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Having a hard time finding assessments for measuring the volume of a liquid? I always pair this assessment with real, hands-on practice in the classroom. I’ve also used it to introduce this topic with the assessment first so the students know how to read the graduated cylinders before you give them
This worksheet has basic practice reading volume with a graduated cylinder, reading a thermometer in degrees Celsius, and reading mass on a triple beam balance. This would be a great review or homework assignment following a measurement lab.
These displaced volume exercises will give your students the practice they need to master this difficult skill. I always pair this assessment with real, hands-on practice in the classroom. I’ve also used it to introduce this topic with the assessment first so the students know how the process works
This presentation walks students through reading a graduated cylinder. Guided practice encourages students to practice skills throughout the presentation! Please let me know if I could add or change anything to make this product even better! Your feedback is always appreciated!! Also see my presen
This FREE reference was designed to help students learn the steps to measuring the volume of a liquid. They can be used a variety of ways and I have carefully crafted them to be very step-by-step and detailed. Enjoy! Included in this package: ✔ Student Handout “What is a meniscus?” ✔ Student Handou
I have created two graduated cylinders for third grade math common core activities. These can be printed out and pasted on student work or pasted onto Power Point/Smart Board/Promethean Board presentations. One suggestion: paste them into Power Point and draw a rectangle over the cylinder(s) to r
3rd - 12th
This is a graduated cylinder object made in PowerPoint 2010. This cylinder provides a simple but powerful example for your math or science classes when giving directions or when the hands-on approach isn't feasible. This file is fully made with PowerPoint basic objects, so you can change the water
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
The first sheet has 3 triple beam balances and 3 graduated cylinders to measure, The second sheet is a simple worksheet we use to write down the objective for the day and a space for the students to write down the question and their answer.
3rd - 8th
This product includes 16 task cards asking students to read the volume of various sized graduated cylinders. There are four of each 10 mL, 50 mL, 100 mL, and 250 mL sized graduated cylinders to read. Just print, laminate, and cut for use again and again every year! This would be a perfect science
4th - 8th
Students will read the minor grids, record the volume, and draw the meniscus of graduated cylinders. Can be used in a lab station or as a quick equipment quiz.
4th - 6th
This is a fun and educational lab for students to do while learning how to measure liquids in a graduated cylinder. It involves minimal equipment and a very easy lab set-up. Students actively participate in this lab by handling simple equipment, using metric measurements, and making observations a
6th - 9th
These vocabulary strips are part of a larger collection of 38 word wall strips that can be found in my store: Science Tools Word Wall! This download includes 2 "sentence strips" for your SCIENCE TOOLS word wall. Each strip displays a vocabulary term, a description/definition, and a visual represent
Science Journal topics are designed to be a short, reflective part of every class. They can be given at the beginning (following a lesson from the previous day) or end of every class (following the lesson from that day). Statistics show that journaling is very effective for maximizing retention for
This worksheet contains illustrations of segments of graduated cylinders that have a mark with a meniscus. It is a good introductory exercise for helping students learn volumetric measurements like those found on pipettes, syringes, and other instrumentation in a chemistry lab. Please be sure to ra
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Details on how to read a graduated cylinder with a small example image. This follows the Pearson Physical Science textbook lessons. This is centered to fit into a graphic organizer/interactive notebook.
Takes students step by step how to find the volume of an object using a graduated cylinder.
4th - 5th
Graphic to help students understand how to read a graduated cylinder.
This is a basic lab to help students learn how to use different scientific instruments
6th - 8th
Students will use graduated cylinders and scales to determine the density of various minerals. Then they will answer questions about hardness and the chemistry of rocks and minerals. I provided students with a box of rocks from which they had to identify quartz and pyrite and then measure the densit
5th - 9th
This worksheet requires a graduated cylinder, and a few object, like -A Penny -A Marble -A Paper Clip-A Eraser-A Die-And a Button
Students use a balance and a graduated cylinder to find the density of some everyday objects. Definition of density is included as well as some practical uses/questions about density. Quick, easy and effective! This lesson is part of the following bundle-Check it out! Measuring and Calculating DENS
Photo of laboratory glassware - beaker, flask, graduated cylinder. Photo resolution is 300 ppi in JPG format and provided in three sizes: - 11in x 8.5in (landscape) - A4 (landscape) - 8in x 8 in (square) Photo is taken by Beverly O’Loughlin of Bev’s Learning Hut. Please send me a message for an
Lab Equipment Crossword. Equipment covered in this crossword are: graduated cylinder, funnel, Bunsen burner, beaker tongs, Florence flask, retort stand, overflow can, test tube clamp, watch glass, evaporating dish, Petri dish, beaker, Erlenmeyer flask, ring clamp, electronic balance, dissecting pin
Search Terms: glassware, beaker, Erlenmeyer flask, weigh boat, meniscus, graduated cylinderIn this lab students become familiar with the three main piece of glassware in the lab : beakers, Erlenmeyer flasks, and graduated cylinders. Emphasis is put on beakers being used for storage, Erlenmeyers for
9th - 12th

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