Physical Science Handouts in Middle School Science

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The reactivity series handouts
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Different handouts to complete a reactivity series, word equations and explain displacement reactions.
Forensics unit
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Updated: 
2016
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
This is a set of resources based around forensics (using CSI as a platform). It contains elements to do with fingerprinting; separation techniques;...
Skills assessed task and writing frame
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This is a task which requires students to explain how to separate a mixture. It includes a skills ladder at the bottom for guidance; The writing...
Chemical Reactions - neutralization investigation
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Chemical Reactions lesson plan of learning with activities.
rusting practical investigation
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
causes and effects of rusting with investigation and worksheets which show how to set the investigation up. Additional questions about rusting.
Acids and Alkalis
Science_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
For the practical part of the lesson; I used water; salt water; vinegar; apple juice; bleach and soapy water. The match up task can be done as a cut...
Simple chemical reactions
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Contains PowerPoint for whole module; brief outline plan of lessons and student booklet.
Chemical Reactions - phys & chem changes
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
This is the first lesson in the chemical reactions module. Exploring and reviewing chemical reactions through a demonstration; visuals; and...
Carbonates and Acid
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
What happens when acids react with carbonates? Use this worksheet to accompany this experiment.
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Updated: 
2016
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Measuring the reactions of metals to see which is the strongest and weakest.