Physical or Chemical Change- This is a great practice sheet that could be paired with plenty of science experiments!

Physical or Chemical Change- This is a great practice sheet that could be paired with plenty of science experiments!

Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Physical Science Interactive Notebook  •The Nature of Waves •Features of Waves •Behavior of Waves •Electromagnetic Spectrum •Communicating with Radio Waves Students will be given the opportunity to show their understanding of the included concepts by completing the engaging and creative activities for the OUTPUT side of their Science Interactive Notebook. Activities range in variety for each chapter.

Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Physical Science Interactive Notebook

Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Physical Science Interactive Notebook •The Nature of Waves •Features of Waves •Behavior of Waves •Electromagnetic Spectrum •Communicating with Radio Waves Students will be given the opportunity to show their understanding of the included concepts by completing the engaging and creative activities for the OUTPUT side of their Science Interactive Notebook. Activities range in variety for each chapter.

Properties of Matter Foldable: The seven properties of matter: physical properties, chemical properties, weight, mass, volume, density, and bouyancy

Properties of Matter Foldable

Properties of Matter Foldable: The seven properties of matter: physical properties, chemical properties, weight, mass, volume, density, and bouyancy

Want to engage your students and really get them thinking?  This physical science experiment will definitely do just that!  Students melt stryofoam cups and determine if it is a physical change or a chemical change!  Your students will LOVE this science activity!

Melting Cups - Is it a Physical Change or Chemical Change

Want to engage your students and really get them thinking? This physical science experiment will definitely do just that! Students melt stryofoam cups and determine if it is a physical change or a chemical change! Your students will LOVE this science activity!

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