1. Use tools and equipment (spring scales, graduated cylinders, beakers, triple beam balance scale, digital scale, meter sticks and trundle wheel, thermometer, ) appropriate to scientific investigations
2. Use metric measurement devices in an investigation.
Today in Class:
1.You should have completed the Metric Measurement Lab #1. If you have any questions for Ms. Kelly or Mr. Fowler, you will be able to ask us Monday !
2. You viewed a collection of video clips with a small group. You should have tried to “Spot the Evidence” – and not what you observed in the video clips that helped you to determine if these were showing physical or chemical changes. You were able to refer to your text, pages 21-25, 107, and 164-167— for clues!! The video clips are copied below, in case you were absent, or want to use these for review.
You and your group should have noted your evidence on the worksheet given to you.
- Icicles melting
- evaporating water
- carbon snake
- Gummi Bears –
- water moving because of sound waves
- “Elephant’s toothpaste”
- cook hot dog; melting steel
9. Cleaning the Shower/Tub https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GrCbwZIbwM
10. Making a Rocket Balloon Move
11. “Cleaning” Pennies
12. Acidic Oceans Experiment
Study your notes— physical and chemical properties; metric measurement, tools, units; types of matter (elements, compounds, mixtures); density….
Actively review your notes — (see Monday) or play a Study Game.
QUIZ #2 : Next Wednesday