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This Mole Conversions scavenger hunt is an easy, no prep (print and go!) loop activity that will lead your students around your classroom solving a variety of problems involving converting between grams, moles, and molecules. Students will solve the problem at one station, then go on a hunt to find

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This HUGE bundle includesworksheets and activities to get your through the month of February. Included themes (or resources) are: Groundhog Day, Valentine's Day, Dental Health Month, 100th Day of School and Valentine's Day Fry's First 100 Word Jump. I am sure this will help you get all of your Febru

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This poster is a quick reference for the rules of logarithms in algebra. You may also like:Sketching Polynomials Task CardsGraphing Logarithmic Functions Cheat Sheet

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A Periodic Table of the Elements scavenger hunt puzzle all about elements found in the human body with a little modified Genetic Code thrown in - an introduction to future learning - why not!Just one in a series of student centered, fun, and engaging scavenger hunt puzzles designed to introduce and

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Also included in: Periodic Table of Elements Scavenger Hunt Puzzles Complete Set Distance Learning

A Periodic Table of the Elements scavenger hunt puzzle all about atomic numbers and some simple math! Elemental clues help students find and complete a magic square of atomic numbers.Just one in a series of student centered, fun, and engaging scavenger hunt puzzles designed to introduce and familiar

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Also included in: Periodic Table of Elements Scavenger Hunt Puzzles Complete Set Distance Learning

A Periodic Table of the Elements scavenger hunt puzzle all about elements and Morse code! Using Morse code, students will decipher the names of some mystery elements.Just one in a series of student centered, fun, and engaging scavenger hunt puzzles designed to introduce and familiarize students wit

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Also included in: Periodic Table of Elements Scavenger Hunt Puzzles Complete Set Distance Learning

Get kids excited about science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) with this fun hands-on collaborative project. Typically done during a Family Math Night event, this project can also be done in the classroom. The best part is, each person is individually represented in the fina

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BUCKYBALL! An Exploration into the Structures of Graphite, Diamond, and Bucky ball –(called Allotropes)
This activity provides you with 6 beautifully designed Buckyball templates that can be copied onto standard 8 1/2” x 11” cardstock. Your student will enjoy coloring and constructing these wonderf

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Use this handy printable resource as your go-to to help you with your significant figures/digits homework! Display on your homeschool or classroom wall for students to use as a reference as you learn the rules for sig figs. Also helpful for the advanced biology and chemistry student learning to use

In this fun multi-step activity, students must use a periodic table of elements to find atomic numbers and multiply them together mentally.
They can use the provided periodic table, or a current kids' almanac as my students like to do.

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This is actually a cross-curricular activity that involves literary definitions, some chemistry research, and math formulas. It is good to get the students ready for chemistry, and understand the differences in properties that are closely related!!
Thanks for visiting the House of the Three Dinosau

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A fun way to get into the periodic table and introduce the elements. Students must match the chemical symbol with its description below. There is an easy version of this available thru Scorton Creek for those just starting the Periodic Table. This one is a little longer and a little harder

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Assessment which features Scientific Notation Problems; Si conversions; and Fraction-Decimal equivalents

Students rotate around 9 stations. The students will measure the dimensions of various objects and calculate their volume. Students will use a ruler, metric stick, yarn or string, and a graduated cylinder. Some of the shapes include a sphere, cylinder, rectangular prism, and an irregularly-shaped

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Using system of linear equations to equalize chemical reactions.

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Beer's Law (Beer-Lambert Law):
The amount of energy absorbed or transmitted by a solution is proportional to the solution's molar absorptivity and the concentration of solute. In simple terms, a more concentrated solution absorbs more light than a more dilute solution does. The mathematical stateme

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Contains:
1) sci not tutorial 1 pg
2) sci not examples 1 pg
3) worksheet (2 pgs) with answers (2 pg)
4) worksheet (2 pgs) with answers (2 pg)
10 pages printable total

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As your student travels between four made-up countries to save her aunt from being wrongfully accused of spitting on the sidewalk, she must convert her country's currency to each new country's currency that she visits. She is walked through the step-by-step instructions, then she must make a map sho

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Use these 12 task card pairs to reinforce the skill of using dimensional analysis to convert units in your high school science or math course. Used as a bell-ringer, quiz, study station, review, students will be practicing using dimensional analysis to convert units. This free version is a sampling

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STEM Gummy Worm Science Experiment and Lesson Plan Using Scientific Method-Cover page-Lesson Plan-Two recording sheet pages aligned with scientific methodPerfect for math unit on measuring weight and length! I can be easily adjusted for many grades. The experiment could last from a few hours to a fe

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Grade Level: Kindergarten
Subject: Mathematics
Objective: The students will learn about the nickel coin and observe a clean penny up close after implementing a simple project.
Primary Standard Addressed: MAFS.1.MD.2.a

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Density is a fun topic to teach. It is fun demonstrating why things float! This quiz has a verbal portion, and a short math portion. Thanks ever so much for visiting. Have a wonderful school year!

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