Physical Science Resources in Middle School Science

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Simple chemical reactions
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Contains PowerPoint for whole module; brief outline plan of lessons and student booklet.
Elements 'R Us - Chemistry Poster Project
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Lesson Preview: Congratulations on your new contract for making an advertisement for Elements R Us, the nation’s #1 atomic store! To create your...
Naming compounds and balancing equations
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
PowerPoints and practice handouts to balance compounds.
Chemical Reactions
Science_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Burning Sulfur and Burning Carbon.
More Reactions PowerPoint
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
For use with Framework Science book 8. Learning Outcomes: How can we represent the changes when new materials are made? Burning magnesium. How can we...
That New Carpet Smell
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There’s a particular smell that’s been found to emanate from carpets, and it isn’t that pleasant “new carpet smell” at all. In fact, the presence of...
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A Moment of Science 
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2016
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What’s the best way to get rid of unpleasant odors? Ditch the air-fresheners, which simply mask smells with an aroma, that may be equally as...
SchulMart TV- Science Channel
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
To help my middle school students prepare for science tests, I have made some "programs" on my website, CHMS SchulMart TV. Each contains links to...
What is a chemical reaction?
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Presentation that covers the ideas of chemical and physical reactions; and the signs of a chemical reaction. Includes an 'odd one out' starter...
Chemical Reactions Self-assessed homework sheet
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  • Chemical Reactions
  • Middle School
Homework sheet given near the end of topic. I showed the answers at the start of the following lesson and got students to mark their own answers...