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Dive Into Marine Chemistry with Chemists Celebrate Earth Week

The American Chemical Society has a proud tradition of celebrating Earth Week — and helping chemists everywhere get in on the fun and share the power of chemistry with others. The annual Chemists Celebrate Earth Week celebration encourages ACS members and science enthusiasts to build awareness of chemistry at the local level. ACS local sections, schools, businesses, and individuals are invited to organize or participate in events in their communities with a common goal: communicate the positive role that chemistry plays in the world.

CCEW celebrates its 15th anniversary in 2018 with the theme “Dive into Marine Chemistry.”  Check out the CCEW 2018 edition of Celebrating Chemistry and other online resources listed below.

Resources for Chemistry Educators

  • Celebrating Chemistry
    The Celebrating Chemistry publication is designed to engage and educate children (Grades 4-6) in the basic principles of chemistry and is available in both English and Spanish.
  • Meg A. Mole Career Profiles
    Read all about Meg’s adventures! These interviews are an excellent resource for teachers to inform their students about the activities chemists perform every day.
  • ChemMatters
    ChemMatters is a magazine that helps high school students find connections between chemistry and the world around them.
  • Journal of Chemical Education
    A journal for chemical educators featuring activities and articles.
  • Science Safety Guidelines
    Recommendations to incorporate safe practices into your teaching curriculum.

Articles and Activities

Students can take part in the following activities:

Student Contest


How Are You Celebrating Earth Week This Year?

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