This is a simple, easy-to-follow single-page printable to assist your students in recording their observations for the celery experiment to learn about water absorption.You could also link this activity to human body science by comparing what happens to the celery to capillary action in the circulat
Looking for a simple yet fun absorption activity to place in your science center or teach as a whole group?Here is a downloadable absorption recording sheet along with visuals you can use in addition to the actual objects (materials). There are two types of recording sheets.
Which objects are water-absorbent and which objects are water-repellent? How much water can a diaper absorb? This product includes a lesson plan and worksheets for an experiment that tries to answer these questions. Your students will learn about 'super absorbent polymers' inside of diapers and test
These labs are perfect for helping students explore how reflection, refraction and absorption work. The labs that are included are as follows:**Student lab sheets are included for each lab, they have places for students to record their hypothesis, materials, observations and conclusions. (question
In this DIAGRAM science station, students read a passage about reflection, refraction, and absorption and observe how light moves through the water. Students diagram their observations then answer questions about the diagram within their science journals or on the included worksheets.This DIAGRAM
This presentation Lesson Plan has 35 slides on the following topics:
The Water Cycle and Climates, The Water (Hydrologic) Cycle, Groundwater, Permeability, Capillarity, Rainfall and Stream Flow, Factors Affecting Stream Flow, Watersheds (Drainage Basin), How Heat Energy Travels, Insolation, Angle o
Reflection Refraction and Absorption Stations
This is a 3-station activity to demonstrate light energy reflection, refraction, and absorption to your students.
These stations are very simple to set-up, and this resource includes a student lab sheet that is very easy for kids to follow independent
This 3 day science experiment worksheet allows students to observe & write about the changes that happen to a stalk of celery that is placed in colored water. Two stalks of celery are placed in water (one plain, one colored) and observations are both drawn & written over the course of the n
This 11 page notes outline Lesson Plan has blanks for student to fill in as the students watch the "Water Cycle and Climates PowerPoint Presentation" and as the teacher covers the following topics:
The Water Cycle and Climates, The Water (Hydrologic) Cycle, Groundwater, Permeability, Capillarity,
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Games engage! With much to cover and limited time, this water cycle and weather card helps teachers use time efficiently and assists student’s absorption of content, cause and effect relationships and builds vocabulary. Students will build water cycles and collect sets of weather instruments, cloud
This worksheet has 20 Earth Science Regents questions about the effect of color and texture on energy absorption. This makes a great homework sheet or in-class review.
Energy absorption by light vs. dark colors,
Energy reflection by light vs. dark colors,
Energy absorption by smoo
This worksheet has 15 Earth Science Regents questions about the absorption and radiation of energy lab activity. This makes a great homework sheet or in-class review.
Color and absorption
Color and re-radiation
Rate of temperature change
Activity: Quick Card Sort amongst students in groups or alone, after which students can be given a handout with prerecorded answers or they can write the answers on the handout based on your preferences or time allowances. The Fill-In sheet can be used as a quiz and Handouts are positioned on half-s
Product Overview: I used to rely on a webquest I made from USGS, but the site is gone, so I had to remake the WebQuest. This two-file zipped download will help your kids learn why water is a unique substance. Here's a little description of each file: 1) PDF Docs - Each 2 pages long, include the stud
Looking for a simple yet fun "Does it Dissolve?" activity to place in your science center or teach as a whole group?Here is a downloadable absorption recording sheet along with visuals you can use in addition to the actual objects (materials). There are two types of recording sheets.
This Smartboard Notebook presentation Lesson Plan has 35 slides on the following topics:
The Water Cycle and Climates, The Water (Hydrologic) Cycle, Groundwater, Permeability, Capillarity, Rainfall and Stream Flow, Factors Affecting Stream Flow, Watersheds (Drainage Basin), How Heat Energy Travels,
This 11 page Lesson Plan contains the following 67 vocabulary words and definitions related to The Water Cycle and Climates Unit in Earth Science:
Oceanography, Water Cycle, Phase, Liquid, Freezing Temperature, Absolute Zero, Solid, Evaporation, Gas, Water Vapor, Aerosol, Cloud, Coalesce, Colloid,
This bundle contains most of the materials I use to teach a Water & Energy unit near the start of 9th/10th grade Earth Science. It contains notes, labs, activities, handouts, quizzes, and review. Most answer keys are included at the end of each handout.Documents included in this bundle:Angles
This fun demonstration of absorption and color mixing can be used for vocabulary development, targeted speech or as a simple science experiment. Engage children in making predictions, inferencing, and recording observations. Perfect as part of a weather study, a color study, St. Patrick's Day unit
This experiment has students construct solar collectors made of two different colors of materials. Then they will compare the heat absorbing ability of solar collectors that contain water to those that do not contain water.
It’s well known among educators that complex and abstract topics can be understood more easily (especially by younger students) when concepts are introduced visually. Visuals not only improve a student’s ability to understand how something works, butalso help with retention. Furthermore, by seein
This STEM Lessons and Challenges unit focuses on solar energy and heat absorption. Students are challenged to design and create a solar-heated water faucet. This unit includes a teacher support page, science concept and visual literacy pages, a challenge page, a suggested materials list, and design