In this chemistry video, children can learn about the differences among elements and compounds in a very simple way with several examples. Simply stated, elements consist of only one kind of atoms which can't be separated.Compounds consist of atoms of two or more elements bound together and can be broken into simple type of matter by chemical means.Compounds have properties different from its constituent elements.
In this elementary science education video for kindergarten kids,preschoolers and primary school children, the concept is explained at very basic level.
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