Year 7 Online Course Bundle – Class Subscription
Online Courses for Year 7 Science (Australian Curriculum)
Includes the following courses:
Year 7 Introduction to Science
Year 7 Chemistry
Year 7 Biology
Year 7 Physics
Year 7 Earth & Space
Select this subscription option to enrol a group of students.
To enrol individual students, please select the individual subscription option.
Please note, the person logged in while purchasing a class course subscription is the person who becomes the group leader. Therefore, if you are purchasing a subscription for someone else (eg, a head of department or school administrator purchasing a subscription for another teacher) please make the purchase while logged in as that teacher.
If that teacher is not yet registered, please register them here before purchasing (you will need to be logged out to register them).
If you are ordering for multiple classes and would prefer to pay by school purchase order and have the class groups set up for you, please contact [email protected] to arrange this.
Price is per student.
Set the number of students you wish to enrol and enter a group name below as a unique class identifier,
eg ‘ABC College, Mr Smith, Year 7 Science’
Scroll down for detailed product information.
Click on the links below to view free sample lessons:
Scientific Laboratory Equipment (Introduction to Science)
Pure Substances and Mixtures (Chemistry)
The Characteristics of Living Things (Biology)
Introduction to Forces (Physics)
Earth’s Tilt – Day Length and Seasons (Earth & Space)
About the Year 7 Online Course Bundle
Purchase of the Year 7 Online Science Course Bundle gives access to the following courses for one year:
Each course consists of high-quality, in-depth lessons broken up into several topics.
Students can test their understanding with self-marking quizzes at the end of each topic.
- The Introduction to Science course contains 69 quiz questions in total.
- The Chemistry course contains 45 quiz questions in total.
- The Biology course contains 153 quiz questions in total.
- The Physics course contains 193 quiz questions in total.
- The Earth 7 Space course contains 274 quiz questions in total.
Introduction to the Science
- Scientific Laboratory Equipment
- Scientific Diagrams
- The Bunsen Burner
- The Scientific Method
- Practical Reports
- Branches of Science
- Pure Substances and Mixtures
- Solutions and Solubility
- Separation of Mixtures
- The Characteristics of Living Things
- Classification Systems
- The Five Kingdoms of Living Things
- The Animal Kingdom – Vertebrates
- The Animal Kingdom – Invertebrates
- The Plant Kingdom
- Introduction to Ecology
- Habitats, Adaptations and Niches
- Interactions Between Organisms
- Feeding Relationships Within Ecosystems
- Human Impacts on Ecosystems
- Introduction to Forces
- Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
- Contact Forces: Friction, Buoyancy and Surface Tension
- Non-Contact Forces: Gravity, Magnetism and Electrostatic Forces
- Simple Machines and Mechanical Advantage
- Inclined Planes, Wedges and Screws
- Wheels & Axles and Pulleys
Earth & Space
- Earth’s Tilt – Day Length and Seasons
- Solstices and Equinoxes
- Phases of the Moon
- Lunar and Solar Eclipses
- Earth’s Natural Resources
- Renewable Resources
- Non-Renewable Resources
- Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy
- The Water Cycle
Coverage of the Australian Curriculum
Year 7 Chemistry – Science Understanding
Mixtures, including solutions, contain a combination of pure substances that can be separated using a range of techniques (ACSSU113).
Year 7 Biology – Science Understanding
Classification helps organise the diverse group of organisms (ACSSU111).
Interactions between organisms, including the effects of human activities can be represented by food chains and food webs (ACSSU111).
Year 7 Physics – Science Understanding
Change to an object’s motion is caused by unbalanced forces, including Earth’s gravitational attraction, acting on the object (ACSSU117)
Year 7 Earth and Space Sciences – Science Understanding
Predictable phenomena on Earth, including seasons and eclipses, are caused by the relative positions of the sun, Earth and the moon (ACSSU115)
Some of Earth’s resources are renewable, including water that cycles through the environment, but others are non-renewable (ACSSU116)