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Students will observe a chemical reaction with a color change, temperature change (exothermic reaction), and production of gas in this great chemical reaction lab! They will also learn about the conservation of mass in the third lab. These are easy-to-do chemical reaction experiments with dramatic results! Students will see color changes to Fuschia and to bright yellow! ❤️
This resource includes:
- Three labs
- Lesson plans
- Step-by-Step directions with photos
- Lab pages
- Response pages
- Reading passage
- Discussion questions
- Notes for Teacher
- Answer keys
→For these labs, you will need bicarbonate of soda (baking soda), calcium chloride, and Phenol red solution. All three of these are easy to find and inexpensive.
This resource can be used for upper elementary or middle school science. There are five days of activities.
Aligned with the following standards:
✅ NGSS 5-PS1-4.Conduct an investigation to determine whether the mixing of two or more substances results in new substances.
Analyze and interpret data on the properties of substances before and after the substances interact to determine if a chemical reaction has occurred.
✅ Also aligns with Utah SEEd 5.2.3
Plan and carry out an investigation to determine whether the mixing of two or more substances results (cause and effect) in new substances
✅ Utah SEEd Standard 8.1.3
Plan and conduct an investigation and then analyze and interpret the data to identify patterns in changes in a substance's properties to determine if a chemical reaction has occurred. Examples could include changes in properties such as color, density, flammability, odor, solubility, or state. (PS1.A, PS1.B)
This resource is made by Lynda R. Williams at Teaching Science with Lynda R. Williams.
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