Awesome Chemistry Experiments for Kids!
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Chemistry comes alive with hands-on science experiments for kids ages 5 to 10
The world of chemistry is packed with awesome ways for kids to learn and play! Filled with colorful and gooey fun, these science experiments for kids are sure to get them interested in discovering how different substances react together.
Whether it’s creating fizzy bath bombs or making batteries out of coins, each of these science experiments for kids provides a simple hypothesis and the guidance they need to test it out for themselves.
SUMMER 2021 ONLINE AP CHEMISTRY WORKSHOPS FOR TEACHERS
ONLINE WORKSHOP FOR AP CHEMISTRY TEACHERS SUMMER 2021
The online AP chemistry summer workshops for teachers are coming back for the 15th & 16th time in July and August of 2021 respectively
A workshop that focuses on improving AP scores, AP chemistry content, and AP chemistry teaching, and not the edubabble, and mostly spurious lab work that official College Board workshops dwell upon
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