Do You Understand Chemistry Yet?

That’s French for “Do you speak Chemistry?” I did some checking of my grade book, here’s what I found… 7 kids still didn’t do the Temperature Lab (old,…

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Naming Compounds (yay!)

Naming compounds will allow us to “talk” to each other about chemicals all year.  There are a few rules, and you need to learn them, practice them, and…

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What’s Due Now or Soon – Oct 8

Happy Birthday Bobby and Georgia, my twin siblings! As for the rest of you: I need the Chemical and Physical Changes Lab – it’s overdue. The Electrons Lab…

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New Short Week

No school on Friday!  Yay!   Here’s our plan… Tues.  AM Chem works on electron orbitals and some isotope math. Tues.  PM Chem does the Electrons Lab Wed. AM…

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Chem + Physical Changes Lab

Below you will find a link to help guide you through this lab report. This lab is designed to give you a hands-on experience doing chemistry, but your…

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Celebration for Matter is Wednesday

Wednesday is the Celebration of Knowledge for the topic of Matter. Study things like particle diagrams, counting atoms in formulas, Phases of matter and Phase Changes (all six)….

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Art, I Mean Chemistry

Mixtures are physical blends of matter, that retain their own properties.  They are mixed up, but they are not something new. To separate mixtures, you need to take…

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First Celebration is Monday

Be Ready, study, review BASICS, Homework assignments and answers, Handouts and answers, and all class notes. Don’t wait until Sunday night.  Good luck!

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Penny Lab, Done Right

Click on this link to get a print out of what your Penny lab should look like when done.  

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Meet the Beatles, I mean Teachers

A great album from a long time ago, introduced Americans to the band called the Beatles.  Look what happened once we woke up to them! Here’s your chance…

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