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Students will investigate chemical reactions and the new properties that are formed by making butterscotch. Students will also identify where physical changes occur. The cost of this lab will probably be less than $15 for 100 – 150 students. The butterscotch will need a designated area to harden ove
How can you identify a chemical and a physical change? Specifically made for Google Classroom and perfect for distance learning. Just click and type in your answers. Includes a printable version. Students expand their comprehension and vocabulary skills with concept maps, summary strategies, and s
Excite students as they learn the evidence of a chemical reaction. This lab is designed to be completed in 30 minutes. Students will observe the reaction in a zipper sealed bag. Provides for easy set-up and clean-up. It can be used with multiple grade levels.Teachers will like the simple directi
Use this graphic organizer to identify the signs that a chemical change has occurred and list examples of each sign. Students can generate examples or use the graphic organizer as an ongoing acitivity to collect evidence as chemical reactions are performed in class.
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5th - 12th
This is a quick noted reference for students to use when they are learning chemical and physical changes. I have provided 5 clues that can often be used to determine whether or not a chemical change has taken place.
This activity is aligned with the science TEKS 8.5 E where students will be identifying evidence of a chemical change. The chemical reaction that occurs in this lab allows the students to observe, bubbling/fizzing, temperature change, production of a gas and color change. Please make sure you read t
Students will complete 5 different station labs, make predictions, graph, identify variables, and look at chemical formulas to determine what evidence of a chemical reaction can be observed.
This activity requires students to work in teams and sort examples of physical and chemical changes. I have included a student answer sheet which will require students to back up their answers with evidence. At the end of the activity, students will write a CER (claim, evidence, reasoning) argument
This science graphic organizer includes illustrating and describing what a chemical change is and five signs that a chemical change has occured - color change, temperature change, formation of a gas, formation of a precipitate, and emission of light and heat.What are doodle notes?Doodle notes are a
Students will will observe cellular respiration and its chemical equation. Students will then create a model to demonstrate the conservation of mass within cellular respiration. The product contains three complete labs that are differentiated for all of your students. BUNDLE AND SAVE $$:Buy the Com
Science CER is a great way to help students understand the scientific method, so introduce scientific thinking while building scientific writing skills with this "print and go" Claim-Evidence-Reasoning question prompt for upper elementary and middle school. Discover how blue cheese is made and have
NO PREP - JUST PRINT! This product covers all expectations in the Manitoba - Science Grade 5 Curriculum – Cluster 2: Properties of and Changes in Substances. Students will practice literacy skills when demonstrating their understanding of the subject material. These sheets were made for cross-curric
This Science Review Activity Station helps students review information about investigating how evidence of a chemical reaction—like formation of a precipitate or change in color—indicates that there has been a chemical change. This activity is meant to quickly and thoroughly review previously taught
This lab contains instructions for 7 very simple experiments that can be done to show students evidence of a chemical reaction. All of the reagents for these labs can be found at home or purchased at a local discount store or pharmacy. Appropriate for all age levels as it could be used for demonst
NGSS Grade 5 Measure Matter Physical and Chemical Changes 5-PS-1-2 Students measure and graph mass/weight in order to gather evidence to make a claim that regardless of the type of physical change that occurs, matter is not created or destroyed and mass/weight is conserved. Activity 1: Physical Ch
Enjoy physical and chemical CHANGES without any mess or danger-- safely inside a baggie! This is the perfect LAB for your Physical vs Chemical CHANGES in Matter UNIT-- it involves some great combinations which produce changes in temperature, the production of a precipitate, as well production of a
About this Product• This is a SINGLE, nonfiction reading passage with text-based evidence comprehension questions. • Five comprehension questions probe lower, mid and higher order thinking. • The reading passage can be used for close reading, one-on-one intervention, homework or sub work.• The readi
Engaging, enriching, and even entertaining! This resource dives into the law of conservation of mass using eight different student-centered stations. This sometimes daunting concept is broken down into easy to understand terms as each station encourages students to find solutions and/or answers to d
Assign these 3 DIGITAL WORKSHEETS in Google Classroom for distance learning! SET OF 3 Google Slides Activities to use for homework, reinforcement, or test preparation. Two resources cover chemical equations (products vs. reactants) and one focuses on the law of conservation of mass. Each resource i
Engaging activity which requires students to identify eight different reactions as either chemical or physical change using two charts as their guide. Students must explain evidence to prove their choice for each reaction. Next, students will answer questions pertaining to the activity and finally
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4th - 7th
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16” x 20” Poster/Anchor Chart Includes basic clues that a chemical change/reaction has occurred. Easy to Assemble Directions: 1. Print file (4 - 8 ½ by 11 pieces of paper) 2. Trim or fold the inside edges 3. Use double stick tape or glue to attach all 4 pieces of paper together 4. Laminate for long
Students will create a brochure demonstrating their knowledge on the 5 evidences of a chemical reaction which includes the mnemonic device; City Girls Love Their Phones. Color Change, Gas Formation, Light Production, Temperature Change, Formation of Precipitate.
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8th - 11th
This is a self-paced inquiry activity for students to explore exothermic and endothermic reactions with the use of energy diagrams. Each of the three parts is scaffolded for students to deepen their understanding of energy’s role in chemical equations by first using energy diagrams to visualize the
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9th - 12th
Evidence of a Chemical Reaction Middle School Chemistry NGSS MS -PS1-2 In this mini unit, students differentiate between physical and chemical changes and learn the signs of a chemical reaction.  They plan and carry out an investigation then compare reactants (baking soda and vinegar) and products t

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