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

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