Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension

Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
Popcorn Science Experiment Reading Comprehension
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(2 MB|14 pages)
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4.0
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Standards
NGSS5-PS1-2
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A set of four resources for popcorn science. Includes a popcorn experiment, popcorn reading comprehension and more! This packet contains the resources below.

1. An experiment where the mass of a popcorn bag is measured before and after popping. The difference in mass represents the amount of water in the popcorn kernels before popping. Teacher and student activity sheets included.

2. Informational text on the science of popcorn popping. Article relates water loss to the Law of Conservation of Mass. Includes a multiple choice question sheet as well as a writing prompt worksheet.

3. The resource also provides a graphing activity where three brands of popcorn are measured for their water content. Custom graph paper provided.

4. Template for a popcorn cootie catcher that has interesting facts about popcorn.

Elementary Science Units

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NGSS5-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. Examples of reactions or changes could include phase changes, dissolving, and mixing that forms new substances. Assessment does not include distinguishing mass and weight.
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14 pages
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