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Science Experiment - Observing a Chemical Reaction

PDF | 5 pages|Grade: 6

A science experiment that investigates chemical changes and the law of conservation of mass.

A chemical change occurs when two substances are combined to form a new substance. This process is called a chemical reaction and results in the rearrangement of atoms and molecules.

This experiment allows students to investigate chemical reactions and the law of conservation of mass. Students follow the scientific method to conduct the experiment, then complete the worksheets provided.

A teacher overview is included in the download.


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

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