Chemistry and Great Scientists Scope and Sequence

The Chemistry and Great Scientists Task Card set includes 30 cards and an Introduction to the course. The cards may be used by students in grades K – 6 and are intended to be used at a pace of about one per week.  Younger students who are currently developing their reading and math skills will not be overwhelmed by these cards. Upper elementary and advanced early elementary students will find these tasks the perfect springboard for further scientific investigation. Topics included on the cards follow.

1 – Chemistry, chemical reaction

2 – Chemistry in nature

3 – Mixtures, solutions, suspensions, colloids

4 – Atoms, nucleus, protons, neutrons, electrons

5 – Molecules

6 – The Elements

7 – Compounds

8 – The Periodic Table

9 – 10 Hydrogen and Alkali Metals

11 – 12 Transition Metals

13 – 14 Ordinary Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloids

15 – 16 Halogens and Noble Gasses

17 – 18 Lanthanides and Actinides

19 – Oxidation, Reduction, Acids, Bases

20 – Synthetics and Plastics

21 – Pythagoras, Hippocrates

22 – Aristotle, Archimedes

23 – Leonardo da Vinci, Nicolas Copernicus, Galileo Galilei

24 – Sir Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin

25 – Antoine and Marie Lavoisier

26 – Charles Darwin, Louis Pasteur

27 – Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell

28 – Marie Curie, Albert Einstein

29 – The Wright Brothers, Edwin Hubble

30 Jonas Salk, Alexander Fleming

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