Since our Friendly Chemistry giveaway has so many entries already, I'm assuming that many of us would like some help teaching chemistry! Here is a free find to help:
If your students had an Einstein-look-alike with a British accent teaching chemistry, do you think they'd listen more attentively?
If so, you're in luck. He, along with other scientists from the University of Nottingham, have created the Periodic Table of Videos.
Lisa, a Freely Educate reader, suggested this site to you. She says, "There is a fun and instructional video for each element and many will have a cool experiment to show the properties of the element discussed."
How to Get This Freebie: Visit the Periodic Table of Videos
For: All Ages Studying the Elements
p.s. Here's a little tidbit — Sg is "Seaborgium," named after Glenn Seaborg, a relative of my husband, who found the element. He also discovered Plutonium (Pu).
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