About This Chapter
Chemistry Basics for Elementary School - Chapter Summary
Students will be presented with fun and engaging lessons that cover topics on chemistry basics. Chemistry can be a difficult subject to grasp, so having the right resources can make all the difference in a student's success. There are lesson quizzes that students can use to review their knowledge of the lesson. The lessons are also taught by experts in chemistry, so your students will get a comprehensive and thorough review of this chapter. Whether your students need more assistance with their chemistry homework or it is used in a classroom as a supplement to a lesson plan, this chapter can benefit your students.
Who It's For
Kids who need extra help with chemistry will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There's no faster or easier way to learn about chemistry.
- Students who have fallen behind in understanding chemistry basics
- Students who have learning disabilities or need a little extra help learning about chemistry
- Students who prefer multiple ways of learning science (visual or auditory)
- Students who have missed class and need to catch up
- Students who need an efficient and convenient way to learn about chemistry
- Students who struggle to understand their chemistry teachers
- Students who attend schools without extra science resources
How It Works
- Find lessons in the chapter that cover chemistry topics your student needs to learn or review.
- Press play to watch the video lesson with your student or read through the text lesson.
- Review the lesson or video transcripts, emphasizing the highlighted vocab words to reinforce learning about chemistry.
- Test your student's understanding of each lesson with short quizzes.
- Verify your student understands chemistry by completing the Chemistry Basics for Elementary School chapter exam.
1. Salt Facts: Lesson for Kids
Salt is a natural mineral on Earth. In this lesson, you will learn what salt is, where it comes from, the healthy amount of salt that you need, and what foods contain salt. Continue reading to learn interesting facts about salt.
2. What is Cholesterol? - Lesson for Kids
Did you know that just like the drain in your bathtub, your blood vessels can get clogged? In this lesson you'll learn what cholesterol is, the different types, and how it can cause clogs.
3. Why Do Scientists Need a Common System of Measurement?
Part of the scientific process involves sharing your results with other scientists. To do this, we all need to use the same measurement system, which you'll learn about in this lesson.
4. What is Matter? - Lesson for Kids
In this lesson we'll investigate what matter is made of and what happens when different forms of matter are combined! Let's read on to learn more about matter.
5. Scientific Theory Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples
Have you ever wondered how scientists come up with theories, like Newton's Theory of Gravity? In this lesson, you'll read about the steps that scientists use to develop a scientific theory.
6. Scientific Law Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples
There are many written laws that keep us safe. A scientific law is a little different. For example, all things falling to the ground and the Sun rising and setting can be described with scientific laws. Read this lesson to learn more.
7. Hypothesis Testing Lesson for Kids: Examples & Definition
Scientists spend a lot of time seeking answers and just as much time testing those answers. In this lesson, discover the ins and outs of testing a hypothesis by testing one of your own!
8. How to Write a Hypothesis: Lesson for Kids
In this lesson, we investigate why scientist use a hypothesis, practice how to write a hypothesis, and learn some helpful hints for writing a hypothesis that would make Einstein proud.
9. Scientific Inquiry Lesson for Kids: Process & Definition
Do you know what scientists do? They use scientific inquiry to study the world around them and explain things based on what they find out. This lesson defines scientific inquiry and explains the process of scientific inquiry.
10. pH Scale Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts
Scientists use the pH scale to measure how basic (alkaline) or acidic things are. Learn about the pH scale and take a look at some familiar foods and cleaning products with different pHs, like water, milk, and baking soda.
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Other chapters within the Chemistry for Kids course
- Atoms for Elementary School
- Elements for Elementary School
- Branches of Chemistry for Elementary School
- Group 1 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 2 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 3 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 4 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 5 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 6 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 8 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 9 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 10 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 12 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 13 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 14 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 15 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 16 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 18 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- F-Block Elements for Elementary School
- Group 11 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School
- Group 17 of the Periodic Table for Elementary School