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During this demonstration, the teacher will walk students through an experiment to test whether the mass of popcorn before it is popped is conserve...

Students discover the science behind the fun while they experiment with three fascinating polymers. Real world examples of conservation of mass, surface tension, polarity, osmosis, saturation, evaporation and more can be demonstrated repeatedly, since the included polymers are reusable. Includes materials for 12 students to conduct multiple experiments plus teacher and student guides.

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Support a Cement Block! Engineering Design Lab

Structure and Design - Support a Cement Block! Engineering Design Lab - exercise: construct a platform with tape and index cards to support a cement block off the ground

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Elements SUPERHERO Project {Editable}

Gr.6-10. This is a four part EDITABLE ELEMENTS PROJECT with students' instructions, marking scheme and teacher instruction sheets. The usual element project either involves a poster, pamphlet or presentation on an element. This is a different project which requires more imagination, creativity and synthesis from the students. It is also more fun. Since I have moved towards this type of element project, students have created higher quality work and are more on task.

112.14 b5B: the student is expected to describe and classify samples of matter as solids, liquids, and gases and demonstrate that solids have a definite shape and that liquids and gases take the shape of their container. Common Core and So Much More: Teaching Matter with Root Beer Floats! K-3

Wordsearch with THINKING involved- in this case students highlight the word according to whether it is a solid, liquid, or gas. Great way to up the rigor!