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  • Cool Idea 

    Afterschool Resource

    Water and salt can make for some great basic chemistry activities. Your group will see what happens to water and ice when a little salt gets thrown into the mix. Note: part of this activity shows results one day later. As an alternative, you can have the kids prepare the cups of water ahead of time, perhaps at the end of the day before you do this activity (see steps 3 and 4 below).

    3,4,5
  • 2017 in Review: Top Resources 


    2017 is nearing its end. See what resources were most popular on Science NetLinks this year and find out which resources our staff recommend.

    K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
  • Water 1: Water and Ice 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students explore how water can change from a solid to a liquid and then back again.

    K,1,2
  • The Chemistry of Hair Care 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students learn that the chemistry of hair care, including the role of pH, helps in the development of better hair-care products.

    9,10,11,12
  • The Acid Test 

    Lesson

    In this activity, students will prepare a test solution whose color changes when an acid or a base is added.

    6,7,8
  • Color Burst 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students gain experience asking questions and conducting inquiry by exploring the separation of colors in water and other solvents.

    3,4,5
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