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In my never ending quest to engage students, we opted to brew root beer to learn about cellular respiration and fermentation.
NGSS:PS4.B Physical Science Memory Game (Electromagnetic Radiation)
Crash Course is a YouTube series that gives a middle school friendly and understandable break down of a wide variety of science topics. This video worksheet accompanies Chemistry: #2 Unit Conversions and Significant Figures, and is an excellent introduction to the importance of measurements, converting units and significant figures.
FORCE and MOTION interactive notebook BUNDLE by science doodles, lab sheets, pictures, foldables and much more, 67 pages
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The Smallest Drugs Here is the updated version of the "smallest drugs" collection that I did the other day. Here are the criteria I used: the molecular weight cutoff was set, arbitrarily, at aspirin's 180. I excluded the inhaled anaesthetics, only allowing things that are oils or solids in their form of use. As a small-molecule organic chemist, I only allowed organic compounds - lithium and so on are for another category
strictly, zinc, cadmium and mercury aren’t considered transition metals. IUPAC definition of a transition metal states that it must be ‘an element whose atom has an incomplete d sub-shell, or gives rise to cations with an incomplete d sub-shell‘. Zinc, cadmium and mercury all have the electronic configuration d10s2; although they commonly form +2 ions, these involve the loss of the s electrons. However, they can also exist in a +1 oxidation state.
Students will use the engineering and design process to create an electronic game using series and parallel circuits. Great for use in a STEM classroom or as a project during your electricity unit!
Crash Course is a YouTube series that gives an middle school friendly and understandable break down of a wide variety of science topics. This video worksheet accompanies Chemistry: #1 The Nucleus, and is an excellent introduction to Chemistry, the nucleus, subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, and electrons), atomic mass and isotopes.
Your students will love coloring, cutting out, and assembling these 3D atomic models of all 118 chemical elements to make a beautiful and lasting display for your classroom.
Bread baking tied to cellular respiration/characteristics of life/or fungi - Nice real world tie in
Had to have this in here somewhere. Periodic Table - (CHART) -- Useful to demonstrate the different families on the Periodic Table
Pretty periodic table that explains the elements nicely for non-chemistry people. #educ1706