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- A wide variety of interactive, print and digital Google Apps, activities for students to practice classifying matter: a maze of matter in particle diagrams, a card sort to practice the organization of matter in many levels (formulas, particle diagram, definitions and macroscopic views)and a color-in$10.39$13.00Save $2.61
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These two mazes, in both print & digital formats, give students an engaging way to practice the classification of matter at the nano-scale with particle diagram images. Students will be asked to classify a particle diagram, definition, or macroscopic view as either an element, a compound, a homogeneous mixture (evenly distributed) or a heterogeneous mixture (unevenly distributed).
- Matter Maze – Mixed: Definitions, macroscopic images and particle diagrams
- Matter Maze – Particle Diagrams: Only particle diagrams
If students veer off the maze path, they will land on a box that has no correct answer off of it, encouraging them to fix any previous mistakes & helping guide them in their practice. These worksheets are great for bell ringers, distance learning, in-class practice, exit/entrance slips, homework or early finishers. You and your students must have Google accounts and an internet connection to access the digital versions of these mazes. Also included, tips on how to post to Google classroom.
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