D. Int/High and High level Worksheets |  A. Basic  |  B. Basic/Int  |  C. Intermediate  |  E. Puzzles  |  F. Demonstrations  |
On this page, you can download the intermediate/high and high activities. They are split into two groups according to which Chemistry Club handbook they first appeared in.

All the files are in portable document format (pdf). You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them. This is freely available from the Adobe site.

Safety warning
All of these activities should be carried out in a laboratory under the supervision of a qualified Chemistry teacher. When you select an activity, you will be asked to confirm that this is the case. Only then will you get a link to download that activity.
Volume 1   (Intermediate/High and High activities from volume 1)
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24 Chemical problems to solve I/H 30–60 minutes total time Open ended problem solving
25 Clock reactions I/H More than 60 minutes None
26 Electroplating faces I/H 30–60 minutes total time None
27 Strengthening ice I/H 30–60 minutes to set up. Leave to freeze. 30–60 minutes to test Investigation
28 Technicolour fun I/H 30–60 minutes can be extended Problem solving
29 Create your own chemistry trail High Long term project Outdoor activity
30 Naples blood High 30–60 minutes to set up. Leave for 4 days. Investigation
Volume 2   (Intermediate/High and High activities from volume 2)
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23 What colour are leaves really? I/H 40–50 minutes None
24 Making and colouring glass beads I/H 30 minutes total time None
25 Making a blueprint I/H 30 minutes plus drying None
26 Find the combination of the safe I/H 30 minutes total time None
27 Powerpoint assignment on elements High Open ended investigation None
28 Fizzing in the kitchen All
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Open ended investigation None
29 Investigating shampoos High Open ended investigation None

For further information on The Salters' Institute's Activities, including Salters' Festivals of Chemistry and Salters' Chemistry Camps, please view the web site at www.saltersinstitute.co.uk

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Copyright is waived for teachers wishing to print parts of this handbook for educational purposes.