10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving - Speech is Beautiful
10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving -- Speech paths are seemingly always on the hunt for materials to address problem solving - did you ever consider videos? I found 10 wordless videos that are fun and make kids think about how to fix the main c
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Resources and materials to support your teaching of chemistry to primary, secondary and higher education students. This includes safe and reliable practical experiments, interactive simulations, games and problem solving activities
Why I Love Science Stations Units
What Are Science Stations? My line of BIG Science Stations Units were created for 4th-6th grade students to have an opportunity to explore science topics at their own pace and in a variety of ways.…
How To Get Started With Stations in the Science Classroom
I've a had a few teachers email me asking about how to begin to use stations in the science classroom, so I thought a quick How-To Post was in order. My students are doing stations this week (4 out of the 5 days), so I will refer to those stations throughout this post, in addition to adding some pictures I snapped in class today. First and foremost, I've discovered that not all content easily lends itself to stations. And not all students are 100% ready for this different way of doing…
Fun Chemistry Experiments for High Schools
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 ...
Molecular Model Ornament, water molecule H2O, chemistree decoration, chemistry tree decor, scientific holiday, glitter science
Molecular model holiday ornaments! For your Chemis-tree!...er, chemistry...er, Christmas tree. Available molecules: methane, sodium chloride, water, carbon tetrachloride, hydrogen peroxide, ammonia, nitrous oxide, di-oxygen, ozone, carbon dioxide, and dichloride monoxide.
14 Ways to Use Task Cards in High School Biology
Task cards are perfect for high school science classes. Check out my blog post for 14 ways to use task cards with your high school students. AmyBrownScience.com
Gray Matter: Extracting Bismuth From Pepto-Bismol Tablets
Most modern medicines are carefully synthesized organic molecules so potent that each pill contains only a few milligrams of the active ingredient. Pepto-Bismol is a fascinating exception, both because its active ingredient is bismuth, a heavy metal commonly used in shotgun pellets, and because there is a lot of it in each dose. So much, in fact, that I was able to extract a slug of bismuth metal from a pile of pink pills.
Chemistry Lab: Percent Composition
Easy! Fun! And students get to see a hands-on application of the problems we solve in the classroom. For the extremely busy teacher, it doesn't get much better than this for a great chemistry lab. When the materials list consists of..... Baking soda, 2N sulfuric acid, a spot plate, a Beral pipet ( or any dropper), a balance, and a test tube ........ it is a good day for the chemistry teacher!! The percentage composition of a compound is the percentage by mass of each of the elements in the…