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Physical and Chemical Changes—Unit from You Be the Judge

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Try a Unit from the Award-Winning IMSA Fusion STEM Program to get a glimpse into what the larger curriculum modules have to offer your classroom and your students.

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In this unit from the award-winning IMSA Fusion STEM program, students first distinguish between physical and chemical changes through the exploration of polymers. By experimenting with two different ways to make slime and observing the properties of the final products, students develop an understanding that a newly synthesized material has properties different from the original components. Finally, students use their knowledge to ask a testable question based on their observations of another chemical reaction and design their own experiments to investigate the answer.

Includes materials for 20 students, writable student content and access to detailed digital teacher content with professional development videos (1-year license). Grades 4–5.