To help students learn about physical and chemical change, they can play Tic-Tac-Toe. There are examples in the spaces of the game board and the students have to determine if the examples describe physical changes or chemical changes. Students put a P and C instead of X or O. The letter that makes three in row is the winner. These games can be played together as a class, used as practice or independent work, or be put in centers. There are 5 pages of Tic-Tac-Toe games – with a total of 10 games. I have included blank game boards so additional games may be created (by the teacher or the student). 7 pages of Sorting Cards are also included with 15 examples on each page - providing over 100 examples! Lastly, there is a "Notes for the Teacher" page added to assist with instruction. It provides a list of key words that students can use to help them distinguish between the two types of changes. Take a look at additional physical and chemical change worksheets on my store - Terri's Teachables.