Chemical and Physical Changes Lab Stations

Unit 6: Chemical Properties and Reactions
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to cite evidence in order to determine if a reaction as a chemical or physical change and identify that the properties of the reactants and products of a reaction are different.

Big Idea: Students go through 12 quick, fun lab stations that provide students with practice at citing evidence and determining if reactions are chemical or physical changes. Students burn salts, create precipitates, and blow bubbles in this fun lab series!

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Science, Chemistry, Temperature Change, Chemical Reactions and Balancing, physical properties, middle school, chemical properties, Physical Reactions, signs of a chemical change, gas production, color change, chemical reaction, precipitate, physical change, reaction
  95 minutes
station 2 magnesium ribbon in copper ii
 
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