This Science Review Activity Station helps students review information about investigating how evidence of a chemical reaction—like formation of a precipitate or change in color—indicates that there has been a chemical change. This activity is meant to quickly and thoroughly review previously taught material. This activity station is easy to set up, and perfect for intervention, spiraling throughout the year, or test prep. This station is targeted for the 8th grade Texas Standard (TEKS) 8.5.E, however is great to use for any state that covers this material.
In the station, students will
1) Complete a cut and paste vocabulary matching activity
2) Complete a science CLOZE activity
3) Complete a short hands-on activity
4) Answer four multiple choice questions
To complete this activity, students must have glue and scissors.
Vocabulary words covered in this review are: Chemical Reaction, Endothermic, Exothermic, Precipitate, Substance, and Evidence
Concepts covered in this review station are investigating how evidence of chemical reactions indicate that new substance with different properties are formed.
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