If I were to teach to chemistry I think these activities listed would be enjoyable before the winter break. One of the links leads to a word document in which the Chemis-tree activity is turned into a project. This project in particular uses ideas we've implemented in our classroom such as allowing the students to choose what will be on their ornament that pertains to chemistry(i.e. model molecule, famous experiment, famous chemist, etc) There are also guidelines that emphasize observations.
Inorganic Paint Pigments The latest in the Colourful Chemistry series looks at the inorganic compounds that give many paints their colours. This shows a limited selection of the most common compounds, and there are many others
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Types of Organic Formula Back to basics with today’s graphic, with a look at the different ways compounds in organic chemistry can be represented. Obviously, if you’re a chemist, these will all be second nature, but as was quite fairly pointed out with regards to the food chemistry graphics, if you’re not well versed in chemistry, all of those lines and letters might well be a bit perplexing. Here’s a brief explanation of what they mean.
Some of these reactions we haven't really touched on much yet, but still, this infographic shows how each functional group is related and how to go from one to another through a series of reactions. Pretty cool.