Starting in January, my students will be learning about stoichiometry. Each year, it proves to be the most difficult of topics. Does anyone have any resources they find are effective? I always try to make it easier to understand while still helping my students develop a conceptual understanding of the topic. Thanks in advance!
Drop me a line after the weekend and I’ll send you an activity that has students doing stoichiometry without knowing they’re learning. All while roasting marshmallows for s’mores.
Good Afternoon Bryan,
Please share your stoichiometry activity that will get students doing
stoichemetry without them knowing they're learnin.
When I taught in the high school classroom, I modified this worksheet into a classroom activity where they actually made the skitbursts and tootsiebears. They loved it! It was my introduction to limiting reactants and then we practiced it with chemistry examples after.
Thanks, everyone! Much appreciated!
You can email me at [email protected]. Thanks in advance.
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