Articles in the Let’s Experiment! Category
April 2013, Let's Experiment! »
Looking for experiments that illustrate chemical changes? Here are a few of them.
Let's Experiment!, March 2013 »
Chemistry is all about bangs and colours. Here the author deals with different types of reactions in chemistry.
February 2013, Let's Experiment! »
Simple experiments using chemicals found in everyday household products to help children learn to observe changes and then convert their observations into balanced equations.
January 2013, Let's Experiment! »
Why is carbon unique and what is its link between inorganic and organic chemistry? Read all about carbon and its compounds here.
Let's Experiment!, November 2012 »
This article explains what can be done in the laboratory to illustrate the carbon cycle.
Let's Experiment!, October 2012 »
Get to know the element nitrogen a little more with experiments from this article.
Let's Experiment!, September 2012 »
Nitrogen is a colourless, odourless gas and this makes it difficult to conduct experiments or to observe it directly. However, this article explains why it is important to study the chemistry of nitrogen and its compounds.
July 2012, Let's Experiment! »
Water is a topic studied across classes and disciplines and is essential to life. Here are some experiments that can be brought to the attention of students.
April 2012, Let's Experiment! »
Science is a part of our daily lives and is accessible to everyone. All we need is a little curiosity. ‘The Agenda of the Aprentice Scientist’ is a book that has a lot of activities that can be carried out. Every science teacher and those teaching humanities too need to take a look at this book.