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Friday, February 10, 2012

Physical and Chemical Changes

Oh my, it has been a long time since I took Chemistry class, lol! Though this chapter was much easier than the last chapter to understand, and explain. Thanks to Betchai for clarifying the last post topic for me. The short video below explains physical and chemical changes in a simple way, an is intended for middle school age kids.


4 comments:

betchai said...

these videos are very helpful indeed, Melissa, thanks for sharing.

Melissa said...

I know they help DJ, so they must be helpful to others as well. Have a great Saturday!

Anne said...

That must be one of the most challenging part of homeschooling, teaching areas where you are not as strong. I know I always get frustrated when I am trying to help my daughter with algebra that doesn't make sense. Although, it is a chance for you to learn it as well. Since I like to have all the answers, I worry I might make them up which wouldn't help my kids at all.

Melissa said...

LOL, Anne. I don't make up any answers. However, if I do not have an answer key, sometimes I don't, I just Google it and nine times out of ten I can find it. If it is something that is really challenging me, I set that aside until I can do more research on the topic. But yes it is frustrating when I feel like I don't understand something.

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