PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES - GOOGLE DRIVE DIGITAL LAB
Integrating technology into your classroom doesn’t have to be intimidating or overwhelming. This engaging lesson makes the concepts of physical and chemical changes easy for you and fun for your students!
This physical and chemical changes digital lab for interactive notebooks is a perfect way to incorporate technology into your classroom!
This fully editable lab incorporates various activities to engage all your learners. I’ve found that setting up stations and having students rotate around the room is great, but time consuming and messy. If you’re looking for a technology based alternative that still has the impact of a varied gallery walk style lab, this Google Drive lesson is for you!
This digital resource is accessed via a link to a set of 9 fully editable interactive pages covering the physical and chemical changes concepts commonly tested on standardized tests. Accessed via Google Drive!
Students type their answers directly on the pages, insert images, and drag and drop information for a variety of engaging, interactive activities! This is a fantastic way to integrate technology into your classroom and can be completed without printing any paper if desired! Perfect for classrooms that have a set of tablets or laptops, or a fun activity for computer lab day!
A full answer key for all pages is included along with teacher directions. All you need is a Google account and you're ready to go!
By using Google Drive as a platform, this engaging digital lab can be completed totally online on laptops, tablets, or any other device that supports Google Drive!
- 9 fully editable pages
- Full student instructions
- 3 video links with response questions
- Mix and match activity
- Graphic organizers
- Close reading with response questions
- Full teacher keys
- Teacher instructions and technology tips
HOW I’VE USED THE LESSON IN MY CLASSROOM
I use this digital lab as a key component of my physical properties and changes of matter science unit and for further review of key vocabulary, how to correctly identify physical and chemical changes, and reading comprehension practice.
Approximately one to two class periods in length (as a point of reference, I teach a 50-minute class). I generally allow my students to use computers, laptops, or iPads to access the lab and we generally complete all the activities and add the information to their interactive notebooks in two days. Created by Mister Science
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