Chemistry Reader Bundle: The Basics

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Chemistry Readers (12) bundle
  • What is Chemistry?

    What is Chemistry introduces young students to chemistry with this simply written, colorful reader. Students learn that chemists are scientists who study what the world is made of.
  • Atoms

    In Atoms, young children discover atoms, a basic concept in chemistry. Atoms are like building blocks that makeup everything we touch, taste, smell, or see.
  • Molecules

    In Molecules, young children explore molecules, a basic concept in chemistry. Everything is made of atoms that join together, using linking electrons to make molecules.
  • Atoms and Molecules Meet

    In Atoms and Molecules Meet, young children are introduced to the science of chemical reactions– when atoms and molecules bond to make more molecules, or molecules break apart.
  • Solids, Liquids and Gases

    In Solids, Liquids and Gases, young readers are introduced to the states of matter. Water exists as a solid (ice), a liquid, or a gas (water vapor) depending on how much energy the water molecules have. Energy and molecules are explained.
  • Acids and Bases

    In Acids and Bases, young readers learn that acids and bases have different properties because they are made of different molecules. Acids have an “H” group in their molecules and bases have an “OH” group.
  • French Fries and Fizzy Pop

    In French Fries and Fizzy Pop, young readers learn the chemistry of taste. Atoms makeup everything we touch, taste, smell, and see. Atoms link to make molecules. Molecules cause different foods to have different flavors, such as sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.
  • Rubber Rain Boots and Plastic Pink Flamingos

    In Rubber Rain Boots and Plastic Pink Flamingos, young readers are introduced to polymers. A polymer is a molecule made of many repeating units.
  • Proteins

    In Proteins, young readers are introduced to proteins. A protein is a polymer—a long chain of atoms and molecules linked together. Protein polymers fold into different shapes, including coils and sheets. These shapes allow proteins to behave like tiny machines that do most of the jobs inside the body.
  • DNA

    In DNA, young readers are introduced to DNA, a polymer made of two long strands of atoms and molecules linked together and wrapped around each other in a double helix shape. DNA is found inside cells and creates a genetic code that determines many of the characteristics of a living thing.
  • Heat

    In Heat, young readers are introduced to the concept of heat. Heat is a form of energy and is caused by the movement of atoms and molecules. The faster they move the more heat is created. Heat changes water from ice to liquid to steam. Atoms and molecules are described.
  • Marshmallows, Mud Pies, and Messy Rooms

    In Marshmallows, Mud Pies, and Messy Rooms, young readers learn the chemistry of mixtures: any two or more things mixed together—large things to molecules. Mixtures can be separated by hand or with tools, including filtration, evaporation, and paper chromatography.

What is Chemistry?

What is Chemistry introduces young students to chemistry with this simply written, colorful reader. Students learn that chemists are scientists who study what the world is made of.

95 in stock

Atoms

In Atoms, young children discover atoms, a basic concept in chemistry. Atoms are like building blocks that makeup everything we touch, taste, smell, or see.

95 in stock

Molecules

In Molecules, young children explore molecules, a basic concept in chemistry. Everything is made of atoms that join together, using linking electrons to make molecules.

95 in stock

Atoms and Molecules Meet

In Atoms and Molecules Meet, young children are introduced to the science of chemical reactions– when atoms and molecules bond to make more molecules, or molecules break apart.

95 in stock

Solids, Liquids and Gases

In Solids, Liquids and Gases, young readers are introduced to the states of matter. Water exists as a solid (ice), a liquid, or a gas (water vapor) depending on how much energy the water molecules have. Energy and molecules are explained.

21 in stock

Acids and Bases

In Acids and Bases, young readers learn that acids and bases have different properties because they are made of different molecules. Acids have an “H” group in their molecules and bases have an “OH” group.

95 in stock

French Fries and Fizzy Pop

In French Fries and Fizzy Pop, young readers learn the chemistry of taste. Atoms makeup everything we touch, taste, smell, and see. Atoms link to make molecules. Molecules cause different foods to have different flavors, such as sweet, sour, salty, and bitter.

95 in stock

Rubber Rain Boots and Plastic Pink Flamingos

In Rubber Rain Boots and Plastic Pink Flamingos, young readers are introduced to polymers. A polymer is a molecule made of many repeating units.

95 in stock

Proteins

In Proteins, young readers are introduced to proteins. A protein is a polymer—a long chain of atoms and molecules linked together. Protein polymers fold into different shapes, including coils and sheets. These shapes allow proteins to behave like tiny machines that do most of the jobs inside the body.

95 in stock

DNA

In DNA, young readers are introduced to DNA, a polymer made of two long strands of atoms and molecules linked together and wrapped around each other in a double helix shape. DNA is found inside cells and creates a genetic code that determines many of the characteristics of a living thing.

94 in stock

Heat

In Heat, young readers are introduced to the concept of heat. Heat is a form of energy and is caused by the movement of atoms and molecules. The faster they move the more heat is created. Heat changes water from ice to liquid to steam. Atoms and molecules are described.

20 in stock

Marshmallows, Mud Pies, and Messy Rooms

In Marshmallows, Mud Pies, and Messy Rooms, young readers learn the chemistry of mixtures: any two or more things mixed together—large things to molecules. Mixtures can be separated by hand or with tools, including filtration, evaporation, and paper chromatography.

96 in stock

20 in stock

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