###### Worksheets and lesson ideas to challenge students aged 11 to 16 to think about drawing rates of reaction graphs (GCSE and Key Stage 3)

*The classics are always the best! This demonstration of sodium thiosulphate reacting with hydrochloric acid is a great way to collect data to draw rates of reaction graphs. It can be easily adapted for a variety of Key Stages and abilities. *

#### Understanding rates of reaction graphs

GCSE worksheet on drawing rates of reaction graphs. This resource was inspired by a lesson I observed by Jill White. Students race to build Lego towers to help them understand rates of reaction graphs and how they change with increased concentrations and temperatures. (PDF)