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Neo/SCI Chemistry-Elements of Nature DVD, 60 min

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Neo/SCI Chemistry Elements of Nature DVD Series features an animated view of the atomic structure and properties of key elements that demonstrates their effect on the world around us. Students will learn how Democritus first conceived the atom and the equipment scientists use today to see and to manipulate the atoms around us. It has a run time of 16 min.
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  • An ideal teaching aid for science class, students will find this DVD extremely fascinating
  • Documentary film with animation of the atomic structure and properties of key elements for students in grades 5-12
  • Includes a teacher's guide in PDF format with curriculum applications, suggested teaching strategies, ideas for discussion and further study, vocabulary word list, and career possibilities
  • Students will learn how Democritus first conceived the atom and the equipment scientists use today to see and to manipulate the atoms around us