A short reading to help scholars learn how to determine the volume of irregular objects via water displacement. The second page is a summarizing activity that asks scholars to explain how to measure the volume of an irregular object, using the
Each page has a color picture of an animal cell with one organelle labeled, and a short (1-2 paragraph) description of that organelle. I use these to teach my scholars the functions of animal cell organelles!
I typically do this as a gallery walk,
A reference sheet with pictures to show scholars how to use digital scales to measure the mass of an object. The front is for normal objects, and the back explains how to measure the mass of trickier objects that might not stay on a scale easily.
I give this to my scholars after they have learned all three ways to measure volume. It comes in handy as my scholars are still mastering when to use which method - length x width x height, liquid in a graduated cylinder, or water
I use these at the beginning of the school year to show my scholars several different reasons why it's important to study science! Often, my scholars like science and think it's cool, but my goal is to build investment in my course in a few