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High School Chemistry Semester 1

Fun Chemistry Science Camp: Introduction to Chemistry

Mrs. Dawn Huffman, Certified Teacher
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(439)
Students will engage in interactive and hands-on learning about the basics of chemistry (#academic)

Class experience

US Grade 1 - 4
Meeting 1 - Objects to represent atoms in the three states of matter (Skittle, Fruit loops, M&Ms, or any other small circular object would work.)
What’s the Matter Float Lab - Root Beer Soda or another favorite soda, 2 scoops of favorite Ice Cream, Cup, and Straw 

Meeting 2 - Three different color pony beads or small objects to represent protons, neutrons, and electrons

Meeting 3 - Object to use as a Bingo chip

Meeting 4- 
1st Potion Lab:
Safety Glasses
Tray to place under you while making the potion
1 Cup White Vinegar (Bezoar)
1/4 cup Baking Soda (PepperUp Potion)
3 CLEAR glass jars, vases, cups or beakers (One with labeled Veritaserum, One labeled Bezoar and add white vinegar prior to class, and the other labeled PepperUp Potion and add baking soda prior to class - you can have fun with this creating labels or make it simple using masking tape and markers)
Stir Stick (Wand)
Yellow Food Dye (Phoenix Tears)

2nd Potion
2 cups cornstarch  (Draught of Living Death)
1 cup water (Essence of Dittany)
1 plastic container or cauldron (no holes)
2 glass jars, cups or beakers (label one Draught of Living Death and add cornstarch prior to class, label the other Essence of Dittany and add water prior to class)
Blue food Dye (Unicorn Tears)
Stir Stick (Wand)

Meeting 5 -
Students will need a red and blue colored pencil/crayon

pH paper, which can be ordered using this link:

Substances testing using pH paper include:  
1.  Baking soda dissolved in water
2.  Mouthwash
3.  Lemon Juice
4.  Cola
5.  Vinegar
6.  Handsoap
7.  Laundry Soap
8.  Orange Juice

Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
We will be using scissors in this course and learners will need safety goggles as we will be dealing with chemicals/substances in meeting 4 and 5.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(439)
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for 5 classes
1x per week, 5 weeks
45 min

Completed by 55 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-10
6-10 learners per class

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