Chemical vs Physical Changes Group Challenge

Unit 6: Chemical Properties and Reactions
Lesson 2 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 utilize text strategies to investigate the differences between a chemical and physical change and play a fun group activity that gives students lots of practice at identifying reactions as chemical or physical!

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Science, Chemistry, chemical change (Chem), Chemical Reactions and Balancing, Temperature Change, physical properties, physical characteristics, chemical properties, signs of a chemical change, gas production, color change, precipitate, matter, chemical reaction, physical change, reaction
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