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|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|The Chemistry of Food & Cooking|
|Some of the science topics this week: denature gelatin, breaking up sucrose with an acid, covalent bonds, emulsions, water molecules, phospholipids, hydrogen bonds, monoglycerides, diglycerides, polysorbates|
|p. 24-27 (Stop at sugar foam.)||p. 27-35||Chapter 3 Emulsions|
(Stop at Other Emulsifiers.)
|Activities – Choose one or more recipes.||Make homemade marshmallows||p. 29 – 35 Optional recipe: Whipped creamsicle topping|
NOTE: Make sure all items / chemicals / ingredients are food grade, and approved by the USDA, before using in a recipe!
|Make Eggs Benedict (See video linked below.)|
|Question 6 – Wine vinegar||Question 7 –|
|Question 8 –|
Dalton and color blindness
|Question 9 –|
|Question 10 –|
|Mixing History and Chemistry|
|Chapters 11-12||Chapters 13-14||Chapters 15-16||Chapters 17-18||Elements Listed by Date of Discovery (End!)|
|Learning About the Periodic Table|
|p. 22-23 Boron||p. 24-25 Carbon||p. 26-27 Nitrogen||p. 28-29 Oxygen||p. 30-31 Fluorine|
|The Periodic Table of Videos||Boron||Carbon||Nitrogen||Oxygen||Fluorine|
|Introducing Boron||Introducing Oxygen|
|Activities and Assignments|
|TED-Ed: How Atoms Bond|
Take the video quiz here.
Dogs Teaching Chemistry: Chemical Bonds
How to Make Homemade Marshmallows
|Chemical bonds song by Mr. Edmonds|
SciShow: Why Do Atoms Bond?
|Chemical Bonds: Covalent vs. Ionic|
How to unboil an egg
|Octet Rule Song|
The genius of Mendeleev’s periodic table
How to Make Eggs Benedict
Food Science 101: What is an emulsion?
|Solving the puzzle of the periodic table|
Food Science 101: How Emulsifiers and Stabilizers work
Food Science 101: The Emulsification Process
|Color blindness test|