Free printable chemistry worksheets for National Mole Day

Nerd is the new sexy. In fact, Party City named geek and nerd costumes in the Top 10 Halloween costumes for 2014. And National Mole Day (as in chemistry not animals or that Mexican paste stuff), October 23, celebrates nerds and geeks. Did that send you scurrying to Google to refresh on what the heck a mole is? No need. The NMDF (National Mole Day Foundation), the folks who originated the idea, explain. National Mole Day is celebrated from 6:02 am to 6:02 pm to connect with Avogadro's Number (6.02 x 1023), a chemistry measuring unit, from whence come the term "molecules." A molecule's mole number in grams equals its molar mass. The point of Mole Day is to get kids interested in chemistry (the class subject, not the interpersonal kind!) To celebrate, here are free printable chemistry worksheets, charts, games and lesson plans.   Free printable chemistry worksheets for National Mole Day | Examiner.com

Free printable animal classification worksheets, taxonomy charts and diagrams

Parents, are you homeschooling your kids are thinking about it? Then you'll want to avail yourself of the many free printable lesson plans and worksheets online. Maybe you're needing resources for science homework help? Here are free printable animal classification charts, worksheets and taxonomy charts and diagrams to use for lesson plans. Animal classification or taxonomy, is a system of organizing creatures according to a hierarchy. It originated in Carolus Linnaeus's Systema Naturae. Creatures are organized by Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species (abbreviated KPCOFGS in science classes). Here are free printable animal classification lesson plans and activities. Free printable animal classification worksheets, taxonomy charts and diagrams | Examiner.com

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