Atomic Structure Elements/Compounds
Chemical Reactions States of Matter

Chemistry Lesson Plans

  • Atoms and Chemical Bonding - Students will understand the core parts of an atom.
  • Balancing RedOx Reactions - Students know how to identify reactions that involve oxidation and reduction and how to balance oxidation-reduction reactions.
  • Chemical and Physical Changes and using the Bunsen Burner - Students will be introduced to various types of Chemical and Physical Changes and the difference between each.
  • Chemists with Character - Students will development an appreciation for the persistence, patience, integrity, rights of others, self-assurance, self-discipline and wisdom found in the chemistry founders.
  • Dimensional Analysis - Learning how to convert measurements within the Metric System, within the English System, and between both systems.
  • Double Replacement Reactions and Gas Laws - Students will understand how a change a gas system of pressure, volume, or temperature affects the overall system.
  • Introduction to Scientific Experimentation - Students will be able to research and gain background information to make educated guesses and think critically about results and outcomes.
  • Lab Safety - This will help you develop lab rules, consequences, and procedures.
  • Moles and Mass - Students able to use formulas to calculate unknowns for the number of moles, mass, entities or formula units.
  1. Nuclear Chemistry - Students determine half-life by looking at a diagram and plotting a graph.
  2. Science Spot- 4 easy lessons.
  3. States of Matter - ildren will gather bottles with different liquids in them and also serval solid objects and then they will observe how the liquids react.
  4. Stoichiometry - Learn to balance chemical equations.
  5. Supernova Chemistry- This lesson gives the student an opportunity to identify elements by using spectroscopy and to relate this activity to astrophysics.
  6. The pH Scale - Students will be able to write 2 paragraphs on what the pH Scale is.
  7. The Science of Matter - Students will understand Chemistry to be the study of stuff of which the universe is composed.
  8. When Carbons Combine - This lesson is an introduction to organic chemistry, focusing on the use of the word 'organic' in chemistry context and bringing up student's prior knowledge on carbon's bonding characteristics.