It was fun doing the labs, we learned about the physical and chemical changes, it was interesting to see how things changed.
It was fun doing the labs. We saw chemicals change in color when we mixed them and had fun doing the experiments.
EU 4 was farely easy because there where a lot of labs and you only had to do what the text book said and then write down your observations .
The experiments we a little boring, and it wasn't really excited to watch, the good thing though is that we got hands on work and we actually got to do it ourselves.
This was a fun and interesting unit to do. We enjoyed doing the labs and seeing the out come of mixing certin elements together.
There was a lot of labs and fun to do. It was very interesting that how a lot of chemical substances react to each other.
The paper clip lab was cool to see how heating the paper clip made it glow and after cooling it, some became brittle and easier break and one was strong and took 96 bends!
this paper clip lab was fun. Holding the paper clip still over the flame was tiring. we had plenty time, it was really easy, and a good way to learn.
The physical and chemical changes notes was easy enough. Fill in the blanks. There weren't that many questions to answer but we still learned a lot about the differences between physical and chemical changes.
This was a fun project, we all enjoyed creating the poster. We feel like we learned a lot.
It was fun seeing how heating and air cooling can make a paper clip way less breakable.
We understood most everything but it was still a fun thing to do as a group we hope we will do more hands on project like this individually or as a group.
This was confusing to some of us but in the end we understood it.
We learned the first 20 elements and their element signs. We also learned about the physical and chemical changes. Another thing we learned his how to find out the atomic mass of the elements(g/cm3).
The paperclip lab was fun because we could see how heating and cooling an object can strengthen or weaken an object.
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[B] Atomic Structure
[C] The Periodic Table
[D] Property Changes