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    • Classifying Matter Scavenger Hunt
      By: Deena Marma
    • Example of an Element
      A gold ring is an example of an element because it is made of gold. Gold is an element on the Periodic Table.
    • Example of a Compound
      H2O is an example of a compound because it is composed of two different elements. Those two elements are Hydrogen and Oxygen.
    • Example of a Compound
      Table salt or NaCl (sodium chloride) is an example of a compound because it is made of two elements. Those two elements are Sodium and Chlorine.
    • Example of a Mixture
      Lemonade is mixture because it is made of lemons, water, and sugar mixed together.
    • Example of a Mixture
      A fruit smoothie is a mixture because it is made of ice, milk, and many different types of fruits.
    • Example of a Mixture
      A cup of coffee is a mixture because it is made of coffee beans and milk mixed with hot water.
    • Example of a Homogeneous Mixture
      Milk is a mixture of water with sugar, minerals, and vitamins. homogeneous milk is made so that the fat is very small and will not rise to the surface.
    • Examples of a Homogenous Mixture
      Jello is an example of a homogeneous mixture because all of the ingredients are evenly mixed so you can not tell what it is made of.
    • Example of a Heterogeneous Mixture
      A fruit salad is an example of a heterogeneous mixture because you can see all of the ingredients and tell what they are.
    • Example of a Heterogeneous Mixture
      A trail mix is an example of a heterogeneous mixture because you can see and taste all of the different ingredients.