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This year in our homeschool, my 4th grader is studying chemistry. He is really enjoying it and learning a lot. I am using the Noeo Chemistry curriculum and it is more of a self-guided study, which I love! So, we have collected some fun Chemistry learning things this year. I thought today I would share some of those fun resources for teaching chemistry to kids. I have also made some Chemical Compound Printable Cards to share with you all!
One simple way to help kids learn the elements is to print out a free Periodic Table and make it into a puzzle for your kids to put back together. This has been good practice for my son.
Have you seen my Periodic Table Battleship post? If not, that’s a REALLY fun one! Check it out.
We also have a bunch of books on chemistry that he enjoys reading. Here are the ones we have and enjoy. . .
Chemistry Books for Kids
The Mystery of the Periodic Table by Benjamin D. Wiker
Adventures With Atoms and Molecules by Robert C. Mebane & Thomas R. Rybolt
Basher’s Chemistry by Dan Green
The Periodic Table by Simon Basher
Chemistry for Every Kid by Janice VanCleave
Fizz, Bubble & Flash by Anita J. Brandolini
DK Eyewitness: Chemistry by Ann Newmark
Chemistry: The Atom and Elements by April Chloe Terrazas
Chemistry Pre-Level 1 (Real Science 4 Kids) by Rebecca W. Keller
Chemistry Games & Toys
We have a really fun game called Elementeo that teaches the different properties of the elements. My son loves playing this game!
We don’t have these Periodic Table Playing Cards, but I am thinking they would be a great one to get soon! Don’t they look neat?
This Periodic Table Tile Set is on my wish list…
I made a pretty cool set of Printable Chemical Compound Cards. They are a great thing to use to practice the compounds with your kids. It includes 19 different chemical compounds!
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