For years I struggled with teaching IMF's because I didn't have a concrete lab to show the students the macroscopic effect of stronger intermolecular forces. I developed this lab to show this. The preview shows you one of the 4 different
This is a review game intended for reviewing stoichiometry. Students answer questions pertaining to stoichiometry calculations and theory. If they get the question right, they are allowed to take shots to sink your ships.
Each group of students
This lab has students creating a periodic table using candy. The students receive a series of cards with information regarding the mass, calories, sugar, fat, and protein per piece of a common candy. Students are then given a bag with samples of
This is a review game modeled after the Battleship game for review of acids and bases. Questions include properties of acids and bases, pH/pOH calculations, and titration calculations. If they get the question right, they are allowed to take shots
This is a review game intended for reviewing the Gas Properties or Gas Laws unit. Students answer questions pertaining to gas law calculations and theory. If they get the question right, they are allowed to take shots to sink your ships.
This lab I use as the introduction to the elements of the periodic table. Students are given samples of seven different elements (only 1 shown in the preview...) and are asked to observe four different physical and three different chemical
This lab activity allows students to demonstrate their knowledge of density by creating a cardboard cube of a known density. Each lab group has a different density cube to create, thus forcing each group to think for themselves.