Chemistry Interactives and Videos
Science Kids has a great collection of videos to help you teach the basics of chemistry.
Elearningforkids.org has a great interactive site for older kids. It teaches about chemical changes and then allows students to identify them.
Teachers, here is the chemistry site you have been waiting for. All sorts of activities to do in your class that covers just about all aspects of chemistry. Visit
Wonders of our World.
Do you have a difficult time helping students understand the difference between mass and weight? This downloadable
worksheet may be just the solution.
Are you teaching chemistry, but have forgotten your high school chemistry basics? Check out
Basic Chemistry and ChemTutor to refresh your skills or answer your questions.
The Exploratorium has links to
interactive and graphic sites in basic chemistry. You'll want to visit this one.
For K-2 teachers, the
Ruff Ruffman Show from PBS is a great resource for teaching beginning Chemistry concepts. The collections includes complete teaching guides, five engaging videos, Cookie Creator game, and hands-on activities.
An interactive game for your classroom on the
carbon cycle. Check this out.
Teacher resources from the Jefferson Lab. Check out their interactive Periodic Table of Elements, as well as their games, puzzles, flash cards and video. Helpful site for teachers.
Atomic structure Powerpoint for you to download and show your class.
Classroom Chemistry from NOVA — lesson plans and more
The Royal Society of Chemistry offers a cornucopia of resources devoted to
Chemistry in Everyday Life — mostly related to cooking and food. Fun and interesting.