"Nature of Dye" allows participants to create their own dyes and art while exploring how chemicals interact, and how these interactions can have real-world applications. Participants predict, observe, and share what they notice as they experiment with the dye. What's your favorite color to mix?
Chemists use tools to discover and make new things.
People shape the development and use of new materials and technologies.
Learners will develop positive attitudes toward learning about chemistry:
- Learners will increase their feelings of interest in chemistry through hands-on exploration and observations of phenomena.
- Learners will increase their understanding of the relevance of chemistry by exploring the applications and uses of chemistry and connections to everyday life.
- Learners will increase their sense of self-efficacy related to chemistry through hands-on interaction with real tools and materials.
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Museum of Science, Boston
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