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Chemistry Learning Resources

Students are not limited to their course curriculum when it comes to learning about chemistry.  At Laurel Springs, we encourage students to expand their knowledge by using online educational activities created by subject matter experts. There are many web resources that can serve as excellent supplements to help kids absorb what can feel like very complex concepts. And for students learning about science outside a traditional classroom, the internet is an especially helpful tool for learning in their kitchens, in virtual labs, or by watching simulations and videos. From interactive games to webquests and terrific graphic resources, put these links on your list for a better understanding of chemistry. 

  • Mixed Reception is an interactive game that asks high school students to solve a mysterious death by using their knowledge of Chemistry concepts.
  • This page offers printable PDF files with different versions of the periodic table of the elements, and is a great resource for middle and high school students.
  • The Molecular Workbench is a site that contains “interactive, visual simulations and activities” about science.  Type in the keyword “chemistry” to for a list of specific resources.
  • The Chemistry of Health website provides an array of resources about how Chemistry helps us have a better understanding of what it means to be healthy.
  • The Accidental Scientist site includes lots of “kitchen chemistry” learning activities.
  • Chemistry at Science360 provides over 60 videos about many different Chemistry concepts.
  • The American Chemical Society offers many educational games for elementary school students.
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