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  • Acid-Base Indicators This introduction to acid-base indicators includes a helpful table of Carolina's indicator ranges, the pH values of common household acids and bases, plus a fun "invisible ink" demonstration that you and your students will enjoy. View »
  • Foaming Rainbow Demonstration In this demo, you add dry ice to a basic solution of dish detergent and universal indicator. As carbon dioxide is released from the solution, it forms bubbles with the dish detergent, producing a mass of foam. View »
  • Periodic Table Mystery P is less dense than S. S is an alkali metal. E is a noble gas. In this activity, students generate a periodic table from clues and predict the missing properties of several elements based on the elements’ locations in the table. View »
  • Chemoween and Other Spooky Science Treat your students to some spirited demos and hands-on activities, and celebrate Halloween as the finale to your October science explorations. View »
  • Egg-cellent Chemistry: How to Marble Eggs Decorating eggs is a fun and memorable way to illustrate scientific concepts and make real-world connections. This egg-speriment is appropriate for either the kitchen at home or the laboratory at school. View »
  • More Paper Clip Chemistry Who knew the common paper clip could be such a versatile teaching assistant? This activity uses several paper clip styles to help students understand empirical formulas and relative masses. View »
  • Teaching Chemistry with Manipulatives Manipulatives can help students (especially visual and tactile learners) understand abstract concepts by allowing them to “see” a chemical structure or process. We offer 2 ideas for creating manipulatives and how to use them. View »
  • Kool-Aid® Chromatography Students encounter mixtures every day though they may not realize it. Use this chromatography activity to teach an important lab technique and introduce or reinforce key science terms and concepts. View »
  • A New Approach to Teaching Atomic Theory For chemistry teacher Siobhan Julian, teaching the history of atomic theory by lecture “was dry and tedious and boring for everyone involved.” Then she took a fresh approach—one that focuses on doing science to learn science history. View »
  • Human Body: Digestive System Review Identify the locations, enzymes, and functions of organs in the digestive system with this graphic organizer. View »
  • Digestion Activity: Pathway and Enzymes Explore the intricacies of digestion and the roles of enzymes with this fill-in-the-blank activity. Includes an answer key. View »
  • Human Body: Integumentary System Review Review the structure and function of the integumentary system with this graphic organizer. View »
  • Cutaneous 2-Point Discrimination Explore the density of receptors in the skin on the hand with this activity. View »
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