**Egg drop into flask/Egg removal**

9-12.P.1.3 Predict whether reactions will speed up or slow down as conditions change.

9-12.P.1.4 Balance chemical equations by applying the Law of Conservation of Matter.

9-12.P.1.5 Distinguish among chemical, physical, and nuclear changes.

9-12.P.2.1 Apply concepts of distance and time to the quantitative relationships of motion using apporpriate mathematical formulas, equations and units. (possibly with equipment)

9-12.P.2.2 Predict motion of an object using Newton's Laws.

**Adding hot water to a can or heating up a pop can and inversely putting it in cold water.**

9-12.P.1.2 Describe ways that atoms combine.

9-12.P.1.3 Predict whether reactions will speed up or slow down as conditions change.

9-12.P.1.5 Distinguish among chemical, physical, and nuclear changes.

9-12.P.1.7A Apply the kinetic molecular theory to solve quantitative problems involving pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles of gas.

**Bell jar**

9-12.P.1.3 Predict whether reactions will speed up or slow down as conditions change.

9-12.P.1.5 Distinguish among chemical, physical, and nuclear changes.

**Balloons activities/Lung**

9-12.P.1.7A Apply the kinetic molecular theory to solve quantitative problems involving pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles of gas.

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