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In this activity (on page 1), learners role play as atoms to explore how atoms can be rearranged to make different materials.
In this chemistry meets cooking activity, learners compare the stability of egg white foams with various additives.
In this activity, learners investigate the basic crystal structures that metal atoms form.
In this activity, learners use gumdrops and toothpicks to model the composition and molecular structure of three greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide (CO2), water vapor (H2O) and methane (CH4).
In this quick activity about the properties of water (page 1 of PDF under SciGirls Activity: Malformed Frogs), learners will use an eyedropper to slowly place one drop of water at a time onto a penny,
In this activity, learners use geometry to predict the shape of carbon. Learners twist and attach chenille stem pieces that represent bonds between different carbon atoms.
In this activity, learners create models of ionic compounds and observe the chemical formula of binary molecules they have created.
In this activity, learners stain fabrics--on purpose!
In this activity, learners use molecular model kits to construct familiar molecules like lactose, caffeine, and Aspirin.
Working in groups, learners model the continuous destruction and creation of ozone (O3) molecules, which occur in the ozone layer.
This kinesthetic science demonstration introduces learners to four states of matter: solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.