Physical properties - depends only upon matter itself, the identity of the substance does not change. Physical properties can be measured using physical senses. Examples: color, mass, size, density, magnetic, melting point, boiling point, texture, shape.
Chemical properties - those things that describe the events which occur when two materials react with each other. Examples: Was heat, light, sound, or some other form of energy generated? Did a reaction take place at all (if not, the materials are non-reactive - which is a chemical property)? Were gases formed? Was it endothermic or exothermic? The chemical properties of an element are determined by the number of valence electrons it has.