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Physical and Chemical Changes - Sorting Activity

PDF, Google Slides | 6 pages|Grades: 5 - 6

A set of 24 sorting cards to practice identifying physical and chemical changes.

Use this fun sorting activity when teaching your students about physical and chemical changes.

Students will sort a set of 24 real-world examples as either physical change, chemical change, or the law of conservation of mass.

This resource is great to use in a Science center, or give each student in the class a card and have them sort themselves for a whole-class activity. This is also a great way to lead into a lesson on physical and chemical change to see what prior knowledge your students may have.

An answer key is included in the download.

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This resource was created by Gaby Perez, a teacher in Texas and a Teach Starter Collaborator.

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