Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3

Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
Elementary Chemistry – Solids #3
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163 MB|19 pages, 4 audio files, 56 videos, and a PowerPoint™ presentation
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This is the third activity in my Solids unit. Included in your purchase you'll find 4 audio files, 6 videos, 1 PowerPoint™ presentation.

   Melt ice on a variety of surfaces to introduce students to solids changing to liquids.
   Videos of the activity have been included in real time and time-lapse. Compare your results
   to our results. You might choose to graph your data to help you compare.

   Read about melting, choosing from text with two reading levels, two image types
   (blackline and color), and two languages (English text or Spanish text). The text has been
   recorded for students who benefit from hearing the information.

   Demonstrate melting and refreezing with a wet string, a cup of water, a pinch of salt,
   and an ice cube. A video shows how it's done!

   As an extension or a performance assessment, challenge students to keep an ice cube
   from melting in their lemonade stand.

This resource could be included in a unit that meets NGSS 5-PS1-2♦.

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♦ 5-PS1-2. Measure and graph quantities to provide evidence that regardless of the type of change that occurs when heating, cooling, or mixing substances, the total weight of matter is conserved.
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19 pages, 4 audio files, 56 videos, and a PowerPoint™ presentation
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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