[neact] Fwd: [Nhsci-ed] FW: ACS Chemistry kit

  • From: carypq <carypq@xxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 14:13:36 -0500 (EST)




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From: Kurtz, Timothy <Timothy.Kurtz@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: NHSci-Ed Listserve <nhsci-ed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: jhkessler <jhkessler@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Mon, Feb 13, 2012 2:09 pm
Subject: [Nhsci-ed] FW: ACS Chemistry kit

Please share with science teachers in grades 4-8.


-          Tim


From: James Kessler [mailto:jhkessler@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, February 13, 2012 11:17 AM
To: Kurtz, Timothy
Subject: ACS Chemistry kit


Hi Mr. Kurtz,


The Education Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has
developed a kit of chemistry activities for classrooms in grades 4-8.
The kit is free and we have begun distributing them to teachers who have
signed up for one. We noticed that we have very few teachers from New
Hampshire who have registered for a kit. If you could forward the
message below to principles or teachers in grades 4-8 who might be
interested in receiving a free chemistry activity kit, that would be


Thanks a lot,

Jim Kessler, ACS Education



Request a FREE Science Activity Kit to celebrate the International Year
of Chemistry 2011!


Although it's now 2012, Chemistry: Investigating Your World kits are
still available.  The kit is designed with enough materials for multiple
classes of 12 to 32 students, working in groups of 4. The activities,
reading level, and content are appropriate for students in fourth
through eighth grades. 


Request a kit at www.acs.org/iyckit <http://www.acs.org/iyckit> .  


Using the lessons in the kit, students will see demonstrations and do
hands-on activities investigating the clues of chemical change. 


*       Production of a gas
*       Formation of a precipitate
*       Color Change 
*       Change in temperature


Check out the four lessons to find out how meeting scientists around the
world, investigating clues of chemical change, and real-life
applications are woven together to make learning chemistry relevant and
fun. Then be sure to request <http://www.acs.org/iyckit>  your free kit
as soon as possible. Supplies are limited! 


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