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In this physical and chemical properties instructional activity, students read a 2 page article, identify 10 changes as physical or chemical characteristics and decide whether 3 combination of objects are chemical or physical mixtures and explain why.
Sixth graders demonstrate the differences between physical/chemical properties/changes. They distinguish differences and evaluate the importance of knowing the differences as related to science and consumer applications.
Learners explore the properties of elements. In this beginning chemistry and the three states of matter lesson, students define and identify examples of physical and chemical properties. Learners view the Periodic Table and define related vocabulary such as "elements," "atoms," and "chemical properties."
Students explore the physical and chemical properties of matter including phase changes and physical and chemical transitions. Information gathered is imported into video and edited to produce a movie.
Sixth graders complete several experiments about chemical and physical changes. In this physical and chemical science lesson, 6th graders complete 6 experiments about chemical and physical changes. Students examine the processes of chemical properties and change, separating mixtures, photosynthesis, transpiration, and the water cycle.
Students identify the physical and chemical properties of matter. They review the types of matter. Students list the four states of matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas and Plasma). They recognize and describe the different types of matter.
Students use the scientific method to determine physical and chemical properties of unknown substances. In this scientific method lesson plan, students discuss chemical and physical properties of substances as a class after a demonstration using a mystery box and mystery powder. Students are given 10 substances to observe. They mix each with 3 different liquids, they test their electrical conductivity and they observe the effects of heating the substances.
Students identify the physical and chemical properties and explore the differences. In physical and chemical property lesson students test polymers for the differences between the physical and chemical properties, record their observations and orally, and in writing communicate their results.
Students study the difference between physical and chemical properties. They also discuss changes in matter, known as physical and chemical changes. They observe and discuss several demonstrations of both physical and chemical changes
Students investigate the physical and chemical properties of a candle before and after it is lit. They conduct a burning candle experiment, and complete a KWL chart and worksheet, recording the results of the investigation.
Students investigate chemical reactions and observe changes in matter. In this matter and chemical reactions lesson plan, students observe the reaction between vinegar and iron and a burning match. They answer 4 questions about the chemical properties of matter and the chemical reactions they observed.
Students investigate the properties of elements and periodicity. In this periodicity lesson plan, students observe a bag of 'elements' which are different fruits and classify them in groups and periods, show the periodic relationships and show their similar physical and chemical properties. They use spectrum tubes and diffraction gratings to differentiate between elements, identify their atomic masses and show how the arrangement in the periodic table was determined.
In this chemistry review worksheet, students answer questions about the periodic table, and differentiate between properties, states of matter, physical changes.
In this properties worksheet, middle schoolers will label 9 examples of either physical or chemical properties. Students will complete 2 short answer questions about physical properties and the differences between chemical and physical properties. Then middle schoolers will complete a table with a physical and chemical property of acids and bases.
Students investigate the physical properties of a rather peculiar substance commonly known as slime. They devise and carryout a procedure for testing the effect of varying concentrations of either the poly(vinyl alcohol) or the borax solution on slime. Teacher guide available at website.
In this chemical reactions activity, students experiment with hydrochloric acid and copper (I) chloride to identify the types of reactions they undergo with various other substances. They also observe the law of conservation of mass and record their observations of chemical reactions.
Students perform tests in the lab to identify an unknown substance. In this physical science lesson, students observe the physical and chemical properties of substances. They formulate a conclusion based on experimental results.
Middle schoolers identify the composition of an unknown substance. In this chemistry activity, students observe the physical and chemical properties of substances. They formulate a conclusion based on experimental results.
Understand how chemical reactions recombine atoms to create the "chemicals of life". An experiment, showing the basic chemical reactions of an iron nail or a match, helps young children start their understanding of permanent changes.
Newcomers to chemistry compare hydrogen peroxide to water, realizing that the difference of one oxygen atom significantly affects the chemical properties. Other pairs of compounds and their formulas are also examined. A few chemical reactions are set up to help learners identify evidence of a chemical reaction and understand the conservation of mass. Plenty of practice applying learned concepts is also provided through a series of assessment assignments. You can breathe easy using this resource as a guide to teaching chemical formulas.