Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Do experiments to learn how mixtures form using multiple modes including writing, drawing and movement.
Observe various combinations of substances (e.g., ice in water, oil in water, salt in water and baking soda in white vinegar).
Demonstrate how a mixture is formed (e.g., sand, mud, salad dressing, etc.).
Work with students to separate a mixture through chromatography and then through the process of evaporation.
Recognize that combining two or more substances may make new materials with different properties.
Know that combining two or more substances can make new materials with different properties
Do simple activities to demonstrate heating, melting, cooling, freezing, mixing, separating.
Explain that sometimes a noticeable change is observed when mixing substances. This notable change is a reaction in the mixture.
Observe and describe the properties of liquids and solids. Investigate what happens when solids are mixed with water and other liquids are mixed with water.