The Chemistry and History of the Pencil

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As a science teacher, I’m a stickler for the use of a pencil because I dislike wading through cross-outs to find an answer, the smear of ink on my fingers, and the general lack of neatness involved with students and ink.

This presentation gives students a bit of the history and chemistry of the amazing pencil. From the reason we call it a pencil “lead” to what it means to be a #2, students will appreciate what was once the most remarkable educational technology!

Use it to create a positive atmosphere about using pencils in your classroom, as a presentation on the history of ordinary things, or to illustrate a point (LOL). It is appropriate for grades 5-12. I use it in pre-AP chemistry and physics and AP Physics. It is also an excellent addition to your math class if the use of ink is an irritation.


• Reinforcement of classroom procedures
• Teacher guide
• Applications of chemistry
• Power point
• Video links
• Interactive notebook component

Keywords: chemistry, applications, graphite, pencil, classroom procedures, technology, physics, math, mathematics
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28
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Teaching Duration
30 Minutes

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The Chemistry and History of the Pencil
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The Chemistry and History of the Pencil
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