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In this lab students will find the density of water at different volumes. They will learn that no matter the volume, the density of water will always be 1 g/mL. Materials needed: triple beam balance (or electronic scale), graduated cylinder, beaker, water, ruler. This lab is a must do before you do

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Also included in: Density Bundle

LAB STATIONStudents can practice the calculation of density using the water displacement method, Archimedes' Principal, with graduated cylinders to find the volume of an irregular object, and a triple beam balance to measure the mass. Then they will use the formula Density = Mass / Volume to calcula

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5^{th} - 8^{th}

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Included in this lesson is a powerpoint and student worksheet for the oil and water lab. Students will find the density of oil and water, mix the two together, and observe what happens. They will also have different materials to pick from (kitty litter, sawdust, diapers, cotton balls, etc) and see w

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7^{th} - 10^{th}

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This lab was designed to introduce middle school students to conducting and writing a proper lab report. They are guided through writing the hypothesis, listing their materials, collecting their data, etc...
In this lab students are asked to find the density of water using three different volumes

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7^{th} - 10^{th}

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Density is a concept that all science classes typically reference, even in biology. In biology, the focus is on the algebra and the idea that solid water is less dense than its liquid. This lab activity engages students in gathering evidence and explaining the phenomena of water density.This lab is

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6^{th} - 12^{th}

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Practice measurement of mass and volume as well as calculating density in this hands on activity in which factors that affect the density of ocean water are measured.Part 1 - Students will find the mass, volume, and density of water and then increase the salinity of that water to see how salinity af

Also included in: Density Bundle of 6 activities

Make it a complete lesson. Introduce density calculations using mathematical formulas then go to the lab and apply the new learning!Students:• Measure blocks and use V = l x w x h• Measure cylinder and use V =πhr2• Use water displacement to find volume of irregular substance• Calculate densityLab Co

Finding Volume and Density through the Displacement of Water common core lesson teaches students determine the volume and the density of objects that have an irregular shape. Students will also develop and practice higher order skills.

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6^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

Learning Objectives: ___Measure the density of 4 different sample sizes of water.___Investigate the proportional change in water mass when sample size (volume) changes.___Investigate the effect of this proportional change on the density calculation.___Represent the mass to volume relationship of wat

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8^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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Virtual Lab Packet to investigate how temperature of water affects the density of water.Virtual Lab corresponds to the virtual investigation on the following webpage:http://static.lawrencehallofscience.org/mare-sims/1-6-density-of-liquids.html *I do not own the virtual lab platform. I created a work

Students will work through this water experiment in order to test objects in fresh water and salt water to determine the reactions (whether it floats or sinks, time it takes for it to sink, how far it sinks, etc.). This experiment organizer will help students organize their hypothesis, observations

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This set of student worksheets will require 4 soil samples, approximately 1/2 cup each sample, 4 graduated cylinders, funnels and filter paper per group. You may do this as a guided demonstration as well. During this investigation I allowed my students to use primary level microscopes as an engage

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4^{th} - 6^{th}

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The Density of Water and Ice is a common core lesson that teaches students about the difference in density between liquid water and ice.
Higher order thinking skills are also practiced and developed.

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6^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

This is an excerpt from my popular line ofBossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon=================================Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't havemore than 100 State Tests on their shoulders- and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes to teach their class.But I've be

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6^{th} - 11^{th}

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Density lesson #5 of 7 Water is SpecialInteractive reading of the special properties of waterInvestigating the phenomenon of Icebergs and when they flipDiscussion of the motion of molecules in solids, liquids, and gases*Designed to be teacher lead discussion - make a copy of the slide deck for each

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Perfect for Easter/Spring. This is a Power Point designed for remote teaching/learning but can be used in the classroom. Complete experiment instructions including data sheet, why it works and why maybe it didn't work.

A unit on measurement is an excellent back-to-school science unit for elementary and middle school students. Students measure the density of water and compare it to rubbing alcohol and sugar water. The activity can be run in an inquiry fashion if you don’t tell students that the density of water is

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6^{th} - 9^{th}

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Students will analyze the density of water through an exploration of water in liquid and solid state. Using acombination of liquid water and oil, students will see how density impacts fluid behavior.After completing this lesson, students will understand:The densities of water, ice, and oil in compar

This is an excerpt from my popular line ofBossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon=================================Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't havemore than 100 State Tests on their shoulders- and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes to teach their class.But I've be

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6^{th} - 11^{th}

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This Calculating the Density of Water Lab was designed for middle school students who may not yet have a solid grasp or understanding of density. Perfect for students to explore that, regardless of volume, all like materials have the same density, and great for reinforcing concepts of measuring the

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5^{th} - 7^{th}

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Inquiry lab in which students are asked to show the relationship between the temperature and density of water. They must figure out how to measure density and then accurately describe how temperature affects the density. Then they must figure out how to measure the density of ice, and explain how

Looking for a resource to help you teach your students about the density of water? Then download this doodle sheet today!In this doodle sheet your students will learn about what the density of a substance is, the units used to measure density and how the density of a liquid is measuredThis resource

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: STEMthinking Custom Bundle for VV

This is a chemistry mini-research assignment on how the density of water changes with temperature. Thanks so much for visiting! Teachers: Use this as a graded homework activity in science. Have a wonderful year of learning. Excelsior!

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Students compare the density of very salty water, slightly salty water, and tap water using a density tube setup. They also calculate the density of the water samples.

Also included in: Water Unit