Chemistry in Kindergarten?!?! Don't worry! This lesson is based on real chemistry, but it is really about the power of SHARING.
WATCH THE STORY VIDEO!
A fun video that reads the entire book included in this lesson can be found at:
To teach this lesson, simply show your students the included Powerpoint presentation or the video found in the link above. This lesson uses a fun illustrated story to teach the power of sharing with basic chemistry concepts.
10 HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES
After viewing the Powerpoint Lesson or the online video, your students can wow their parents with any or all of these follow-up activities:
Class Sharing Activity
– students make a water molecule by playing the roles of hydrogen and oxygen and sharing electrons
Share an Electron Craft
– students make a paper electron to share with a friend, just like the characters in the H2O story
My First Chemistry Book Craft
– features basic chemistry terms in the story that students can color and trace
Hydrogen Cut & Paste Worksheet
– features the Hydrogen "family" from the lesson
How Many? Counting Worksheet
– prompts students to count various atomic elements featured in the lesson
Oxygen Coloring Page
- includes color code for protons (P) & neutrons (N)
States of Water Cut & Paste Worksheet
– features the chemical formula for water plus images of solid, liquid, & gas
Molecule Cut & Paste Worksheet
– two worksheet options allow students to construct either 1 or 2 molecules
Make a Molecule / Fine Motor Skills Practice
– requires students to color, cut, & paste several small subatomic particles
– printable craft that guides students on how to construct oxygen on a paper plate
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