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Your student detectives will solve the case about the "Behavior of gases" by completing 3 separate matching activities (two domino paths and one puzzle matching review). Each of these will be posted individually soon for sale. You can get them all now for a discounted price with this bundle!
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Detective's Puzzle Matching Reviews
The "Behavior of Gases" Puzzle Matching Review activity includes 16 separate matching puzzle piece sets.
Students can match the puzzle pieces "just as they are" for a quick learning activity, or they can follow the review game directions. For the game, students can hide the edges of the long portion of puzzle pieces under the laminated set of review game directions. Each student picks up one short puzzle piece at a time and then pulls out a long portion to match with it. If it is correct then the puzzle pieces will fit together. If it is not correct then the student must slide the long portion under the laminated set of directions so that only the clue is showing again and the cut portion is hidden. Students can take turns. The one who has the most correct matches wins.
My students like to repeat this type of activity later as a quick review for the test. Students can also use them as a quick set of flash cards. One student can call out the clue on the long piece while not showing any of the card to the other student. The other student can use the short puzzle pieces as a word bank.
Domino Path Matching Activities
Students will also complete two different (12 card) domino style matching activities. The first card will say “Start” and will have the first question. Find the answer to the first question and place it above the start card. The card that has the first answer will also have the second question. Continue to find the matches until you have created the entire “Detective's Path” on the detective's clue board in order to solve the case. The last card will have the last answer and will also say “Finish”.
Both types of activities can be used for individual students, learning centers, stations, pairs, or as a group activity. All you need to do is print, laminate, and cut the puzzle pieces and clue cards.
Topics for this review activity include the following:
Boyle's Law, Charles's Law, gases, abundant atmospheric gases (Nitrogen and Oxygen), atmospheric pressure, metric units of pressure, fluids, photosynthesis (produces oxygen), barometer, aneroid barometer, altimeter, Pascal, mm Hg, Millibar, atmosphere, molecules in atmosphere, temperature of gases, volume of gases, pressure of gases.
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