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Acids & Bases: Lesson for Kids

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The tiny particles in acid create _____ and the tiny particles in bases create _____.

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1. Acids rank _____ on the pH scale while bases rank _____ on the pH scale.

2. What kind of paper can you dip in a liquid to see if it is an acid or a base?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Complete the quiz and worksheet to see what you know about facts related to acids and bases. These include where acid ranks on the pH scale and what would happen if you mixed acids and bases together.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be tested on:

  • An example of an acid
  • Mixing acids and bases together
  • Tiny particles in acids and bases
  • How acids and bases rank on the pH scale
  • Type of paper that lets you see if a liquid is an acid or base

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - pick out the most important details from the lesson on acids and bases
  • Information recall - remember the information you learned about an example of an acid
  • Interpreting information - read and understand information about what would happen if you mixed an acid together with a base

Additional Learning

To review more, use the lesson called, Acids & Bases: Lesson for Kids. Use this lesson to look at these other topics:

  • Examples of a base
  • How acids and bases differ
  • Where acids can be found
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