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Chemistry Scavenger Hunt
Visit the Chemistry Links page at the Kid Zone to find these sites!
Use this link:
Go to “Matter Interactive” on then click on “Matter”.
Matter is anything occupying
_ and having ; it is the material of the
1. There are three main phases of matter:
, and
a fourth phase,
, but it exists at very high temperatures.
. There is also
Science Is Fun
Go to the “ChemTime Clock” and answer the questions below.
1. All materials, whether solid, liquid or gas, are made of
. Atoms are the smallest
. Scientists have found over
different kinds of atoms. The many different materials
we encounter are made from
of these atoms. A material in which all atoms are the
same kind is called an
. Therefore, there are over
different elements. Each element has
been assigned a number, called its
2. Search for information about each element on the Chem Time Clock. Use the chemical symbol to identify
each element.
Lightest atom
First discovered in the sun
Lightest metal
Beryl, emeralds, and aquamarine
Found in borax
Atomic number of 11
Atomic number of 7
Diamond and graphite
Major component of air
2nd most abundant element on Earth
Used in making toothpaste
Atomic number of 3
An element in table salt
Glows red-orange with electricity
Atomic number of 12
Name from Greek word for sun
Used in “mag” wheels
Most common atom in universe
Atomic number of 9
Found in buckyballs
Used in laundry detergents
Atomic number of 2
Chem4Kids go to
Use the “overview”, “structure”, and “orbitals” areas in the right margin to find the answers to these
1. Who developed the idea of electron shells, also called orbital shells?
2. What are the three “pieces” to an atom?
Go to “bonding” in the right margin to find the answers to these questions.
1. What is meant by an atom being “happy” ?
2. How many electrons can fit in the 1st shell?
The 2nd?
Go to “Compound Names” on the right to find the answers to these questions.
1. How many chlorine atoms would be in a compound with the name:
a. dichloride?
b. tetrachloride?
c. decachloride?
2. What do you get when you add the following atoms together?
a. one carbon and one oxygen?
b. one carbon and two oxygen?
c. one carbon and four chlorine?
Chemistry-An Introduction
Go to “All About Atoms” and read the information.
Take the atom quiz by clicking “Atoms Quiz” on the top or use the following link:
My Score on this quiz was:
Go to “Physical & Chemical Change” to complete the “T-chart” about physical and chemical changes
Physical Change_
Chemical Change
Take the “Physical and Chemical Changes Quiz” use the link or click on it from the top of the web page.
My Score on this quiz was :
Chem Games
Choose the “Matching” game. Match the common name with the chemical name and fill in the blanks
Acetic acid =
Sodium chloride =
Sodium bicarbonate =
Acetylsalicylic acid =
Ascorbic acid =
Sodium hydroxide =
Sucrose =
Thiamine =
Cobalamin =