What are Chemical Changes? Lesson 1

What are Chemical Changes? Lesson 1
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  • EXCITING DAY!
  • 145-342=?
  • Mrs. Squash
  • Field Trip Today!
  • Start on Bell Work!
  • IN THE CLASS ROOM
  • I'ts a Chemical Change
  • I'm going to sharpen this pencil!
  • THE CAR RIDE
  • Those people are drive'n to slow!
  • I'm gon'a pass 'em
  • Speed Limit 45 mph
  • Today we were all jacked up about going on our first field trip of the year. On our field trip we would be learning about Combustion and Chemical and Physical Changes. Mrs. Squash told us that we were having a little quiz when we would come back to school. She also told us that Combustion deals with Chemical Changes and a Physical Change happens when the material says the same.
  • When we were doing our morning work, Gary said that sharpening a pencil is a chemical change. No it is not, because a chemical change happens when it changes in position, size, shape, volume and phase of matter. Therefore sharpening a pencil is a Physical Change.
  • In the blue car they were listening to, "Old M'c Donald had a Farm.", and in the red truck they were listening to rock'n roll music. (Back in Black.) When they arrived at the camp, the Camp Hosts took us on a hiking trail. We climbed up hills, through caves and over streams.
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