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Making Metric Measurements: A Set of 3 Labs on Mass, Length, Volume, and Temperature. Three metric measurement labs in one download! The three activities that are included are also sold individually and can be viewed at the links below.Making Metric Measurements: MassMaking Metric Measurements: V
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One page worksheet with answer key. Students calculate density, mass or volume using the other two values and determine if substances will float or sink in pure water at 4C.
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Do your students chew like a horse? Find out how fast they chew with this large group lab activity that integrates math calculation skills and graphing results. Watch to their surprise as they figure out how many times they chew per hour and even per day. Students will calculate their chewing spe
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Your students can't wait to try this problem with their parents! This activity is a great starter for introducing Mitosis. Using money students can relate to the numbers and how cells divide. This activity comes complete with the story, data tables (empty and answer sheet) and analysis questions.M
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Included are two worksheets covering: - Basic measurements (surface area, density, volume) - Converting temperature values between Kelvin, Celsius and Fahrenheit
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This handout helps students who are both new to unit conversion and those who have experience with unit conversion. It utilizes the system of conversion called dimensional analysis which helps students learn to account for all of the necessary conversion factors and the assignment itself is structur
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This comprehensive mixture lab activity includes the following objectives: â€¢Observe and record the physical properties of pure substances â€¢Determine a method to separate pure substances from a mixture â€¢Separate pure substances from a mixture
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This resource has a total of 5 student pages (3 review and 2 quiz) and ALL answer keys. There is also an explanation of a metric estimation game. All student pages are shown in preview. Review and quiz cover: Why metric is easier; base units, prefix meanings, reading a triple beam balance/ metric ru
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This PDF Handout provides drill and practice for the stoichiometry conversions: mole to mole, mole to gram, gram to mole and gram to gram. The packet uses the synthesis of ammonia as the base balanced equation. This package allows students and teachers to practice with enough repitition to solidif
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A 20 question quiz with 15 SI-SI conversions and 5 SI-English conversions. Includes a 1-page conversion chart.
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This SMART Notebook lesson introduces the basics for Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Gay-Lussac and Combined Gas Laws. The lesson begins by introducing the units and conversion factors for pressure (atm, mmHg, kPa and torr), Temperature (C, K and F) and Volume (mL, L, cubic decimeters and cubic centime
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This is a great activity to review if an object is magnetic or non magnetic. Students will cut out the 16 cards and decided if it is magnetic or non magnetic. They will glue on the corresponding place on the t-chart. Great for small group, whole group, stations, homework, mini lesson, test prep,
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An interactive simulation of combined gas laws - Charles's law, Boyle's law and Gay-Lussac's law, showing the relationship between pressure, temperature and volume. Use the circular handle to change volume and the switch to light the fire and increase temperature. To get a better look at the molec
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Give students more practice converting from one unit to another within the metric system as well as from the metric system to the English system and vice versa
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This lesson is a FLIPCHART that can be used with Promethean Board's ActivInspire program :) Please only download if you have access to ActivInspire :)Lesson using fill in the blank style lecture, games, activities, explorations, questioning, video links, BrainPop links to applicable content, guided
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Dimensional analysis and unit analysis are necessary skills for future success in physics. This m4v Video on dimensional analysis and unit analysis cover the basics of dimensionally analyzing and/or analyzing with units equations. The video must be teacher guided. This video can be uploaded to most
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Dimensional analysis and unit analysis are necessary skills for future success in physics. This Keynote Presentation on dimensional analysis and unit analysis cover the basics of dimensionally analyzing and/or analyzing with units equations. The presentation must be teacher guided. Keynote gives the
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Brand new Crossword Puzzle on: Metric & Imperial Weights & Temps, and also Volume, Speed, & Area. 24 Clues.CONTENT INCLUDED! A 2-page article / handoutSample Clues: 1. Water does this at 0Â°C 2. The Imperial unit that's about 4 liters 7. Amount of land in a
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The Don't Forget will quickly become one of your favorite teaching tools. This weekly assignments allows you to identify learning gaps, remediate, and communicate with parents in an effective and efficient manner. The content also provides rigor for those who need it! TWENTY FIVE weeks of work inclu
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Here is a packet of worksheets and discussion starters to help visualize the English System of Measurement. Included in this packet are posters and calculation sheets to help enhance your discussion of the English System (and hopefully why the Metric system is much easier to use)
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I always had a really hard time finding "nice-looking" graduated cylinders with volumes I wanted to use! I made this set of graduated cylinders at an interval of 1 mL. There are 26 separate diagrams for each milliliter from 0 milliliters to 25 milliliters. Important Note: These diagrams can be cu
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This activity uses the formulas for Kinetic and Potential energy in a unique way that reinforces the formulas of both types of energies. It allows for repetition and a visual comparison of the two types of energies. Higher Order thinking questions allow for reflection.
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I always had a really hard time finding "nice-looking" graduated cylinders with volumes I wanted to use! I made this set of graduated cylinders at an interval of 2 mL. There are 26 separate diagrams for every 2 milliliters from 0 milliliters to 50 milliliters. Important Note: These diagrams can b
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I always had a really hard time finding "nice-looking" graduated cylinders with volumes I wanted to use! I made this set of graduated cylinders at an interval of 5 mL. There are 26 separate diagrams for every 5 milliliters from 0 milliliters to 50 milliliters. Important Note: These diagrams can b
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