Science can feel overwhelming, almost like eating an elephant, but Bite Size Learning can help. Bite size learning is a way to teach that breaks the huge topic of science into manageable bite size chunks.
This file offers a menu of resources to help you tackle the topic of atoms. It covers the basics of atoms (what they are and what they are made of); more details about atoms will come in later Bites.
1. Cover sheet
2. Teacher information sheet
3. Student content printable
4. Try it activity: Rutherford's gold foil experiment
5. Subatomic particle foldable
7. Quiz answer key
A teacher sheet is included. This is to help you if you are feeling a little unsure, because let's be honest, we've all had to teach a subject/class in which we are far from an expert. Extra information is contained in the teacher sheet to satisfy your learners who want to know more.
Use one resourse or use them all! Atoms will be a breeze if you just take it one bite at a time.