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Matter and Energy: Equations and Formulas

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Using simple materials, an informative lesson demonstrates the Law of Conservation of Matter and explains how to balance chemical equations. Young chemists perform experiments, analyze reactions, and balance chemical equations on their...
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Mystery Iron Ions

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Young chemists perform an experiment to determine if a compound is iron (II) chloride or iron (III) chloride. Then they determine the formula, balance the equation, and answer analysis questions. 
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Physics Skill and Practice Worksheets

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Stop wasting energy searching for physics resources, this comprehensive collection of worksheets has you covered. Starting with introductions to the scientific method, dimensional analysis, and graphing data, these skills practice...
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Next Generation Science Standards

For Students K - 12th Standards
Are you having trouble deciphering the Next Generation Science Standards on the website, or just trying to find the standards for your grade in a quick-and-easy format? If so, here is a free and easy-to-navigate app made with you in mind.
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The Mole

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
What is a mole? Introduce learners to the concept of the mole with a presentation that is a part of the Chemistry PowerPoints series. Scholars discuss examples of how the mole is used in real-life applications. Then, they identify how it...
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Bonds and Compounds

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The name of a chemical compound provides a lot of critical information. Learners explore the different naming conventions for naming ionic and covalent compounds as a part of the Chemistry PowerPoints series. They practice with a variety...
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Utah Open Textbook: Chemistry

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Technology can help save money and add convenience. The resource offers a free textbook for a complete Chemistry course. The text begins with a review of the scientific method and continues to explain topics such as chemical bonding,...
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Where Do You Weigh the Most?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How much do you actually weigh? It all depends on gravity. Scholars explore why gravity varies in different locations and how these variations affect weight.
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The Law of Conservation: Crash Course Engineering #7

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Try creating something out of nothing—it's not possible! Scholars watch an engaging video, the seventh in the Crash Course Engineering series, to learn about the Law of Conservation of Mass. The video also covers the accumulation,...
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Shrink Me!

For Teachers K - 12th Standards
The incredibly shrinking meter—decimeters to centimeters, to millimeters, and now to nanometers! Learners may have a difficult time visualizing particles on a nanoscale. Help them see a little clearer using a well-designed lesson that...
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Electrolysis Using a Microscale Hoffman Apparatus—Microscale Chemistry

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Get big results out of a small-scale lab! Young chemists observe the electrolysis of sodium sulfate using a microscale experiment. A colorful indicator solution combined with the production of gas bubbles yields a variety of observations...
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Chemistry Masterclass—Chemistry Outreach

For Teachers 10th - Higher Ed Standards
Immerse your chemistry class in the world of organic chemistry! Science scholars isolate acetaminophen from an over-the-counter sample during an intense and interesting lab. Groups use many different separation and analysis techniques to...
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What Is the Pop in Popcorn?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Investigate the reason for the POP in popcorn! Learners collect data from three different popcorn samples. They modify each sample to test a different aspect of the corn.
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Mass Changes in Chemical Reactions—Microscale Chemistry

For Teachers 6th - 10th Standards
What better way is there to introduce conservation of mass than a few simple experiments? Young chemists conduct two chemical reactions, take the masses of reactants and products, then compare their results to determine differences in mass.
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Mole of Rice Activity

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Learning about the mole using rice is pretty nice! Help your chemistry scholars visualize the concept of a mole of substance with an easy-to-perform lab. Partnered pupils find the mass of a single grain of rice and relate this...
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Radical Reactions

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The radical reactions of polymers seems abstract to many pupils, but this lesson turns them into a fun building game. Scholars use dice and building pieces to build polymers. Then, they determine the theoretical and experimental weight...
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Green"er" Precipitation Reaction

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
All sodium carbonate may not have the same amount of carbonate, but it should have the same percent. Learners write and balance an equation to predict the chemical reaction between sodium carbonate and zinc acetate. Through the lab...
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Stoichiometry and Balancing Equations

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Is your stoichiometry lesson plan just not adding up? Incorporate an exciting interactive to balance things out! Chemistry scholars manipulate the number of molecules added to the reaction vessel, then observe as bonds form and break as...
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PS1B—Chemical Reactions

For Students 2nd - 12th Standards
Thinking back to the last time you taught a lesson on chemical changes ... was there no reaction? Check out an explosive video to put some spark back in your instruction! The narrator of the video guides you through the expectations, as...
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Predicting Chemical Reactions

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Prove the Law of Conservation of Mass through a lab investigation. A well-designed lesson asks groups to combine materials and monitor indicators for chemical reactions. Measuring the mass of the reactants and products allows individuals...
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The Crucial Concentration

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Which sports drink provides the best pick-me-up after the big game or grueling workout? It may not be the one you'd think! Food science is the focus in a surprising lab activity. Pupils use colorimetry to determine the amount of protein,...
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Electrochemistry

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
In an electrolytic cell, electrical energy is converted into chemical energy, the exact opposite of a battery! Lesson 15 in a series of 36 explores electrochemistry. Participants begin by reading and discussing oxidation/reduction...
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Balancing Equations

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Make the microscopic world of chemical reactions come to life. An engaging video demonstrates a methane-oxygen reaction. Learners see the reaction take place and observe the chemical equation being balanced. 
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Ionic Equilibrium

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Scientific studies show the older we get, the more acidic we become. The activity extensively teaches high schoolers about acids and bases. By the end of the 14th installment of 36, they can define and explain three concepts of...