2. Describe density as a property of matter
3. 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
4 Use metric measurement devices in an investigation.
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Today in Class:
1.You corrected the I ❤ Density Lab, page 1. After this, you completed a “Gallery Walk,” which is sort of a science take on Art Prize. Everyone put their illustration of the Density Chart (results) on the table. Then, the class all walked around the tables, observed each of the students’ drawings and “voted” with a small sticky note. That was fun, and some of your illustrations were amazing!
2. Next, you participated in a Metric Measurement Station Lab. You and a partner moved from station to station and actively answered questions. You had stations that focused on temperature, mass, volume, and length. You probably have 5+ stations to complete tomorrow on this lab.
Homework: If you did not have time to complete the reading that was assigned last night— please read and complete the Write-Ins, pages 14-19.