# ACS Inquiry in Action: Chapter 6 – Atoms

Lesson 6.1 – The Same Parts Can Make Many Objects

Student groups use four or five Snap Cubes (or LEGOs or other building blocks) to make as many different objects as possible to investigate the question: How many different objects can be made by rearranging four cubes?

Lesson 6.2 – Atoms can be Rearranged to Make Different Molecules

After an introduction of Snap Cubes (or LEGOs or other building blocks) as models atoms and molecules, students use Snap Cubes to investigate the question: How can Snap Cubes be used to make models of different molecules?