Please Don’t Eat the Molecules – p. 106 (Conclusion) and p. 107 (Lab Chart)
Purpose:
To create edible models that successfully compare/contrast molecules and compounds.
Materials:
Tooth Picks
Colored food of choice (ex: gummy bears, colored marshmallows, gumdrops, etc.)  1 color for each element used
Hypothesis: (Create your hypothesis for the lab)
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Directions:
Students will use ____________ to create various molecules.
Fill in your chart as you work! Check whether your creation is considered a molecule, compound, or both.
Example Molecules: Water, Ozone, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Gas
Conclusion:
Use your “How to write a good conclusion” on p. 106
Please Don’t Eat the Molecules – p. 106 (Conclusion) and p. 107 (Lab Chart)
Purpose:
To create edible models that successfully compare/contrast molecules and compounds.
Materials:
Tooth Picks
Colored food of choice (ex: gummy bears, colored marshmallows, gumdrops, etc.)  1 color for each element used
Hypothesis: (Create your hypothesis for the lab)
__________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Directions:
Students will use ____________ to create various molecules.
Fill in your chart as you work! Check whether your creation is considered a molecule, compound, or both.
Example Molecules: Water, Ozone, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Gas
Conclusion:
Use your “How to write a good conclusion” on p. 106
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Please Don`t Eat the Molecules Lab