The holidays are here and I have a very special gift for you: Four miscellaneous fun labs that you can do with your classes (of all ages) or with your family. Call me Santa!
Speaking of the holidays, if you’ve got a special science teacher in your life, consider giving them the gift of the link to this site (it’s http://www.teachercav.com). Not only do we have lots of great stuff, but it’s all completely free to use. You don’t have to tell them the site is free though – tell them it’s a subscription that costs lots of money if you’re interested in getting something good in return.
- If you homeschool, check out the new chemistry curriculum I’m putting together at www.SEAChem2020.org. It, like all of my resources, is free.
- If you’re a classroom teacher, you might want to check out the SEAChem site, too, because the resources I’m posting there are all suitable for classroom use, too.
- My high school chemistry textbook Chemistry the Awesomest Science is picking up in popularity and is being used in a number of schools worldwide. Why not check it out and use it with your class, too?
- Middle school physical science teachers may prefer my textbook in progress, Physical Science: A Smorgasbord of Knowledge. It’s not yet done, but might help with your teaching.
- I haven’t updated my YouTube channel in a long time, but if you haven’t seen it you might find it amusing.
Anyhow, I hope you’re having a good holiday season and get lots of turkey and gifts and so forth. And if you’re a teacher, take a few days during the break to relax and drink a lot of egg nog.
A quick bonus note: If you’re having trouble opening .odt files, you can get the info you need by clicking HERE!