This is a 2 page coloring and analysis activity to give students a better understanding of hypertonic and hypotonic solutions, as well as isotonic solutions. There is a differentiated version for advanced levels where the students draw their own water and solutes to create the different types of environments.
There are 16 short answer/fill ins that flow in an organized fashion. This resource makes a great classroom resource but could also be used as homework or a sub plan.
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