My Favorite Way to Introduce the Periodic Table ⋆ Sunrise Science Blog
This sounds really nerdy but I absolutely love the Periodic Table. I think it’s one of the most fascinating tools in science and I love bringing it to life for my students. I have created a lot of resources around the Periodic Table because as a young student I never really appreciated its usefulness. Through college and grad school, I really did. This ‘Periodic People’ activity has become a favorite lesson and definitely my favorite way to introduce the concept of the Periodic Table as a…
A complete list of reactions of #alkenes. A must-know list for the first semester organic chemistry. #organicchemistry #ochem #orgo #cheatsheet #chemistrymajor #chemistrystudent #chemistryteacher #mcat #mcatprep #mcatstudying #chemistry #handwritten #handwrittennotes #chemistrynotes
Are you looking for full curved-arrow mechanisms and stereochemistry of reactions of alkenes? These are the notes for you! What’s Included: Catalytic Hydrogenation of Alkenes Halogenation of Alkenes Oxyhalogenation and Alkcoxyhalogenation of Alkenes Hydrohalogenation, Catalytic Hydration, and Addition of Alcohols to Alkenes Anti-Markovnikov Radical Hydrohalogenation of Alkenes Oxymercuration-Reduction and Alkoxymercuration of Alkenes Hydroboration-Oxidation of Alkenes Alkene…
Does it snow where you live? If not, let’s bring snow to your kids with this snowstorm in a jar STEM experiment that will have your kids go “oOoOo” and “ahhhhh”! Since we don’t get snow in SoCal (at least not where I live), it’s difficult to explain the concept of snow to my kids. But in … Snowstorm in a Jar Science Experiment Read More »
Erupting Lemon Volcano Chemistry Experiment for Kids Science
An erupting lemon volcano is the perfect kitchen science activity or chemistry experiment to try with the kids. Lemon volcano science is easy to do with a few kids or a whole group, ages 3-10! Explore a fizzy chemical reaction using citrus fruits. Easy chemistry including lava lamps, magic milk, and skittles science!