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Blockly Extension: Evidence of Chemical Reactions

In this activity, students develop a Blockly program that determines whether a chemical change is occurring using temperature readings.

Source: Blockly Investigations and Activities


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Blockly_Evidence_of_Chemical_Reactions_S.docx 314.71 KB
Blockly_Evidence_of_Chemical_Reactions_S.pdf 452.58 KB
Blockly_Evidence_of_Chemical_GSlide.pdf 30.74 KB

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