This editable test covers the "Matter and Change" chapter from a traditional high school physical science or chemistry textbook. Concepts covered include physical and chemical properties, physical and chemical changes, basic chemistry terms (volume, mass, matter, solid, liquid, gas, mixture, element, compound), characteristics of matter, symbols of the elements, conservation of mass, and density.
This test consist of 91 questions that are multiple choice, matching, identification, and fill in the blank. There are 6 density problems/calculations.
What is included in this product?
- 6-page, 91 question unit test (Editable)
- 4-page paper-saving version of the test (Editable)
- 4-Page Teacher Guide and Answer Key
Topics and concepts covered include:
- The Properties of Matter: Matter, Volume, Weight, Mass.
- Atoms and Molecules.
- Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures.
- Characteristics of a compound.
- Mixtures: Characteristics, homogeneous mixtures, heterogeneous mixtures.
- Methods of separating mixtures into their individual components: Filtration, Evaporation, Decanting, Centrifuge, and Chromatography.
- Three states of matter: Solids, Liquids, and Gases. Characteristics of each state of matter.
- Properties of Matter: Intensive and Extensive Properties.
- Physical Properties and Chemical Properties.
- Physical Changes and Chemical Changes.
- Conservation of Mass.
- Density: Definition and practice problems.
Related resources include:
Matter and Change Bundle (Powerpoint and Notes)
Lab: Conservation of Mass
Lab: Determining Density
Lab: The Boiling Points of Liquids
Density Practice Problems
Atoms and Atomic Structure Task Cards
Quiz: Matter and Density
Matter and Change Autumn Themed Color by Number Activity
Matter and Change Jeopardy Powerpoint Review Game
Atomic Structure Worksheet
Matter and Change Crossword Puzzle
Matter and Change Set of 2 Homework Assignments
Matter and Change 4 Mini Labs
Matter and Change Task Cards
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