5 page lab with Gummy Bears. Students come up with different hypothesis about Gummy Bears. Students measure mass, volume and color. Here is excerpt: We will be working with Karo syrup, Water, Rubbing Isopropyl Alcohol, and Hydrochloric acid. You will be creating a hypothesis for four different situations along with measuring the mass of each gummy bear that you use along with calculating the volume of each.
Unit test with 50 questions on Forces, Motion and Simple Machines. Contains 10 multiple choice questions,10 matching,short answer with complete questions (high level reasoning),Balanced/Unbalanced forces using vector diagrams, calculation problems of force, KE, PE and identifying simple machines and more.
This Matter Changing States Worksheet was designed for middle school students learning about state changes. This double-sided worksheet features a helpful overview at the top, which students can refer back to while they’re working if they need help. There are 10 fill in the blank questions that reinforces vocabulary associated with matter changing states, 2 multiple choice questions, and 8 more challenging questions that ask students to analyze and interpret a graph. $
This free Lesson Plan for Kids Discover Atoms is packed with activities and assessments that will help you teach kids all about atoms, which traces them from their smallest components (quarks) through how they become elements, with a full examination of the periodic table.
This Introduction to Balancing Chemical Equations worksheet was designed for middle and high school students just learning about balancing chemical equations and the Law of Conservation of Mass. This double-sided worksheet features a helpful overview at the top, which students can refer back to while they’re working if they need help. There are 10 chemical equations for students to balance, each with a helpful chart for counting up the number of atoms. $
This is a great activity using Legos to build chemical equations (Lego Blocks and triple beam balances not included). You could also substitute gummy bears, etc.The second part of the lab uses a piece of alka seltzer, water and ziploc baggies to demonstrate the law of conservation of mass (matter)
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