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Students explore acids and bases. In this lesson plan about acids and bases, students do an experiment to test certain items to determine what they are. Students use cabbage and litmus paper as indicators. Students understand how to sort the items as well based on their test result.
Students conduct an experiment to test acids and bases. For this pH scale lesson, students learn to identify acids and bases by testing common household substances using a pH indicator. The students will conduct the experiment with the PH indicator and record the results.
Students observe and investigate properties of acids and bases. In this acids and bases lesson plan, students perform 5 different experiments including reactions of acids and metals, reaction of acids with carbonates, neutralization reactions, the effects of acids and bases on indicators and product tests.
For this acid and base worksheet, students read about the characteristics of acid and bases, the pH scale and neutralization reactions. Students match 10 terms with their definitions related to acids, bases and pH, they identify acids and bases, they determine soluble compounds and they solve 2 half-life problems.
Fourth graders compare the color of cabbage water when acids and bases are mixed in. In this acids and bases lesson plan, 4th graders use cabbage water and mix in acids and bases that the teacher prepares before hand. They observe the color change and compare it to the ph scale associating it with and acid or a base. They fill in a color, acids, and bases sheet for assessment.
Students identify the differences between acids and bases. In this acids and bases lesson plan, students identify and distinguish between acids and bases. They use household products to test the ph levels. They test the ph levels by using litmus paper, ph paper, and indicator solution. They are assessed by doing this on their own in a separate activity without teacher guidance.