Created by Professor Fred Senese at Frostburg State University, General Chemistry Online is a great resource for teachers and students. You can find tutorials, simulations, and a compound library. If you don’t find what you are looking for you can even “Ask Antoine” for help.
Explore the Royal Society of Chemistry’s extensive resources to find presentations, videos, games, experiments, and more. You can refine your search based on audience, resource type, age group, subject area, etc. If you focus on STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Math) you will love the connections they make between chemistry and other fields.
The Chemical Education Digital Library (ChemEd DL) is a storehouse of tested digital resources for education in the chemical sciences. Browse through their recommendations in the “Top 10 Resources and Collections” or click on “Search” and use “Advanced Search” to find specific topics quickly.
The ChemCollective is a collection of virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, tutorials, and concept tests. Teachers can use this content for pre-labs, as alternatives to textbook homework, and for in-class activities for both individuals and teams. Students can review and learn chemistry concepts using their virtual labs, simulations, and tutorials. The ChemCollective is organized by a group of faculty and staff at Carnegie Mellon.
A webpage created by the American Chemical Society (ACS), Middle School Chemistry is a collection of activities, multimedia, resources, and detailed lesson plans for teaching chemistry to middle school students. Lesson plans from several chapters include matter, changes of state, density, the periodic table, bonding, water properties, and chemical reactions.
The American Chemical Society’s Education Center provides an enormous amount of resources for teachers and students alike. Explore chemistry resources for high school through graduate level studies, including textbook/homework help, fun games and puzzles, and current event resources for research and student projects.
Chem4Kids is a resourceful, informational website for students of elementary and middle school ages to explore topics such as matter, the atom, elements and their properties, reactions, biochemistry and more. Check out the sections at the bottom of the homepage for activities and quizzes, as well as real-world examples of chemistry in action.
This database created by a biochemistry professor from RPI outlines 20 chapters of chemistry and biochemistry lecture notes in tremendous detail - from basic atomic structures to organic chemical processes. Click on “Educator Resources” at the top of the page to see lab experiments, chemistry tests, and access to interactive tutoring software for student help.
Chemistry Guide is customized search engine and directory of chemistry related sources on the Internet. Click on any of the subtopic links towards the bottom of the page for a more specified search. Also check out their Top 10 Chemistry websites link at the top of the page for the best-reviewed sites.
ChemGame is an extensive chemistry game for students in middle school and high school to refine their chemistry skills in a fun, interactive way. Your goal: Rescue 12 of the most famous chemists in history by completing 12 levels based on different topics in basic chemistry (Balancing Equations, Moles, Acids and Bases, Equilibrium, and more).