A mini-unit for Middle School Chemistry. It covers the topic of Chemical vs. Physical changes to substances.
This mini-unit includes:
- Informational Text Article
- Drawing Project w/ Rubrics
- Chemical Change Fold-Up
- Set of Boom Cards™ Self Grading Task Cards
- Entrance/Exit Slips
- Unit Plan
These materials are engaging, interactive, and offer lots of chances for both informal and formal assessment. All applicable activities include lesson plans with objectives, I Can statements, essential questions, and NGSS standards where possible. If you have questions, please feel free to ask! Should be over a week's worth of material for most classes.
Other Mini-Units Available:
Mixtures and Solutions Mini-Unit
Properties of Matter Mini-Unit
Atomic Structure Mini-Unit
Periodic Table Mini-Unit
Rate of Reactions Mini-Unit
Find the entire Middle School Chemistry Unit
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