Vocabulary
Physical Change
Chemical Change
Matter
Properties

100

Anything that has mass (weight) and takes up space.
What is MATTER?

100

Is a melted popsicle an example of a physical change?
What is YES? You can melt and refreeze a popsicle and it will still be a popsicle.

100

Is rust an example of a chemical change?
What is YES? You cannot change rust back into the metal is was before; therefore, it is a chemical change.

100

True or False. If you know the weight of a portion of an object than you CANNOT determine the weight of the whole object?
What is FALSE?

100

You use these to help you identify the physical properties.
What are YOUR SENSES?

200

These are the characterstics of an object and you use your senses to identify them.
What are PHYSICAL PROPERTIES?

200

Is Alka-Seltzer and water an example of a physical change?
What is NO? When you mix Alka-Seltzer and water, bubbles form, which indicates a chemical change as taken place.

200

Name the two indicators of a chemical change.
What are color change, bubbles, temperature change?

200

Name the 3 types of matter.
What are SOLID, LIQUID, GAS?

200

Name 2 physical properties of ice.
What are cold, hard, solid, wet, etc.?

300

Type of change where a new substance is created.
What is a CHEMICAL CHANGE?

300

Name a food that is an example of a physical change.
What is a salad or trail mix?

300

Name a food that is an example of a chemical change and explain why.
What is a cake, because you cannot turn a cake back into the eggs, flour, sugar, etc. that you mixed together?

300

These molecules can move freely and will take the shape of any container you put them in.
What is a LIQUID?

300

Name 2 physical properties of water.
What is liquid, wet, odorless, etc.

400

A type of change where the substance stays the same, but size and shape may change.
What is a PHYSICAL CHANGE?

400

Explain how water could be an example of a physical change.
What is freezing and melting water to and from ice is an example of a physical change?

400

True or False. Turning peanuts to peanut butter is an chemical change.
What is FALSE? To make peanut butter, you grind up roasted peanuts, so nothing new is being created.

400

These molecules move rapidly and freely whereever there is open space.
What is a GAS?

400

Explain how iron fillings and sand can be separated using physical properties.
What is iron is magnetic and sand is not, so you can use a magnetic wand to separate the two substances?

500

This type of matter keeps a definite shape.
What is a SOLID?

500

CHALLENGE (not a quiz question): Explain how the water cycle an example of a physical change.
What is YES, it is a physical change, because water changes from a liquid/solid when it precipitates, to a gas when it evaporates, then forms back into a liquid when it condensates. Then the process repeats again with the same substance, WATER!

500

CHALLENGE (not a quiz question) Explain how a rocket launch is an example of a chemical change.
What is the fuel combines with another chemcial to produce large volumes of a hot gas that propel the rocket into space?

500

Identify 1 example of a solid, liquid, and gas.
What is Solid- desk, book; Liquid- water, lemonade; Gas- helium, air?

500

CHALLENGE (not on quiz). We can separate salt and water using physical properties. What do we call this process of evaproating the water to separate the salt?
What is DESALINATION?