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Two great labs highlighting scientific investigation and lab skills along with 5 pages of density math word problems.In “Density of Rubber Stoppers,” students are challenged to find the density of different rubber stoppers. Much to the dismay of many, however, it is only after measuring, graphing a
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Looking for a science experiment your students will love without a ton of messy ingredients or complicated steps? How about one that uses only a few cans of soda and a clear pitcher or bucket?An easy, fun experiment that will get your students excited about forming hypotheses and designing an experi
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This lab is fantastic for connecting density-in-theory to real life! This winner is great for general science, layers of the earth, oceanography, marine biology, or chemistry. My students are always so proud of themselves for figuring it out! The student sheet includes a section on evaluating the mo
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This resource combines three other resources. The resource includes Four hands-on lessons, integrated activities with math/science and ELA/science, Close Reading Activities with nonfiction text articles, Response Pages and Interactive Notebook Flaps and Folds. The following resources are included i
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Students use PhET Sim to explore density in an inquiry based lab. Check out the sim here: https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/density-and-buoyancy/density_en.html This lab first walks students through finding volume through water displacement. Then students explore densities of different materials wi
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Visit Suzanne's Classroom Store! The resources are designed to enrich or supplement your current curriculum.This packet works well as an introduction to length, mass, volume, and density and includes three simple physical science labs that can each be completed in one class period. They require ver
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Physical properties of matter review using pennies to find mass, density, and volume. Supplies You will need many pennies for this lab 15 each of 1981 and older ones and 1983 and newer ones per group. Triple balance beam per group or a central few Small graduated cylinder approximately 50mL
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Students will complete a Salinity Lab that will allow them to see how the salinity within different parts of the ocean effects the density of the water.
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In this easy, inexpensive experiment, students have the chance to witness density in two memorable and impactful ways! First, students combine colored water and baby oil to witness density – The oil and water separate because of their different densities. Then, the students drop a half an alka seltz
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This set includes two density labs. The first lab asks students to find the mass and volume of regularly and irregularly shaped objects in order to determine their density. The second lab asks student to once again determine the mass and volume of irregularly shaped objects in order to dertermie t
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In this lab, students will calculate the densities of soda cans (regular coke, diet coke, coke zero, sprite, etc.). And will be amazed that some sink and some float! They will determine why this is. To conduct this lab you'll need various types of sodas in unopened cans, water, a scale, and giant
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This is a great mini lab where students are able to calculate density to identify a known or unknown substance. The download comes with: Teacher guide, Student Lab Ticket, and Reflection questions for assessment of knowledge and mastery of concept. TEKS 6.6 B Copyright © Michael Martin. All righ
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This worksheet will guide students in a laboratory or classroom setting to find the relative density of objects.
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A PERFECT LAB to hammer home the concept of density to students of multiple abilities and in varied grade levels. A TRUE introductory blend of physical science, math, and the scientific method with an emphasis on data collection, data analysis, the scientific method, and the properties of matter.
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This lab not only solidifies the concept of density but allows student to determine density in multiple ways. It emphasizes measuring, graphing, data analysis and experimental design. A final component of the lab allows for students to design their own experiment for a more inquiry style learning.
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Help your students understand relative and absolute density with this lab activity and student pages/booklet! Supplies needed for this lab (per pair or small group): Triple-Beam Balance, Double-Pan Balance, or Scale Graduated Cylinder Beaker (at least 250 ml) Water Vegetable Oil Corn Syrup
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This is a lab that I developed for my seventh grade students. It takes a bit of set-up and planning but I love it. Students will measure multiple volumes of the same liquid and see using data that the density of a liquid does not depend on its volume. Four different liquids are measured on day one
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One lab activity and one page of middle school age appropriate density calculation problems. Students compare density of objects to that of water to determine whether they will sink or float. Answer key included for homework problems. NGSS MS-PS1-2 CrazyScienceLady
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Three pages - has students figure out if something will float or sink. 1.Determine if each object's density is > or < 1.0 g/cm3 2. Determine if the buoyant force of the water is > or < the objects weight. 3.Determine the approximate density of each of the objects. Draw a diagram fo
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This is a simple, effective lab to demonstrate how saline water is denser than fresh water. Get ready for some loud voices, though, because even though the lab is simple, students get very excited about the color layering! Includes teacher notes and lab sheets.SOL 5.6 OceansThe lab was developed for
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This lab requires that you already have density cube sets, you that you have various cubes made of different materials that the students can measure etc. This lab was designed for block sets where the blocks all have the same volume, but varying masses and densities. This is great because it helps t
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There are hundreds of lab activities out there on the concept of density, what sets this lab apart from others that I have seen is the simple method for determining the density of air using readily available supplies, pictures included. (Also, this lab includes a great preview activity of the topic
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How better to learn about density then with candy bars? Kit-Kat bars are peanut-free, even though no one eats them in class. I purchase mini, regular and king-sized Kit Kat bars for the class. This lab allows students to explore density. In groups of 4, they measure the candy bar's length, widt
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Fill your pocket with Gummy Bears and you will find they grow in size and get sticky. How does that happen? This experiment will teach kids about changes in volume, mass, and density due to absorption of water. Your fun will be keeping them from eating the Gummy Bears. Students will love this lab as
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