Showing posts with label Mole Day. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mole Day. Show all posts

Monday, October 23, 2017

National Mole Day

Mole Day was first celebrated in 1991 by a group of chemistry teachers who wanted to encourage students to see that chemistry is interesting and fun and possibly even consider a career in this field. Mole Day is celebrated from 6:02am to 6:02pm on October 23 to commemorate Avogadro's Number, a basic measuring unit in chemistry.

Here are some resources to help students celebrate Mole Day, which is part of National Chemistry Week.
Check out a couple of additional resources for Mole Day on this previous post.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

How Big Is A Mole? - And Other Mole Day Resources

Tomorrow is Mole Day. No, not the kind in the picture rather we're talking about the number. Sophia Learning has put together a small set of Mole Day activities that you can do with your students. Included on Sophia Learning's Mole Day page is the following TED-Ed lesson How Big Is A Mole?

For more serious lessons about moles you may want to direct students to Sophia Learning's fifteen part course on moles.

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