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  • Physical Science

    1. 1. Physical Science
    2. 2. Day One
    3. 3. Day OneReview pg. 344 - 345
    4. 4. Day OneReview pg. 344 - 345What do particles in solids, liquids, andgases have in common?
    5. 5. Day OneReview pg. 344 - 345What do particles in solids, liquids, andgases have in common?How are they different?
    6. 6. Draw it out...
    7. 7. Draw it out...
    8. 8. Draw it out...
    9. 9. Draw it out...
    10. 10. Draw it out...solid
    11. 11. Draw it out... liquidsolid
    12. 12. Draw it out... liquidsolid gas
    13. 13. Day 2Read 354- 355
    14. 14. Day 3Pg. 370 “Can scientist see atoms?”“Magnification” pg. 371 Take a look - pg. 368-369
    15. 15. Day 4Fabulous Periodic Eggs Activity Read 368 - 369 Columns on the P.T.E. are called groups of families.
    16. 16. Day 5Read pg. 422 - Metals Pg. 424-427
    17. 17. Day 6Read pgs. 356-357 Pg. 358 Know “The Five” CHONP
    18. 18. Day 7Different Kinds of Matter
    19. 19. Day 8Review the definition of “Mixture” pg. 383
    20. 20. Day 9Activity on pg. 389 Pgs. 390-391 Compounds
    21. 21. Day 10Read pgs. 392-393 Name that Molecule/Chemical Formulas
    22. 22. Day 11Read pgs. 410-411 “What are ChemicalChanges? Evidence for a Chemical Reaction
    23. 23. Day 12Do the lab: Obser ving Chemical Change”
    24. 24. Day 13Read pgs. 436-437
    25. 25. Day 14“Chemical Reactions” - Bill Nye
    26. 26. Day 15Jeopardy Review
    27. 27. Day 16Test Atom and Elements

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