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Burning Materials

In this worksheet, students will be offered a chance to explore what happens when substances burn: what sort of products are formed, what can be observed and whether the changes are reversible.

'Burning Materials' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Properties and Changes of Materials

Curriculum subtopic:   Non-reversible Changes

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Worksheet Overview

Charlie and Suzi are spending the afternoon with their Uncle Mike, finding out what happens when different substances burn.

 

Burning paper

 

To start off with they place a small piece of paper on to a metal plate and their uncle strikes a match and places it on to the paper which catches fire and burns with a yellow flame, giving off some smoke.  A grey crumbly ash is left behind.

 

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