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This goes along with the Bears in a Boat STEM activity. Brief lesson on why boats sink or float.
Learning about boats and what makes them buoyant is a great opportunity for students to problem solve, make connections, scaffold learning, and apply concepts to the real world. The activities in this resource are presented in a sequential way. It can be printed off as a student workbook. There ar

Also included in: Science Inquiry Bundle

Teaching Boats and Buoyancy is fun with this organized, well laid out pirate unit! This unit is aligned with the ALBERTA grade two science curriculum outcomes. In this unit, students will become become pirates and discover what items will float, or sink. They will also explore how to make floating
If you teach Grade 2 Science in Alberta, this Buoyancy and Boats unit is for you! This topic is unique in that most of the Specific Learner Expectations are hands-on design tasks. Your students will love the many engaging activities and demonstrations included in this unit, and you will love the sim
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2nd

Also included in: Alberta Science Grade 2

EVERY Topic B Learner Outcome is covered in this unit. This unit is estimated to cover a 6 to 8-week study on buoyancy and boats.This unit is editable so it can be differentiated or translated easily to meet your students' needs! This science unit includes:Teacher Manual· Master materials list· Voca
How do boats float? This resource is suitable for middle and high school students (grades 7-9). Tackle literacy and science by having your students read and answer questions from a scientific article. Questions include knowledge (direct from the paper), thinking, connecting, application and open-end
NO PREP, differentiated and interactive Google Doc™ for PRINTING for the Bill Nye - The Science Guy * - Buoyancy episode. Keeps students on task while watching the video. Two differentiated student worksheets / video guides, four differentiated quizzes , and answer key for Bill Nye - The Science G
This is a one period activity/lab to teach students about the concept of density and Archimedes Principle, why things float. Students each get a piece of aluminum foil and design and make a boat. They then must calculate how many pennies it will carry before sinking, and then test it. This is an e
This product is an integrated tabbed booklet with engaging activities that explore density and buoyancy through differentiated reading and writing, as well as through a science lab activity perfect for literacy centers or science centers! Your students will be shocked by the results of the lab in th
These video worksheets allow students to follow along as they watch the listed Bill Nye video. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen AND write at the same time; definitely an important skill for students to master. Each video
A 5E Learning Model Lesson Unit -- This resource teaches students the concept of buoyancy. Students will learn why objects float and sink through two science mini units lasting 5-7 days each. The overall unit is based on backward lesson design and is user friendly for teachers. Students start with b
The THREE-DAY package includes the lesson (student and teacher versions of the presentation), an auto-graded Exit Ticket to check student understanding, a laboratory experiment, TWO worksheets with answers, and a student lesson handout as a document. The presentation is fun and applicable with FOUR
Take a journey to discover density and buoyancy using eggs and soda. Explore and discover the properties of matter in 3 hands-on explorations. Includes an investigation, exploration activity, and STEM Challenge. This complete unit guides the teacher and the student. Great for Springtime, Easter, or
This is a middle school activity that culminates in having your students compete to build a raft that will hold more pennies than any of their classmates. It includes an exploratory mini lab that has students making predictions of which objects will float and which will sink; and then test it. This
Grades:
6th - 8th
CORRESPONDING STUDY GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE Basic physics principles assiciated with forces in fluids including flight, buoyancy, and pressure are presented with heavy emphasis on visuals. Short quiz is included to check for understanding. 25 slides Section 1: Pressure Section 2: Transmitting Pressur
Students fill in the blank on this video worksheet while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy. At the end of the video, students analyze the song lyrics in the show and write a summary. Song lyrics are included on the worksheet for students to sing along. Fill in the blank questions are in the order th
Grades:
5th - 12th
In this lab students can see the basic principles of density and buoyancy as raisins rise and fall in a beaker. This lesson includes a student lab worksheet and an 8 page Powerpoint that walks students through the lab, has links to videos, and closure questions at the end. Materials needed: beaker,

Also included in: Density Bundle

This activity is always a hit with the students, and I love it, too. It is an excellent demonstration of the density of liquids and how density affects buoyancy. Students will calculate the densities of five liquids and then hypothesize what will happen when they are poured together and then what wi
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3rd - 6th
Take a journey to discover density and buoyancy using eggs and soda. Explore and discover the properties of matter in 3 hands-on explorations. Includes an investigation, exploration activity, and STEM Challenge. This complete unit guides the teacher and the student. Great for Springtime, Easter,
These assessments are ALREADY INCLUDED in Alberta Science │ Topic B: Buoyancy & Boats {Editable}.Included:· Midpoint quiz, with answer key· Homework activity: How We Use Boats· Summative project: “Building My Boat” planning page and assessment rubric· Reflection exercise on boat building· Final
This resource is a student booklet filled with information, activities and experiments that will teach students all about boats and buoyancy. At the end of the unit is a summative assessment where students design and build (optional) their own pirate ship, demonstrating that they know what a good bo
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K - 5th
This packet will help guide you through a boat building STEM challenge appropriate for all ages that is THANKSGIVING themed! Students will thrive while building a boat out of just tin foil that will hold all 102 passengers of the Mayflower (pennies.)Fonts by Kimberly Geswein.Clip Art by Lindy du Pl
Bill Nye: Buoyancy video sheet. Very easy for my 6th grade EC classes, it's multiple choice answers, the last is a short response. This way they get a chance to watch the video and not spend all of the time on reading and answering the follow along question. I tried to tie this sheet into density
About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stati

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