- This Glencoe worksheet, "Atoms and Their
covers the basics of atomic theory.
- And this Glencoe worksheet, " Life
deals with the three main nutrients.
- Have students try this "Chemistry of Life"
crossword puzzle game.
this "Iron in Your Cereal"
to show the presence of minerals in foods.
- For an
easier version of the above, "Cereal Flake Races,"
is done on an
overhead projector and includes a Quicktime
- Have students try this Java
- Or try
this Java "Biochemistry
Review" jeopardy game.
- Or this Java
Chemistry of Life" matching
- Here's an "Amino
Acids" matching game.
- Try this "Chemistry
for Biology" wordsearch puzzle.
- Use C.
Class Notes and have students take her "Biochemistry"
- Play this Quia
Rags to Riches "Biochemistry"
is an enzyme simulation
activity using toothpicks.
students figure out what the chemicals in their bodies are worth with
this "How Much Are You Worth?"
activity from Alexis Book, a chemistry, physics, and science teacher at
"Food Chemistry Testing"
links for buying indicators and test solutions.
- Or try this "Organic Compounds"
lab. It has a different test for lipids.
- This "Food Chemistry" unit
Student Volunteers for Science
also contains a food testing
- In this
"Breakfast Cereal Lab" ,
students analyze the ingreadients in various breakfast cereals.
- In "McMush"
students analyze the food
content of a McDonald's "Happy
Susan from the NSTA Biology Listserve contributed these "McMush
- Try Thomas
Wanamaker's "Enzyme Simulation"
- Students determine whether yeast are
fermentation in Kim
Rebello's "Fermentation Bottles"
- The "Food
Chemistry Experiments" booklet
Institute of Food
63 pages of food experiments, activities, and puzzles.
- "Mello JELL-O" is
a lab that demonstrates the effects of enzymes in detergent on Jell-o.