Chemical reaction experiments, virtual labs, and digital resource activities
Chemical Reactions Types Virtual Lab - Self-grading
Chemical Reaction Types Virtual Lab in self-grading, editable Google format, and editable printable stations. From no-prep to low-prep, a chemistry teacher and student favorite chemical reactions lab.
Net Ionic Equations Color-In Tangram Worksheet
Whether identifying the net ionic equation, the precipitate, or spectator ions, this one-page activity sheet provides students with practice with space for work, self-monitor, & reveal a colored tangram (brain break!). #netionicequations #spectatorions #precipitate #coloringpage #chemistry #chemkate
Simple Chemical Reaction Experiment - Steel wool and vinegar reaction
This Simple Chemical Reaction Experiment is a fun science experiment for kids of all ages that is perfect for a chemistry science fair projects. Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school that is fun and easy and great for at home too.
Chemical Equations Balancing - Particulate-Level Symbols
Actively involve your students in matching edges of reaction symbols, counting atoms, & particulate-level representations, strengthening their understanding of the conceptual nature of balanced equations from all aspects of reaction writing. #chemicalequations #balancing #particulatelevel #tarsia #chemkate
Net Ionic Equations Graphic Organizer Concept Map - Print and Digital
Just print & go! Graphic organizer / concepts map are an excellent way to introduce or reinforce how complex topics connect. Help students see not just how mini-concepts are connected, but they also the big picture. This net ionic equation graphic organizer brings together the following concepts: ✦Type of Reactions ✦Role of electrolytic solutions in reactions ✦Strong/weak acids & bases ✦Ionic and Covalent bonding ✦Spectator ions #chemkate #netionicequations
10 Awesome Science Experiments your Teachers Forgot to Show You!
If you are a science teacher who wants to find cool things to show the students, these are some great ideas. If you crave more inspiration, there’s a website called Science Toys that’s a great resource for demonstrating scientific principles using everyday household products.