Ever wondered what's in toothpaste or how marshmallow Peeps are made? What's so special about those new fabrics that claim to keep you cooler as you work out? Many of the fundamental principles behind designing and making items we use every day are based in the science of chemistry. How better to learn about properties of matter, physical and chemical changes, and simple chemical reactions than through the objects and materials students use every day? Chemical Change, Chemical Reaction, Basic Understand, Student Understand, Abstract Study, Marshmallows Peep, Chemistry Lg Jpg, High Schools, Fundamentals Principles
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Science Presentation on Physical and Chemical Changes.
Properties of Matter pack from Kristin Lee's Science (and more) Shop. Includes a PowerPoint with terms such as malleable, ductile, luster, density, toxicity, etc as they relate to the inherent physical and chemical properties of matter. Also includes student notes in the form of a fill in the blank PowerPoint with printing instructions and a column worksheet for students to separate chemical from physical properties.