{Friday Fun Series} Chemical and Physical Changes

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This installment into the Friday Fun Series looks at chemical and physical changes. As well it looks at being aware of safety procedures. Included are the instructions for two experiments – baking soda and vinegar explosion and assembling and assembling modelling clay animals.
Included are:
Anchor charts for physical and chemical changes
Anchor chart for safety precautions
A handout on physical and chemical changes incusing definition and examples {kid friendly wording}
Instructions for a physical change experiment which uses modelling clay
A review of safety procedures
A worksheet that explores the first experiment and what makes it a physical change
Instructions for a chemical change experiment that uses baking soda and vinegar
A worksheet that explores the second experiment and what makes it a chemical change
A review of safety procedures
Comparing the first and second experiment worksheet
Assessment sheet {identify as physical and chemical changes}
Follow up experiment: making cinnamon buns {with premade crescent rolls)
Total Pages
15
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N/A
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{Friday Fun Series} Chemical and Physical Changes
{Friday Fun Series} Chemical and Physical Changes
{Friday Fun Series} Chemical and Physical Changes
{Friday Fun Series} Chemical and Physical Changes
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