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Published on December 17th, 2010 | by What2Learn

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Solutions (7H) Science revision

The following revision games and activities are to help students learning about solutions. In many KS3 schemes of work this will be unit 7H. This will cover terms such as solute, solvent, dissolve, soluble, insoluble, saturation, solubility, etc.




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Sample activity: Solutions



Once you have completed the game, test yourself again by seeing if you can answer these questions:

  • What do we call A solid that dissolves into a liquid?
  • What do we call the liquid that a solid dissolves into?
  • What does the term dissolve mean?
  • What do was call a liquid into which more solids can dissolve?
  • What do was call a liquid into which no more solids can dissolve?
  • What state is reached if no more solids can dissolve into a solution?
  • What is a measure of how much of something can dissolve into a liquid?
  • What is formed when a solid dissolves into a liquid?
More Science revision games on solutions




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One Response to Solutions (7H) Science revision

  1. hannah says:

    very good i have a test tommorow and it helped very much :)

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