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Introduction to Selected Elements in Chemistry for Young Children

Montessori 123 - Introduction to Selected Elements in Chemistry for Young Children - Montessori Materials

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How strong is an eggshell

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Free Infographic Educational Posters

Free Infographic Educational Posters (Visit Kids Discover to find 19 free Infographic Educational Posters covering various science and social studies topics to use in your homeschool.)

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Learning about materials

Introducing materials, fun science for kids

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Why is the Statue of Liberty Green?

Student Activity: Why is the Statue of Liberty green? During this activity, students explore a chemical reaction using vinegar, salt, and pennies. Safety: Be sure to wear safety goggles and wash your hands with soap and water when you are done. #security #secure #safety #family #kids #home #lifesaving #life #parents #Children

Gas Laws Manipulative - something I learned from another AP chemistry teacher years ago. Continuing the tradition of instructional sharing - I passed on the trick to a group of chemistry teachers today. Cover the variable that is constant (in the problem) and observe the relationship between the other two variables. #chemistry

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Experiment with 'Quicksand'

Fifth Grade Earth & Space Science Activities: Experiment with "Quicksand"

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Science Center

Science center ideas

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Fun Absorbing Experiment for kids

Sugar cube Science - good idea for explaining diffusion, saturation, solvent/solute during chemistry unit on matter

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Chemistry of Fireworks

Fireworks Chemistry