Monday, March 31, 2014

Chemical Educational Foundation

 
Check out this post from the Chemical EducationalFoundation®
They are offering Free Science Lesson Plans!
 
 
Have you been looking for free resources to get your kids excited about science? Hunting for fun activities that use household materials and are accessible to parents and educators with non-science backgrounds? I’d like to invite you to try the You Be The Chemist® Activity Guides: Lesson Plans for Making Chemistry Fun. The Activity Guides are FREE to download and recently won a Teachers’ Choice Award from Learning Magazine® – the only awards program that is exclusively judged by teachers in the classroom. With over 1,000 pages of material, you can choose to do just a few of the activities – or try them all!




Designed for students in grade levels K-8, the Activity Guides introduce important science concepts through hands-on activities and real-world connections. The guides are divided into two manuals by grade level (K-4 and 5-8), and each contain 30+ lesson plans for activities that you can do with your students—using materials found at most grocery or big-box stores—to  build their understanding of chemistry and general science. Each lesson plan contains supplemental science content to help you feel comfortable presenting the material. Beyond inquiry-based activities, the guides contain activity sheets with answer keys, vocabulary, and more!




And best of all, the Activity Guides are completely FREE. Produced by the Chemical EducationalFoundation® (CEF), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting youth science education, the Activity Guides can be downloaded (as a whole or as individual lessons) from the CEF website. You can also order a flash drive with all of the content pre-loaded for $10 (cost of production/shipping).

Try the Activity Guides with your kids today! If you have any questions about the materials or about CEF, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, either via e-mail (comments@chemed.org) or by phone at 703/ 527-6223.

-CEF Staff
 
 
Get your FREE Science Activity Guides HERE!
 

1 comment:

  1. Jacqueline R. FullerNovember 21, 2015 at 1:02 AM

    A written perfectly and hot and cold was very much easy to understand.

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