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Chemistry

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Acid Rain Demonstration

Students learn how acid rain is formed and the use of pH indicators.

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Ocean Acidification

Students will learn how the production of carbon dioxide contributes to environment issues such as ocean acidification.

Chemistry

Pure Substances and Mixtures

Learn about the properties of pure substances and mixtures.

Chemistry

Fluids

Learn about the properties of fluids.

Chemistry

Elements and Compounds

A hands-on activity set focused on elements and compounds and their use in everyday life.

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Meet the Greenhouse Gases

Learn about global warming and the structure of greenhouse gases.

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Filtration Station

Learn about the importance of clean water and create your own water filter!

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Airy Acidification

Students learn how greenhouse gases contribute to ocean acidification.

Information Technology Volunteer Activities

Brain Buster Virtual Quiz

Students participate in a series of exciting virtual quizzes.

Chemistry Volunteer Activities

Mix It Up

Students explore why some things dissolve but not others by learning about particle interactions.

Chemistry Volunteer Activities

Create a Sunprint

Students will use a special type of paper that is sensitive to the sun to create fun prints and designs on the paper using sunlight.

Chemistry Volunteer Activities

Three States of Matter: Orange Soda

Students learn about the three states of matter and how they might interact in one system using baking soda solid and orange juice liquid in a cup to produce "orange soda" gas.

Chemistry Volunteer Activities

Physical vs. Chemical Changes

Students use kitchen materials to look at changes and determine if they are chemical or physical changes.

Chemistry Volunteer Activities

The Application of Polymers: Plastics!

Students are introduced to different types of household plastics and the concept of polymers and then complete two related experiments.

Chemistry Volunteer Activities

Chromatography Butterfly

Watch water flow up a coffee filter and separate the dye in a permanent marker, then create a butterfly with the end result.