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Mixtures & Solutions: Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables

Mixtures & Solutions: Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables

Just a few of the lesson plans, worksheets, and printables over mixtures and solutions that you can find using Search PlanIt.

Here’s a really great lesson plan on mixtures and solutions from the University of Virginia Physics department.

From edinformatics.com there is an extensive lesson plan on mixtures and solutions. The lesson plan comes complete with printable student handouts and a printable assessment.

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Curtis Cook By Curtis Cook

Curtis Cook has been a teacher in the Lee’s Summit School District for 12 years. He holds Missouri certification in Secondary Social Studies, Instrumental Music, and Business. He earned his undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia. His Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction was awarded from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Curtis designed and currently instructs the nationally recognized International Studies program at Summit Technology Academy.

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