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This resource reviews some of the basic principles of chemistry.

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In this periodic table, in addition to the element's name, symbol and atomic number, each element box has a drawing of one of its main uses or natural occurrences.

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This resource describes four types of chemical bonds; ionic bonds, covalent bonds, polar covalent bonds and hydrogen bonds. Beside each description is an illustration.

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This lesson introduces students to the concept of density. It explains why different types of matter have different densities. Activities are included which demonstrate different densities of matter.

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This is a simple and fun experiment which demonstrates how the addition of a liquid and a solid can form a gas.

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This lesson introduces students to the principles of convection. Activities are included which demonstrate these principles.

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This lesson introduces students to the concept of acids and bases by explaining that they are opposite types of matter and exploring some of their properties.  An experiment is included which demonstrates what happens when an acid reacts with a base.

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This resource teaches students how to count atoms in chemical formulas and equations.

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This resource briefly describes the properties of metals in comparison to non-metals and metalloids.

 

These lesson plans discuss different types of fuels.

This worksheet has students identify the reactive properties of metals.

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This resource discusses acids, alkalis, and pH. It includes formulas and questions to test understanding.

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This resource provides a glossary of terms related to chemistry.

 

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This resource helps students to understand what atoms are and what they are composed of.

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This short resource answers the question 'Is it true that no two snow crystals are alike?'. It describes the unique formation of snow crystals and discusses the affects of atmospheric conditions on them.

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