Guess That Property Game
November 7 Q2 - pg. 5 • Daily Goal: We will be able to compare physical and chemical properties • Homework: Finish creating your data table and graph from your science fair experiment due today, finish physical/chemical foldable and revise your test by tomorrow Science starter: (Answer this in your notebook): List 5 physical characteristics that you can observe about a person. Table of Contents – Quarter Two • Parts of the Ear and Test Preparation • Physical and Chemical Changes Intro • Physical and Chemical Properties Q2 - PG. 1 Q2 – PG. 3 Q2 – PG. 5 The Way to Play: 1. I will put a slide on the board. 2. I will give you 2-3 minutes. 3. During that time, you and your partner will try to figure out what the pictures have in common. 4. Write down your answers in the same order as the slides (i.e. answer #1 for slide #1). 5. At the end, you will have a chance to see how many physical properties you got right. 1. Color 2. Odor (smell) 3. Melting Point 4. Freezing Point 5. Boiling Point 6. Conductivity (ability to transfer electricity) 7. Solubility (ability to dissolve things) 8. Density Write these in your notebook under the title, “Physical Properties of Matter.” You will have 2 minutes. 1. Flammability (how easily it burns) 2. Reactivity (What happens when you mix it with another substance? A good indication of a chemical reaction is if it produces bubbles. But that doesn’t always mean it’s chemical! Think about boiling water.) 3. Oxidization (What happens when it is exposed to oxygen? Rusting is an example of oxidization.) Write these in your notebook under the title, “Chemical Properties of Matter.” You will have 3 minutes. 1. Look at the pictures of chemical and physical changes. 2. Figure out what is the difference between what is happening in a physical change and what is happening in a chemical change. 3. Make a rule for what can happen during a physical change and what cannot happen. You will have 2 minutes per slide. Example: Breaking a graham cracker can be a physical change, because it doesn’t change the graham cracker. Eating a graham cracker (digesting it), cannot be a physical change, because you change the graham cracker to a new substance. 1.Generate (come up with) a list of similarities and differences between physical and chemical changes. 2.Create a Venn Diagram to compare the ways that physical and chemical changes are alike and different. 3.List as many ways as you can think of. You will have 10 minutes.