Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Science Showcase: First Up - CHEMISTRY!

I've decided to start a regular feature in which I'll be introducing you to some fantastic freebies and paid products to help you teach science!  I'm going to start this week with some CHEMISTRY FREEBIES!

First up for chemistry teachers and students of all ages: Kelly Wilson's Chemistry Jokes and Riddles.
Everybody loves a good joke. Share these silly chemistry jokes with your students and other teachers to have a good laugh!  There are 15 pages of jokes and riddles.  Use these to have fun and keep smiling!


Next, for elementary scientists its Chemistry for Kids: an experiment investigating solid, liquid and gas.  This freebie comes to you from Science for Kids.
Your kids will love this chemistry experiment! It is a great way to teach the scientific method, to use as an intro to basic chem, or as a wrap-up to a solid, liquid, gas unit. Have your little scientists add a solid and a liquid to a baggie and then watch the bag get bigger and bigger and bigger as a gas is produced! This one never fails to amaze and delight!

And for your middle school classes, check out Tangstar Science's Properties of Matter Task Cards.

These 32 FREE Task Cards with editable template provide a great activity for student centered enrichment or review. It is a handy tool for early finishers or as an independent study or group activity. This hits common core standards for reading, listening, writing and speaking.

And from my own store, Teen Students in Science Clip Art.


8 different images of students in the lab and using technology.  Each image provided in both color and black and white line art.

We'd love to know what you think!  If you have a product you'd like to see featured on the Science Showcase, please email me at TeacherTM@aol.com.



6 comments:

  1. Hi Terri! Thank you so much for including my chemistry jokes in today's blog. You just made my day! <3

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  2. Glad you like it! Nothing like a little punny humor!

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    1. Hahahaha! That's funny. I think I'll need to keep my ION you! I gave your post some love on my blog and my KC Facebook page. Hopefully, you'll get some more traffic headed your way.

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  3. Looks great! The products are so creative!

    Jane
    Learning in the Little Apple

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  4. Great science showcase Terri (oops about the Kelly!!) ! & thanks so much for featuring one of my freebies!!
    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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