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
Chemistry in everyday life Have you ever wondered why chemistry is so important? Why do we study chemistry? We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry an
Chemistry experiments can be fun and educational. Many experiments can produce interesting, colorful, or strange reactions that pique student interest.Remember, although these experiments can be fun, students must always adhere to safety procedure. Here are a few fun experiments that can be employed in the high school chemistry classroom.
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Want a more FUN and ENGAGING way to help your students review how to convert between particles, volume, and mass with the mole? Well... here's your answer! Mole conversions color by number! A perfect way to help your students prepare for a quiz, review the content taught in class, or to use as a filler activity (i.e. emergency lesson plan). An engaging assignment for any college prep high school classroom!