Separating Mixtures: Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids consists of three handy, printable black-and-white Student Worksheets (PLUS Answer Sheets) that your students will find both instructional and enjoyable – and that will require virtually NO preparation on your part! Suitable for students in Years 7 – 8, Separating Mixtures: Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids gives students an opportunity to demonstrate and consolidate what they know about this important topic, and can easily be used as class work, homework or revision. It includes a fun crossword puzzle.
Separating Mixtures: Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids covers the following:
what is a ‘mixture’?
the three main types of mixtures: solutions, suspensions and colloids
difference between a solvent and a solute
difference between filtrate and residue
types of colloids: emulsion, sol, foam, gel, smoke, mist
methods used to separate mixtures: decanting, filtering, evaporation & crystallisation, centrifuging, chromatography, flotation
Along with printable worksheets, Separating Mixtures: Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids includes a digital (PowerPoint) version at no extra cost, giving teachers a choice as to which they prefer to use – taking into account the different learning styles of their students. There is also a full colour Answer PDF that looks great on the big screen (no need to research or fact-check here – it’s all been done for you).
Separating Mixtures: Solutions, Suspensions, Colloids is not just about answering questions. You students will enjoy the ‘active’ nature of the tasks here, requiring them to:
shade/add colour to diagrams
complete -fill-in-the-gaps passages using words from a list
complete a crossword puzzle
use simple PowerPoint tools to add text and format shapes (digital version)
I hope you and your students find this product useful and that you enjoy using it as much as I enjoyed creating it!
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