Physical vs. Chemical Changes

Physical vs. Chemical Changes

Author: Meredith Barton-Metzger

Differentiate between physical and chemical changes by provided concrete indicators and examples of each type of change.

Go through each step of the tutorial below to solidify your understanding of physical and chemical changes.

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Let's Review: Physical & Chemical Changes

Watch the video below from Bozeman Science. Once the video is completed, click on the link below to assess your understanding of physical and chemical changes. Finally, complete and submit the Google Form!

Virtual Lab Practice

Click on the link below and using your new knowledge & understanding, determine if the event is a physical or a chemical change.


Physical vs. Chemical Changes Response Sheet

After watching the video, record your responses in the Google Form below

Extend It!

Want more practice? 

Click on the Glencoe Virtual Lab link below to practice with more physical and chemical changes.