MATTER/CHEMISTRY UNIT-JAN/FEB

Quarter 3

Chemistry / Matter

Use the kinetic theory of matter to describe the four states of matter. (solid, liquid, gas, plasma)

In-Class Activities:

Describe and classify objects based on physical and chemical properties.

In-Class Activities:

Compare and contrast physical and chemical changes including reactions and the law of conservation of mass.

In-Class Activities:

 

Compare and contrast elements, molecules, compounds, mixture types and solutions.

In-Class Activities:

Classify and separate simple mixtures and pure substances based on their physical properties (salt, iron, wood shavings, and sand)

In-Class Activities:

 

Describe and identify atomic structure using models. (protons, neutrons, electrons)

In-Class Activities:

  

SCIENCE GAME TIME!!!

See this attachment for specific requirements for your game project!

DUE Feb 14th (A DAY) & Feb 15th (B DAY)

Game Design Project

Other Game Ideas: 

Modeling Clay Recipes (Like the Easter Island Gameboard)

 http://www.firehow.com/201001228196/how-to-make-salt-modeling-clay.html

http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1711,148181-248199,00.html

http://www.theholidayzone.com/recipes/dough.html

 

Virtual Game Making:

http://www.squidoo.com/gamemaking

 

QUARTER 3:  IDEAS and VOCAB

 

  • Use the kinetic theory of matter to describe the four states of matter.
  • Solid
  • Liquid
  • Gas
  • Plasma

 

  • Describe and classify objects based on physical and chemical properties: size, shape, density, mass, volume, solubility, conductor or not, magnetic or not, phase of matter, etc.

 

  • Compare and contrast physical and chemical changes, including reactions and the law of conservation of mass.

 

  • Compare and contrast elements, molecules, compounds, mixture types, and solutions.

 

  • Classify and separate simple mixtures and pure substances based on their physical properties
  • Example: Salt, iron, wood shavings, and sand

 

  • Describe and identify atomic structure using models
  • Protons
  • Neutrons
  • Electrons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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