Chalkboard Challenge is a Jeopardy-like game where students get to test their knowledge of topics taught in a typical middle school chemistry unit on classification of matter. These topics are found in four separate categories, as described below.
- Def-initely (Definitions)
- Ch-Ch-Changes (Physical vs. Chemical Change)
- Classify It!
- Mixtures (Heterogeneous, homogeneous, solutions, colloids, suspensions)
Just to make things more interesting and fun, the final category is random chewing gum trivia. Trust me, your students will love this category the most! A final Chalkboard Challenge question involving how to separate a complex mixture ends the game.
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