1. compare and contrast physical changes and chemical reactions,
2. observe that mass stays the same during both physical changes and chemical reactions,
3. be able to show that the number and types of atoms remains the same during chemical reactions even though the atoms are bonded in new ways,
4. observe some common signs that show that a chemical reaction has occurred.
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