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Chemistry Acids and Bases | Paper

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Learn about how acids and bases are measured using the pH scale and indicators with this low-prep lesson, reading passage, and activities as part of your classroom chemistry unit. Learn about how acids and bases are found throughout nature and why scientists test for pH levels. Everything you need is included except for a few materials to experiment with (listed below).

This product is included in our Grade 5 Alberta Science Bundle.

This hands-on product includes:

  • a complete lesson plan that includes everything you need to prepare, teach and assess whether or not your students can use an indicator to determine if a liquid is acidic, basic, or neutral including opportunities to differentiate for your students.
  • student pages and handouts.
  • reading passage.
  • teacher annotations for the reading passage.
  • student templates.
  • answer keys and suggested answers.
  • photographs of student examples.
  • background information for the teacher.
  • both Canadian/British and American/North American spellings are included.

To do the experiment included with this lesson you will need a red cabbage to prepare for red cabbage juice. You will also need a variety of household liquids to test during the experiment. This could include lemon juice, bleach, water, vinegar, or baking soda.

This product aligns with:

  • the Alberta Program of Studies Grade 5 Classroom Chemistry

This product supports:

  • any basic chemistry unit.

    Ninja Note: This file is a PDF and requires printing for students to use.

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