Grades 68. During this unit students answer the question, "How can we make something new that was not there before?" Students develop models, conduct investigations on substances, and gather data to explore physical changes and chemical reactions. For additional program information and pricing, complete this form or contact your sales representative.
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Grades 68. During this unit students answer the question, "How can we make something new that was not there before?" Students first consider what happens to a bath bomb when it is added to water. They then develop models, conduct investigations on various substances, and gather data to explore physical changes and chemical reactions. As the unit concludes, students revisit their initial models and explanations of the bath bomb to explain what substances could have been produced in the chemical reaction and why the mass of the matter in the system wouldn't change when this happens. They also conduct property tests that could be done to determine whether a particular substance was produced or not.
Unit materials are available as a 1-class unit kit (item #523601), 1-class refurbishment set (item #523604), 5-class unit kit (item #523601U5), and 5-class refurbishment set (item #523604U5). Carolina Certified Version*.
*All enhancements to materials and instruction for this Carolina Certified Version of the unit are approved by OpenSciEd to preserve the integrity of the storyline and the instructional model.