Students learn about conduction, convection, and radiation by completing this heat transfer lab where they create s'mores!
Materials needed: marshmallow, skewer, Hershey bar, graham cracker, hot plate
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PowerPoint teaching about solids, liquids, and gases.
Includes facts about each state, how the particles move in each state of matter and how each state moves into the next.
Includes 3 practice questions to check for understanding.
Have a "final
Students will learn about independent, dependent, and constant variables
Making a hypothesis
Description of each type of variable
Guided Notes are a free product in my store to download and use with this PowerPoint!
Students will learn how to create a chemical reaction. This lab should be used after the teacher has taught the different between a physical and a chemical reaction.
Ziploc plastic sandwich
Students will need a mini size pack of skittles for this lab!
Students will go through the different steps of the scientific method as they discover how many candies of each color are in one bag of Skittles. Students will record data on charts,
Students will learn about the three states of matter during this interactive lab.
Ice cube, hot plate, thermometer, plastic bag, beaker, digital scale
Students will go through the lab measuring the weight of each state of
This is used at the end of the unit as a review.
Students will complete a crossword puzzle on the different types of waves using important vocabulary.
Students will complete 5 comprehension questions based different facts about waves.
Jeopardy game for review on....
- matter (solid, liquid, gas, how and why states change, atom movement)
- energy (conduction, convection, radiation, insulator, conductor)
- waves (light, sound, and earthquake waves)
- earth's structure (layers of
Students will be introduced to the different parts of the scientific method in this PowerPoint
Each step and what it entails
Measurable Vs. Non-Measurable
Inference Vs. Observation
Qualitative and Quantitative
Independent, Dependent, and
Students create oobleck to better understand the Earth's mantle. Includes background knowledge to the Earth's mantle, materials needed, creating a hypothesis, step by step directions, and five comprehension questions.
Students will learn how to find the density, mass, displacement and volume of different objects.
Works great as different centers to have students rotate to the different activity.
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