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Chemistry Lesson - 35 - Double Displacement Reactions

Chemistry Lesson - 35 - Double Displacement Reactions

If molecules were people... - George Zaidan and Charles Morton

When molecules collide, chemical reactions can occur -- causing major structural changes akin to getting a new arm on your face! George Zaidan and Charles Morton playfully imagine chemical systems .

Endothermic vs. Exothermic Reactions Lab with Lesson Plan

Endothermic vs. Exothermic Reactions Lab with Lesson Plan

This activity is a lab where students complete five stations. Each station is a chemical reaction and students collect data then using the data collected,

Chemistry Blog: Conservation of Mass Lab Investigation

Pop Rocks Science - Alyssa's science project could be used in a lesson about physical reaction of a liquid and a solid and how it releases a gas

free lego chemistry lessons from MIT  The LEGO Chemical Reactions lesson introduces students to molecules, atoms, chemical notation, and chemical compounds (or reinforces these concepts) through an engaging hands-on wet lab, and LEGO models of atoms.

Free lego chemistry lessons from MIT - The LEGO Chemical Reactions lesson introduces students to molecules, atoms, chemical notation, and chemical compounds (or reinforces these concepts) through an engaging hands-on wet lab, and LEGO models of atoms.

5 Hands-On Experiments to Teach Kids About Chemical Reactions--and elephant toothpaste!

5 Hands-On Experiments to Teach Kids About Chemical Reactions

A set of fun experiments that teach kids the fun of chemistry and how to tell a chemical change from a physical change

Single Displacement Reactions

Single Displacement Reactions

Just had more of a chemistry lesson than I've had since freshman year of high school!

Just had more of a chemistry lesson than I've had since freshman year of high school!

Redox Reactions;   In this video Paul Andersen explains how redox reactions are driven by the movement of electrons from the substance that is oxidized to the substance that is reduced. Oxidation is the loss of electrons and reduction is the gaining of electrons. Since electrons are not normally displayed in a chemical equation oxidation numbers are important in determining what atom is oxidize and what atom is reduced.

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MIT has created three free science lesson plans using Lego building blocks.  Each lesson takes about 2-4 hours, and is suggested for ages 11 and up. The LEGO Chemical Reactions lesson introduces st…

3 Free Chemistry Lesson Plans Using Legos

MIT has created three free science lesson plans using Lego building blocks. Each lesson takes about hours, and is suggested for ages 11 and up. The LEGO Chemical Reactions lesson introduces st…