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Study a Concept Map of Changing Materials

In this worksheet, students will be offered a chance to challenge their understanding of the processes involved in the way that different materials change and are made to change, asking them to show that they have a firm grasp of the vocabulary involved and a solid understanding of those processes.

'Study a Concept Map of Changing Materials' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Year:  Year 5 Science worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Properties and Changes of Materials

Curriculum subtopic:   Reversible Changes

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Worksheet Overview

 A concept map is a helpful tool that we can use to show the relationship between ideas.


So, here is a concept map of reversible and irreversible changes, showing a variety of changes when substances are mixed, heated or whatever.  It also helps you to use the correct name (term) for a change:

 concept map of reversible and irreversible changes


Your task is to follow through each section deciding on the correct term to describe the change that is occurring at that point.

Are you up for the challenge? It'll help you to understand a lot about how different materials behave - honest!


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