Christian Kids Explore Chemistry Planning Session

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Christian Kids Explore Chemistry Planning Session

This week I am laying out our Christian Kids Explore Chemistry notebooks. I am pretty excited to be teaching chemistry this year! Although I love the experiments in the book, I am planning on adding two or three more to our class each week.

I chose to keep the notebook divided by the units outlined in the book. Thankfully the CD that came with the book helped to print out the student pages for each lesson.

I did make a section for vocabulary. My boys are already doing a lot of writing in their other subjects, so I typed up the vocabulary on address labels. Then I created a page with outlined boxes in two columns. Since the labels are white, I chose to print the blank boxes on yellow paper.

My oldest does have an extra section for the elements. I found an extra book A guide to the Elements that gives a brief history about each element. Choosing 3 a week, he will do a notebook page on each element. My youngest will do the element cards as outlined in Lesson 4 of the book Christian Kids Explore Chemistry.

If you would like a cover page for your chemistry notebook here is the one I made for my boys, chemistry-notebook-page

Since I was on a roll with planning, your students might enjoy a little hangman with their chemistry vocabulary. This was a hit for our first class! hangman-chem

If you are looking for more information,  The Homeschool Scientist did a product review of Christian Kids Explore Chemistry.

 

 

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Comments

  1. The element notebook cards are a great idea! Just think, at the end of the year, you are going to have a periodical stack of elements that the kids can go back to for years.

    • Stacey says:

      Thanks for stopping by Marci! Yes, I think I need to come up with some games for those element cards.

  2. Michelle Komisor says:

    Im using the same book this year with my son and I just created flashcard decks of all the vocabulary words and scriptures on http://www.quizlet.com. If you want to use them just search by Christian kids explore chemistry unit and they should all be there Looking forward to this material too! in His Grip. Michelle

    • Stacey says:

      Yeah, sounds good. Our internet is slow here so we do somethings the old school way 🙂
      Stacey

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