This student journal contains prompts and comprehension questions to help students record their observations and findings of the experiments in the corresponding "textbook." The interactive exercises help students absorb the concepts taught in the lessons as well as developing organizational and critical thinking skills.
This interactive, full-color program guides students as they explore basic concepts in chemistry. The "textbook" contains over 20 hands-on experiments and activities that explore bubbles, water, colors, salt, and the periodic table. Extension activities and thought-provoking exercises draw on children's natural curiosity. All lessons are designed to ground the student in their faith in God.
Topics include: the physical properties of chemical substances; why adding heat causes most chemical changes to react faster; the difference between chemical and physical changes, clues of a chemical reaction; and phase changes. Glossary included.
Matter: Its Properties & Its Changes - Student Journal
Publisher: Master Books
Series: Investigate the Possibilities
Page Count: 46
Author: Tom DeRose, Carolyn Reeves
Age: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Grade: 3, 4, 5, 6
Topic: Science, Creationism