Power point to accompany this packet can be found on my TPT store "Science All about Matter power points" at this link: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Science-All-about-Matter-power-points-3703769
This packet is based on a whole chapter about Matter.
The Packet includes (in order of packet)
Lab: How do you Describe matter 1.1
-There is a list of common classroom items that you will need to gather for each group. The groups will examine each object and write down properties for each. Then they will have to separate the objects into categories and then answer 3 questions about it.
-Assesses physical and chemical properties and briefly the 3 phases of matter
Lab: Separating Mixtures 1.2
-Students will use skills to find mass of salt and a beaker. Then mix it with water and answer questions about what they think will happen after the water evaporates. **for quicker results, have students use less water or add heat to evaporate the water quicker **
-Then students will smash a bag of cereal and run a magnet over it to see if they can pull out pieces of iron from that cereal. Then students will answer questions and do a little research.
-A worksheet with 11 questions so that students can follow along with the review and use this sheet to help them study for atoms, bonds, elements, and compounds.
-Assesses the information found on the previous review (10 questions + a bonus)
Fill in notes 1.3
-Guided notes for students to use during lecture (power point included on my TPT store) about Mass, volume and density.
-15 questions that students can use to study. It can be done as a review came, with partners or homework
-10 question quiz that assesses mass, volume, density, and weight
-Students will get to practice finding Mass, Volume using a scale and a water of beaker. Then they will Calculate Density from the Mass and Volume they found. Objects needed: Book, Dice, Metal Hook/paper clip, and crayon.
Fill in notes: Changing Matter part 1-3
-These fill in notes are great to help students stay focused during the lecture (power point found on my TPT store) This section covers Physical changes, and chemical changes. It helps to do a demonstration during your lesson. It also covers Lab rules. Part 3 covers the Law of conservation of mass in lite of thermal energy and chemical energy and if the change is exothermic or endothermic.
Review Ch 1
-This review has 22 questions. This can be done as a game or with a partner or as homework and can be used as a study guide (power point for this review can be found on my TPT store)
Test Ch 1 Matter
-This test includes matching, Filling the blank with a given word bank, labeling as physical or chemical change, short answer and testing their lab/measuring skills.
Science Vocabulary Sheet
-This can be given at the beginning of the unit as a warm up (to copy the definitions) or it can be done as a homework or used as another review. Words: weight, mass, international systems of units, volume, density, physical change, chemical change, law of conservation of mass, temperature, thermal energy, Endothermic change, exothermic change, Chemical energy.
Review Stations/Group work
-5 stations need to be set up around the room.
Station1: List physical and chemical properties for each item in the bin (teacher supplies objects)
Station 2: Label each picture as a : Element, Molecule, Compound, Mixture (pictures provided)
Station 3: Measure the mass and volume of the object (provided by teacher) then calculate density
Station 4: Look at each picture and tell if it is a physical or chemical change (pictures included)
Station 5: Answer 5 questions about mass, bonds, states of matter and mixtures
Station Response sheet
-This sheet is where students can record their answers as they move from station to station.