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Science With Miss Robyn: Chemistry Basics for Beginners Camp

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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(218)
In this 4 day camp, the kids will learn about atomic structure, molecules, electron configuration, and chemical bonds with hands on activities.

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US Grade 3 - 5
Beginner Level
Students will learn the basics of atomic structure and chemical bonding.
 Hi, I'm Miss Robyn, and I have taught kids of all ages as a public school teacher, private instructor with my local homeschool organization, and as a 4-H leader.  I enjoy sharing my interests which include: baking & cooking, science, gardening, reading, hiking, and being in nature.  I do hold a teacher's certification for the state of Texas.  
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Day 1 Choice of: Clay, homemade salt dough or store bought salt dough, small beads, sequins, dried beans, Skittles, M&Ms, etc. 1 copy of the periodic table needs to be printed for class. It will be used for all classes. Day 2 1 handout of the Bohr model will need to be printed for class. periodic table from day 1 1 copy of the Bohr model practice handout needs to be printed for class. M&Ms, Skittles, jellybeans, gummy bears, gumdrops, different colored small pom poms, different colored buttons, different colored small sequins, or different colored pony beads. You can choose one or more of these items to use for class. Day 3 1 copy of the double Bohr model handout 1 copy of the periodic table from Day 1 You can choose one of these items to use for class: M&Ms, Skittles, jellybeans, gummy bears, gumdrops, different colored very small pom poms, different colored small buttons, different colored small sequins, or different colored pony beads. You will need: a few sheets of notebook paper pencil with eraser Day 4 You will need several of each item because we will be making several molecule models. items such as small colored marshmallows, gummy bears, gumdrops, (just one of these items; don't have to use all three) If you don't want to use edible items, different colored clay can be used as well. toothpicks copy of the periodic table
We will be using small objects like dried beans, beads, Skittles, M&Ms, etc. to represent electrons.
Toothpicks will be used to make the molecule models on day 4 and gumdrops, D.O.T.S. candy, or any small chewy candy that can be pierced by toothpicks.  Clay, salt dough, may be used as well as raisins, small marshmallows, etc.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(218)
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Hi, I’m Miss Robyn, and I enjoy learning!   Earning my Bachelor of Science degree in Education with a minor in Mass Communications has allowed me to teach  children in public schools, lead a 4-H club, and teach as an instructor with my local home... 
Group Class

$95

for 4 classes
4x per week, 1 week
45 min

Completed by 16 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-11
1-6 learners per class

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