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Chemistry Matters (PDF)
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© AIMS Education Foundation. A single copy of this curriculum may be used by one teacher in his or her own classroom. Please purchase one copy for each teacher. More info.


Grades 5-7
26 activities – 260 pages

Matter and its properties come alive in this activity-packed book that will have students excited about learning. Students will use everyday items to see reactions that are counter to what they’ll expect. How is it that ice will melt but cream will freeze in an activity that has students flipping a plastic bag to make ice cream? And what will they think when they see there are a mixture of colors to be found in their black markers?

Chemistry Matters is filled with hands-on activities that are organized into five sections: properties of matter, changes in matter, conservation of matter, reactions in matter, and organization of matter and the periodic table. Also included are several student mini-books that provide reading in the content area.

Whether students are observing, recording, and classifying properties; investigating types of reactions; or learning the organizational arrangement of the periodic table of elements, there is an abundance of relevant activities that help build basic chemistry concepts.


The free sample below contains the table of contents, and a free activity from this book.
Note: All files are pdf documents requiring Adobe Reader.

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