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In this fun project, secondary (can be modified for middle school easily) Chemistry students work to research elements of their choice and present their learning in a creative story and poster project. The project is designed for students to work with a partner, but can easily be modified for indiv
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8th - 12th
Looking for a project to get French Immersion high school students interested in learning about chemistry, elements, and the periodic table? Want it available for distance learning too? Look no further!This resource includes an element project handout for in person lessons, an editable student copy
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7th - 10th
Have a punny time this Mole Day with this fun project for your chemistry students! Mole Day is falls on Friday, 10-23 for 2015, so take advantage of the opportunity to let your students be creative. This project is done outside of class and includes an easy grading rubric that also lets students
The enclosed materials compose a complete Chemistry course with individual units that have been used extensively in my classroom for many years. The PowerPoints and diverse collection of learning materials contain more than 750 pages of materials and over 1,000 PowerPoint slides. The units in the
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9th - 12th
Naming and formula writing, Nomenclature, Ionic compounds, Covalent Compounds, Consumer products, phenomenonLooking for a phenomenon to introduce your unit on bonding or nomenclature? Have your students gather, analyze, and interpret data for various consumer products. In this activity, your studen

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Students learn about the elements by creating unique and accurate "driver's licenses" for elements on the periodic table. Students choose an element and research its name, symbol, density, properties, valence electrons, interesting facts, uses, etc.My favorite part of this project is that once stud
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6th - 12th
Originally carried out as a Supplemental Activity for Chemistry. Also pairs well with the Chem-Quint-A-Sense series of mini-lessons. My school went "virtual" due to the Corona virus pandemic in the spring of 2020. So I found myself evaluating my options. This activity can very effectively be car
This Physical Science Career Research and T Shirt Design Project is a great way to get your students thinking about potential careers in the sciences, or just to help them to understand why their studies in chemistry, physics, and the physical sciences are relevant and important! This project works
For the teacher of both Chemistry and Physics (like me). Each of these is a Distance Learning Final Project, designed for students to be able to carry out as "household Chemistry/Physics". They are both tried and tested, and include an editable project Standards/Rubric handout and example finishe
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10th - 12th
This project is perfect for any beginning chemistry students learning more about the periodic table and specific elements. This project is easy enough for older elementary school students but is also complex enough for middle school students or for high school chemistry students at the very beginnin
This all in one bundle is everything that you need to cover the topic of atomic theory and light! THIS BUNDLE INCLUDES DOUBLE RESOURCES - RESOURCES FOR REGULAR CHEMISTRY AND RESOURCES FOR HONORS CHEMISTRY! A TWO FOR ONE PACKAGE!COMPLETELY EDITABLE!What does this bundle include?- A detailed unit sy
This project is designed for the honors level high school chemistry student. It is not meant to teach chemical concepts but to allow an opportunity for students to research the application of what they have learned. It could also be used as a project after AP testing is completed. It could be mod
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
Learning chemical reactions and equations can be difficult with distance learning so we can have the students do some basic kitchen chemistry projects in their homes. Students do the chemical reactions in their kitchens, or by observing around their homes, and then use these slides to record their r
This project is centered around nuclear chemistry and the pros and cons of nuclear energy as an energy source. Students are asked to step into the shoes of navy scientists and develop a presentation to convince investors to invest in nuclear power. The packet includes worksheets to help guide the s
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7th - 12th
This is an engaging, problem-based inquiry activity that gets your students to examine Polymers to solve a real-life problem and learn to think critically. Designed for science students in high school chemistry, this activity is NGSS, Common Core, and STEM-aligned and uses common experiences and mat
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) to post for your High School Physical Sciences, Chemistry, or Physics classroom. Ideas for Use: - Impress administrators and be the envy of all other teachers - Decorate bulletin boards - Create a banner or timeline across the room - Make a giant poster - C
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9th - 12th, Staff
This at-home lab project gets students away from the screen and doing some safe science even if you are away from the school setting and lab (it could also be performed at school). I developed this 2-3 week-long project for my NGSS 10th grade chemistry course as one of the final activities in the sp
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9th - 11th
This project allows students to explore the organization of the periodic table by creating their own periodic table using "elements" of their choosing, such as movies, songs, books, youtube videos, shoes, etc. This product is fully editable and can be adapted to suit students from middle school sci
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7th - 12th
Students will research products that contain various elements of the periodic table and make a scrapbook of their findings. They will also review the major groups of the periodic table, and learn more about the atomic world around them! The 7 page scrapbook template packet and 2 page grading rubric
This is a fantastic No Prep project that my kids have loved every year! Students have to research, advertise and try to "sell" an element off of the periodic table in a creative project format. It would be great as an introductory physical science project in middle school or could be easily allow
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
A FANTASTIC way to end the year! Students design their own household products!!Shoe cleaner, car wax, toothpaste, deodorant, surface cleaners and SO MUCH MORE!We invited local business owners and representatives from the city water department to discuss the environmental impact of household products
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10th - 12th
This is a great and equitable way to assess student learning and drive instruction both in person and online! This is PART 2 of the Element Profile PBL. Click HERE for Part 1 including Atomic Structure Student Learning Objectives.Student Learning Objectives:Can I explain electron emission of energy?
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6th - 12th, Adult Education
This is a great and equitable way to assess student learning and drive instruction both in person and online! Student Learning Objectives:Can I analyze the structure of my element in terms of atoms, isotopes, and ions?Can I classify the components of a periodic table (period, group, metal, metalloid
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6th - 12th, Adult Education
"Create a lab" project download includes a student handout, teacher notes and a grading checklist (rubric). The purpose of the project is to allow students to design and develop a full laboratory activity including cost, procedure, MSDS information, etc. It is designed for an "honors" level st
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education

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