Chemistry bundles

For middle and high school students ages 10–16+.
$199 plus sales tax.
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The Chemistry bundle is designed for middle and high school students, and includes 6 chemistry kits with a total of 15 experiments (2 repetitions each), reusable glassware, mobile app guidance, and recorded lessons from a professional science teacher.
The bundles can also be a perfect fit for science clubs, camps, and after-school programs. See case studies written by teachers who have used MEL Science bundles for their curriculum.
Value: less than $2 per experiment per student (if shared between a group of four students).


  • Reusable glassware and VR headset are included free of charge
  • Each experiment is accompanied by step-by-step paper instructions and guidance in a free mobile app
  • Recorded video lessons for each experiment conducted by professional teachers. See example: Artificial Chemistry
  • Useful scientific descriptions (see example), interesting science facts (see example)


  • Ions, electrons & the metal crystal lattice
  • Ion-exchange reactions
  • Oxidation-reduction reactions including combustion
  • Diffusion and dissolution
  • Filtering water and water electrolysis
  • States of matter (changes in matter, combustion, exothermic reaction)

Key concepts:

  • physical and chemical processes and their reversibility
  • chemical reactions are the rearrangement of atoms
  • different types of chemical reactions: displacement, burning
  • acids, bases, indicators, and pH
  • energy absorption and release in chemical reactions
  • electron transfer in chemical processes, oxidation and reduction
  • electrolysis
This bundle of 6 chemistry kits can be used for over 15 class sessions.
This course uses a series of interlinking principles that connect all of the experiments to help students understand key concepts. These concepts cover the structure and properties of matter and chemical reactions, including physical and chemical changes, different types of chemical reactions, and the regrouping of atoms. Students will also gain experience in developing and using models. By the end of the course, students will have experience in observing, explaining, and predicting changes in chemical processes.
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