Grade 7-8 | Age 12-13
Chemistry 3 (Grades 7-8)
Radioactivity. Synthetics. Combustion.
Noeo Chemistry 3 takes your kid on an extensive safari of the world of chemistry. We’ve packed your Noeo box with books, lesson plans, and experiments, all ready to go from day 1.
What's in Chemistry 3 (Grades 7-8)?
1. Living Books
Beautiful field guides, biographies, picture books, and more.
Comprehensive course of study
Chemistry 3 uses the micro to explain the macro, zooming in on how atomic theory plays into everything from bombs to biochemistry. By the end, your kid will have a well-rounded grasp of the chemical world for future scientific study.
Everything in one box
Experiment kits and built-in lesson plans mean you can start exploring elemental behavior and understanding complex chemical reactions as soon as you open the box. Skip the Ready, Set, move straight to the Go!
Chemistry isn’t just about electrons and protons—it’s about dynamite and medicine and steel and Dmitri Mendeleev (what a guy). We’ve selected every book in Chemistry 3 to make the world come alive.
Your kids will get their hands dirty in the real world every week with dynamic experiments covering evaporation, atomic measurement, surface tension, and more. Even with the best readings, science can’t stay behind a book.
Have multiple kids who want to master chemical reactions by making quicklime compounds and creating iodine solutions? Perfect! Chemistry 3 is designed so kids across multiple grades can share books, experiments, and lab manuals, or have their own!
Need to interrupt the school week for a cousin’s wedding? No problem! With options for both a four-day and two-day per week schedule, Chemistry 3 enables you to adapt your curriculum to your calendar.
What a great program! This is the first time I am teaching chemistry. As I told my co-op students (6th -9th grade), I am learning alongside with them. Noeo Chemistry makes this easy and interesting! The materials chosen for this class are excellent! We are yet to get into the first experiments, but are looking forward to seeing what's 'in the box'. Experiment are set to start in week 8. I have supplemented the lessons with short videos to spruce up the hour-long class. Also, I would recommend writing out definitions, using a 'chemistry history timeline' to keep track, as well as utilizing a periodic table template that the students fill in as new elements are introduced. This course is well worth your while and will definitely give students a thorough introduction to chemistry!
Chemistry was one subject I was nervous to tackle with my daughter this year, but it is our favorite subject! The lessons are engaging and so interesting!! I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to engage with their science curriculums!
A group of 4 families each took turns teaching these lessons to a group of 6 kids from 6th-9th grade. This curriculum was very thorough and did a great job building on concepts. The textbooks used were very informative and interesting. I will say some of the mom's thought this curriculum was only so-so and didn't think the lessons were very connected. Those mom's didn't do the readings every week like I did. I read these readings out loud to the kids on Marco Polo so some of them (with reading challenges) could keep up with the course. Since I did all the readings along with the kids, I was able to always connect the dots from one week to the next even if I wasn't the one to do the experiments with the kids. The experiments didn't always work but MOST of them did and helped describe concepts that the kids had never known to discuss before. Overall this was an amazing curriculum and more thought out than high school courses I've seen done from home. Our lone 6th grader was not overwhelmed and our 9th grader did not think it was too easy. It was the perfect curriculum for our group this year! We were able to finish the whole course in one year doing 1-2 lessons, 3 times a month (we meet once a week on Wednesdays and do a rotating 3 weeks science and then one week field trip then repeat). We did the readings during the week before meeting up and met every Wednesday for the experiments. On weeks when there wasn't an experiment (not often ) we came up with another way to teach that concept and drive it home. Thank you Noeo!
Very do-able. Working well for us. Thank you
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