Homeschool Chemistry

Homeschool ChemistryChemistry, Grades 9+

Homeschool Chemistry will teach your student everything they need to know to master the subject, and they might even have a little fun along the way!  This accelerated learning program is recommended for ages 12 and up; it will help build that science foundation in homschool chemistry that you’ve been looking for.  Find out about everything from atoms to solutions, and kinetics to thermodynamics!

See below for a detailed listing of topics covered.

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Atomic Theory and Structure Bonds & Molecular Structure States of Matter Solutions
Intro to the Atom Sharing Electrons What is Matter? Solutions and Solubility
Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Isotopes Bonding and Molecules Solids and Liquids Expressing Concentration
The Periodic Table of the Elements Bonding Tendencies Phase Changes and Diagrams Raoult’s Law and Colligative Properties
Electron Energy Levels Isomers Intro to Gases Non-Ideal Behavior
VSEPR Theory Gas Laws
Molecular Geometry


Acids and Bases Chemical Reactions & Equilibrium Stoichiometry Thermodynamics
Chemical Reaction Basic Chemical Reactions What is Stoichiometry? Energy Basics
Definitions of Acids and Bases Precipitation Reactions The Metric System State Functions and Hess’s Law
Properties of Acids and Bases Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Balancing Equations The First Law of Thermodynamics
Acid-Base Reactions Kinetics Molar Conversions The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Other Mixtures Equilibrium Mass Percent and Empirical Formulas Gibbs Free Energy
Nuclear Reactions Limiting Reactants


For Teachers For Students Types of Assignments State & National Standards
RTI alerts Differentiated Instruction 209 vocab words (with audio playback) State Standards
Editable rubrics Note-taking 57 critical thinking questions National Standards
Progress reporting Re-teaching 300 multiple choice questions Common Core
Automatic grading 29 drag n’ drop graphic organizers
Student-to-teacher messaging 261 minutes of video (with scrolling transcripts)

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