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Use this conversation starter to get your pupils thinking about the process of rusting, and discussing different possibilities.
Show this Concept Cartoon to your class to get them talking and thinking about condensation in new ways.
Spark discussion and stimulate thinking about acid rain in a way that encourages pupils to share their ideas.
Heston Blumenthal discusses the science of ice cream in this selection of videos.
If you add certain fresh fruit such as pineapple to jelly, it will not set. The task in this resource is to investigate why.
An investigation into whether having the lid on or off affects the colour of green vegetables.
In this activity students devise and carry out experiments to test possible reasons for adding salt when cooking vegetables.
Get hands on with H 2 O, changing states of matter and the water cycle. These experiments and investigations involve water in the context of space. Video: Water in space and the Earth Video: Solids, liquids and gases of water ...
Use this famous experiment to illustrate the changes in density of gases and liquids when compressed
Fun demonstrations of different mixtures, including racing liquids and rainbow colours
Display some exciting solid properties to primary students: including biscuit bashing, dissolving and heavy sugar
Showing the properties of gases to primary students, with examples from: the leaky bottle and the sticky cups
Demonstrate the properties of liquids to primary students, including: suspended ice, heavy sugar and the particle disco
Material changes are demonstrated using fun examples: bouncy custard, bath bombs, burning candles, fire extinguishers, lava lamps and many more
Find out what composites are made up of and why they are so important sporting equipment for the Olympics.
Life is in aqueous solution - and so is much of sport. Find out why the properties of water are vital to the sports men and women who compete in, on, and around water.
Aim: to demonstrate a chemical reaction that produces a gas when reactants are in the correct state.
An activity that allows the collection of data to test whether sports drinks make a difference to performance during short, high intensity exercise.
Come and see what makes bones so strong!
A fun demo to teach about UV light and the action/importance of sunscreen.
FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY
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