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The budding pyrotechnic engineers in your science class will be excited to learn how chemistry is behind the beautiful colors and thunderous sounds of fireworks.
Grab this Styrofoam-meets-acetone activity, so the science investigators in your class can make observations about the concept of dissolving and how to distinguish it from melting.
3 class activities using scales and balances for middle schoolers learning foundations of science. Teach chemistry, biology, and physics with easy-to-do-experiments.
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This chemistry activity for students in grades 9 through 12 shows the effect of pH change on indicator color. The resulting solution can be used as an ink to write messages that disappear over time.
Students learn to use laboratory notebooks to keep consistent and accurate notes that record and reflect on their inquiry-based observations, activities, investigations, and experiments.
This chemistry activity for students in high school & college has them mixing acids & alcohols to create familiar smells. You’ll also help them learn about organic synthesis & condensation reactions.
If you want to demonstrate oxidation and reduction for your students, you can’t go wrong with this “blue bottle” activity. Sodium hydroxide, glucose, and methylene blue solution are all it takes!
This quick activity for middle- and high-school chemistry uses popcorn to teach thermal energy concepts.
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Keep this printable chart of safer chemical substitutions on hand for ways to minimize risk to students and staff during chemistry activities.
Download this lesson plan and your science students can get a heaping helping of knowledge about the elements to go with their gum drops and jelly beans.
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Download this lesson plan and you’ll have high school science students eating out of the palm of your hand (the Tootsie Rolls help a lot too).
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