuits.
  • Current and electrons.
  • Components and their symbols.
  • Voltage, resistance and current.
  • Formulae triangle.
  • Batteries, voltmeters, ammeters, resistors and variable resistors.
  • How fuses work.

This pack includes: 

  • Revision Booklet with Glossary of Key Terms.
  • Active Revision Game.
  • Question & Answer Flashcards.
  • Write Your Own Notes illustrated booklet.

Other science packs:

Forces, Materials & Their Properties, Reactions of Metals & Metal Compounds, Food & Digestion, Plants & Photosynthesis, Environment & Feeding Relationships, Variation & Classification, Respiration & Breathing.

 The Oaka Steps to Success: 

Step 1: Read our cartoon style revision book. This highly illustrated, bullet point booklet highlights the key facts for revision, making the points clear and easy to follow. 

Step 2: Using the Active Revision Game and the Question & Answer Flashcards supplied, you can make revision fun! You can then use the Flashcards alone for a quick revision session. The more your child can repeat the revision process using different methods, the better their recall will be. Our highly illustrated revision guides help your child to visualise key information, aiding understanding and recall.

Step 3: Finally, using the illustrated Write Your Own Notes book, your child can write their own revision notes. (Don’t forget, keep using the Flashcards for regular quick revision sessions!).

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