This handbook explains how to complete eleven activities that would be suitable for both a Chemistry class or an Art class. I am a Chemistry teacher, so I have written this more from the eyes of a Science teacher, rather than an Art teacher. It is a wonderful resource!
Each activity includes teacher notes, student worksheets, and pictures from when my students completed the activity (YES - All of the activities in this book WORK and are engaging for students to complete).
Topics include solubility, crystallization, dyes, clay, conservation of mass, paint pigments, papermaking, quantities in chemical reactions, plaster of paris, energy changes, chemical hazards in art, qualitative analysis and the detection of art forgeries, adhesion, and chromatography.