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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(525)
In this exciting hands-on course learners will use physics and chemistry to safely split water into its components of hydrogen and oxygen gases. Learners learn and apply the important chemical concept of the decomposition reaction.

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US Grade 6 - 9
Learners learn the methods of prediction, testing, recording results, and improvement.  Learners will be able to use hands-on activity using everyday items to create a fun and exciting experiment. 
I am a middle school and high school math and science teacher with nine years of experience.  Additionally, I am a homeschooling dad of 12+years who has four kids that are four different types of learners.    

I have the privilege to teach many subject areas, but chemistry is my favorite as it applies to all other areas of science.  My opinion is that if a student understands major chemical concepts, other sciences become more clear.  

I hold a MS and BS in the natural sciences.
1- 2 or 3 cup food plastic storage container - don't buy a new one, use what you have (example picture:https://tinyurl.com/yat484af) 
3-4 rubber bands (~3 inches in size) 
1-roll of electrical tape
2- Standard school pencils (not mechanical) sharpened at both ends of each pencil.
Water 16-24 oz
Piece of cardboard (~6" X 6")
3-4 T of baking soda
1- 9 volt battery
Copper wire options.  Choose ONE of the following sets:
- two alligator clipped wires (see link: https://tinyurl.com/y82qgvqj)
- two copper wires with ends exposed 
- two 9-volt terminal (see this link https://tinyurl.com/y73jv33u)

2- small test tubes.  Used to collect the gasses.  Here is an example link:  https://tinyurl.com/ya79c4sq
If learners wish to complete the experiment with me, they are welcome to do so! See the supply list for all items necessary for this class.
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(525)
I am enthusiastic about helping students become life long learners!  My favorite question from students is: "what would happen if?"  Kids are naturally curious and my goal is to fuel curiosity via discussion and investigation with students.  One... 
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Ages: 11-16
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