Big news coming soon about the Surfnetkids Printables Club! I am very, very close to releasing a new membership platform for the Surfnetkids Printables Club. The good news is that the new platform will make it much easier to manage a membership, retrieve lost passwords, and update payment methods. If you’ve ever been a member, you may remember how clunky the old system was.
Anyway, it’s been a long time coming, but I have the usual excuses about life getting in the way, and so on. I just wanted to drop this pre-announcement here. More details are coming soon.
See ya on the Net,
Barbara J. Feldman
“Surfing the Net with Kids”
Chemistry Printable(** for Premium Members only)
Despite the common misconception that “chemical” means toxic and is the opposite of natural, chemistry is the study of all substances (natural and man-made, toxic and non-toxic). It involves the identification of the building blocks of matter, and the ways they change.
American Chemical Society: Adventures in Chemistry
With online games, science experiments, animated video lessons and printable handouts, the American Chemical Society offers elementary and middle school students a fun hands-on introduction to chemistry. Topics include Secret Science of Braces, Diapers – the Inside Story, Soda Pop, Gum, and Flames.
Khan Academy: Chemistry
“This may be your first time taking chemistry, but chances are you know a lot already from observing the world around you. We will be covering the material in a first year introductory high school or college general chemistry course.” Videos (and transcripts) are arranged by topic, with a Table of Contents for a typical introductory chemistry class. Kahn also offers a video-based guide to AP Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry.
Periodic Table of Comic Books
Now class, open your comic books. Today we are studying the periodic table — and not just Superman and krypton, either. From hydrogen (H) to lawrencium (Lr), clicking on most of the elements in this periodic table will transport you to a comic strip reference. “I know you have no nerves, but my stinger injects a chemical compound of the world’s most potent elemental poisons . . . from lead to arsenic, to chlorine, krypton, selenium, and strontium.” This very creative approach puts the fun back in chemistry. Don’t miss it.
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Printables Club Members Also Get …
Surfnetkids Printables Club Members also get the following printables to use in the classroom, the computer lab, the school library, or to send home with students:
Chemistry Wikipedia Printable
How to Make Slime Printable
Cool Science Experiments Printable
Easy Science Experiments Printable
Manhattan Project Printable
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Quote of the Week
“All experience is an arch to build upon.” ~~ Henry B. Adams ~~ (1838–1918), historian and author of “The Education of Henry Adams.” Discover more about Henry B. Adams by clicking the link.
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