Click one of the links above and let's start playing!
Element quiz - If you are teaching students about the elements and their symbols, this is a good place to start. The quiz is like a trivia game, it's fun, addictive, and a bit competitive. There are 43 multiple choice questions and you keep getting the same questions until
you get them right. When all the questions have been answered correctly, there is a finish screen - just ask the students to show you the finish screen and you can mark their computer assignment as complete. Or you can make them keep replaying the quiz until the finish screen shows they've learned enough to get a certain number correct in a row (ex. 20 or more).
I've also included a worksheet if you'd like them to write down the answers for future study.
Classic Chembalancer - If you are teaching students how to balance chemical equations for the first time, this is a good place to start.
It's identical to the old game that was at http://www.dun.org/sulan/chembalancer. To mark it, either have them show you the finish screen and mark it as complete or have them fill out this worksheet.
Review Chembalancer - If you are reviewing how to balance chemical equations with your students, this is a good place to start. It's ideal for students
reviewing balancing chemical equations who played Classic Chembalancer last year and want some new questions this year. To mark it, have them show you the finish screen and mark it as complete or have them fill out this worksheet.
Brain Boggle Chembalancer - The enrichment version of Chembalancer. Ideal for students who finish Classic Chembalancer or Review Chembalancer early
and are in the mood for a challenge. To mark it, have them show you the finish screen and mark it as complete or have them fill out this worksheet.
look up for a message at the top of Internet Explorer that says "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this file
from showing active content that could access your computer. Click here for options....". Click the message, then pick "Allow Blocked Content" from the menu that pops up
Road of Life cat music video: I wrote this song to teach people not to abandon pets and to adopt: A cat sings of loving her owner, being abandoned by the road, and learning to love again with her rescuer.