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Average Speed and Graphing Lab - Use a live organism to teach average speed graphing using distance/time and position/time graphs. Included in the package: - Complete lab procedures and materials list - Sample data and graph - Student data table - Lab conclusion questions that reinforce average spe
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PROCEEDS BENEFIT "REACH INC."-EMPOWERING ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES http://www.reachinc.org Great COMBINATION of both math and science! This is an updated version by Southern Science Specialists. New content, assessment prompts, and graphical template. ---------------------------------------------
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Great 1st week or 1st month STEM activity! All parts are EDITABLE! This is a great way to introduce the science process (better phrase for scientific method). *****Focus on the NGSS PRACTICES Dimension***** The National Research Council's (NRC) Framework describes a vision of what it means to be
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This is a great math/science activity for the fall. Students will measure pumpkins to find the circumference, stem length, height, and weight. Then, students will count the seeds, and graph the circumference and seed count to compare the amount of seeds to the circumference of the pumpkin. Is there
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There page lab or activity that shows students the concept of Best Fit Graphs. After being shown some examples students then draw best fit lines for both linear and non-linear examples. Third page has 11 questions about different graphing relationships and ideas.
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In this activity, students research seven different animals, their gestation periods and classification. Then, they create a bar graph showing their results. They form a conclusion about what characteristics or factors help determine the gestation period length. The lab report is filled in as stude
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The objective of this lab is to apply knowledge of graphing relationships to graph and determine the relationship between sunspots and time. Students will be asked to label and number the x- and y- axes on their graph, plot data in a line graph format, interpret the relationship between the indepen
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About SNAPs Lab Stations Activities SNAPs 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 stat
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This simple lab has students collect data by rolling two dice, creating a data table to show how many times each side of the die showed up, then turn this data into a bar graph. The lab tells the students to use their graphing formulas, which can be found on my worksheet about setting up the X-Y ax
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This is a one hour to 90 minute lab / activity that focuses on the importance of recycling, the average recyclable content of American trash and the ability to interpret and produce graphs. Student groups will receive a bag of household "trash," consisting of metals, glass, plastic and paper present
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Whether you teach upper elementary or middle school, it can be difficult to fit all of the subjects in a given day. With this activity, it makes it simple to teach math, writing, reading, health, and of course science together with one experiment. (I have done this activity as a 5th grade and 7th
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Student will track a ball as it rolls down a ramp. A pictorial, less mathematical method of graphing is introduced which can be very helpful as a bridge to more traditional graphing methods. Students will begin to develop an understanding of how to read motion graphs. Both speed and distance graphs
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Graphing lab that compares oxide and chloride number, atomic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy and electron afinity to the first twenty elements. Instructions on how to set up the graphs and questions that go with the trends are provided.
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Using food colour, students will: - learn how to graph results obtained from making measurements - demonstrate that particles diffuse in a regular rate from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration (that there is a relationship between distance moved and time) This is a simpl
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This differentiated lab is for students to create and analyze speed and acceleration graphs. Students will calculate average speed and demonstrate their graphing skills as they learn about the relationships between slopes and speed of an object. Science process skills are reinforced throughout the
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This lab can be completed with bags of candy, such as Skittles or M&M's. I picked up favor tins from the local craft store and used craft beads (to avoid food allergies). Each tin contains 25 beads of varying colors. Each student gets a tin and makes a prediction about what color they believ
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A great activity to introduce scientific methods, graphing, and measurement. This could be used at the start of the school year to introduce students to these methods or it could be used at the end of a unit or course as a lab practical. In this activity, students will test the melt rate of ice us
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Students LOVE being REAL CSI’s for the DAY! In TEAMS or Partners--they make two sets of their own INDEX Fingerprint– and compare to the National Standards in a Bar Graph and Pie Chat. Then, they add their 2nd Print to the CLASS POSTER– and they compare the CLASS’s fingerprint percentages (all gui
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This is to be used when teaching a unit on graphing. Students will be creating a survey question for the class along with select answers. They will survey students in class, recording their answers as tallies on a chart. When completed, students will then create a graph of their results and answe
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Students determine the density of one element based upon the calculated densities of those in similar position on the periodic table. Students graph the known densities to determine the unknown.
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This activity bundle for the Systems of Equations and Inequalities Unit, includes the following graphic organizers, game and graphing activity: Solving Systems of Equations and Inequalities-jeopardy style game \$4.00 Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing \$3.00 Solving Systems of Line
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About SNAPs Lab Stations Activities SNAPs 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 stat
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Looking for ways to differentiate in your classroom? The Physics Files Series is the perfect solution. This series consists of station labs for each unit covered in a typical year of physics. Each investigation contains multiple lab stations to get students engaged and moving around. All stations
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Need a simple graphing lab for physics? Look no further! This lab requires just a few materials (listed below) to conduct and students construct three velocity-time graphs. They also draw a position-time graph and an acceleration-time graph to accompany one of the velocity-time graphs. Materials r
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