Waves are one of the ways that energy can be transferred between stores. Waves can be described as oscillations or vibrations around a resting position. The ripples cause water particles to vibrate up and down. Waves transfer energy but they don't matter (particles vibrate to transmit energy, but they don't change their general position.
It includes a cloze activity to test your understanding of the gcse physics required in ripple tanks, as well as matching the terms with the definitions and completing the relevant calculations. There are also tasks for EM radiation, and students also need to annotate longitudinal wave diagrams and identify characteristics of shear waves.