How the difficulty teachers were experiencing in demonstrating the preparation of iron(II) sulfide to students was solved through action research.
Andy Markwick and Kevin Watts explore properties and changes of materials, introducing some ideas for chemistry activities.
Bert Nagel explores how, using just drinking straws and staples, you can make wands that produce beautiful soap bubbles.
Bert Nagel shares another interesting and simple adaptation to create something special out of the ordinary.
There is a wide range of teaching opportunities in the chemistry classroom using traditional LEGO bricks.
The Briggs Rauscher reaction is a simple and relatively inexpensive reaction that illustrates oscillatory behaviour and is often used as a chemical
Claire Walker describes how one child's question created buzz and excitement leading to an engaging and productive investigation for her class
The Royal Society of Chemistry is developing a framework for a relevant and coherent chemistry curriculum for all students.
Deborah Wilkinson and Wayne Stallard consider how materials can support learning and teaching in the primary classroom.
A team of year 12 students investigated the likelihood of the various possible causes of death after children had swallowed button batteries
Keith explores some of the barriers to understanding our chemical environment, covering the areas of atomic particles and burning in particular.
Lego has provided the building blocks of many children's early years.