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Students conduct a variety of exploration activities on various science topics. In this science lesson outline, students design a cell encapsulation to hold a specific type of medicine. They give examples of physical and chemical properties of substances.
Students measure the perimeter and area of their polygons. For this geometry lesson, students calculate the volume and area using the correct tools. They calculate the time and temperature and the perimeter and side lengths of triangles.
In this surface area and volume worksheet, 8th graders solve 11 various geometry problems that include determining the surface area and volume for the measurements given and finding the surface area for each solid shown. Then they determine the volume and surface area of a house, a can, a bottle of ketchup, and box of 12 cans. Also, students determine the surface area of an isosceles triangular prism.
Use this volume of solids lesson to have learners find the surface area and volume of cylinders, pyramids, and prisms. They place cubes inside three-dimensional figures to determine the volume. Worksheets and answers are provided.
Learners calculate volume using the correct formula and the correct unit. They explore different prisms, spheres, cubes, and cones as they calculate volume and relate it to depths in oceans.
In this geometry worksheet, students solve for the volume of various prisms including cylinders. There are 11 questions and several pages of examples for each problem type.
In this volume worksheet, students solve and complete 10 different problems that include determining the volume of books in a library and their weight. First, they complete the table with the weight, number of days and number of boxes used. Then, students calculate the volume needed for a basketball and multiply that number by the number of given students.
In this volume and surface area worksheet, students use given formulas to determine the volume and area of polyhedrea. This four-page worksheet contains examples, explanations and 32 problems. Answers are provided on the fourth page.
Students create a still life drawing creating volume using oil pastels. Given a specific set of directions and materials, a sphere is created using proper technique to convey volume. After the drawing is completed, students write a one-page paper analyzing the process of creating their drawing.
Eighth graders define volume, prisms, cylinders, pyramids, and cones. They find the volume of those shapes, and determine which volume formulas to use for each shape. They utilize a worksheet and access websites imbedded in this plan to gain practice.
Fourth graders find the volume of cubes and cylinders. To determine volume, they fill large cubes with centimeter cubes. They discuss the formula used to find the volume of a cube. Students explore why the solution to the volume of a cube is always a perfect cube. They use nets to discover the formula for finding the volume of cylinders.
In this mole conversion worksheet, students fill in 5 blanks, indicate if 4 statements are true or false, match 5 terms with the appropriate definitions, and solve 4 conversion problems. Students solve problems including molar volume, converting from moles to mass, calculating volumes of gases and Avogadro's hypothesis.
In this volume of cylinders worksheet, students solve 6 word problems related to the volume of various cylinders; students find volume, find height, solve reasoning problems and measure to given specifications.
Instruct your class on how to find the volume of a triangular pyramid using this tutorial. Learners can watch the video and take notes, later applying what they have seen to class work or homework. A clear video with direct instruction, this resource could also function as test review or a reference for class members.
Class members complete activities related to the story "Oklahoma Stone Soup." First, pupils read, discuss, and answer questions about the story. Next, to incorporate math into the lesson, learners make stone soup using a variety of vegetables. They vote on favorite vegetables, calculate their volume, and make predictions about how these items will change through the cooking process. To close the lesson, the class reads about soups from other cultures.
In this chemistry video, Sal teaches why work from expansion in an energy transfer takes up the space underneath the curved line of a PV Diagram. Pressure is on the left axis, and volume goes under the horizontal axis of the diagram. Sal draws the diagram, and simulates an energy transfer to prove the point.
Students investigate Nanotechnology. In this physic's lesson, students evaluate a hands-on model made from chocolate syrup and pretzels to determine the advantages of size. Students weigh chocolate syrup to determine it's wait in grams, and then measure pretzels in centimeters. After dipping the pretzels in the chocolate the students reweigh and remeasure the items. Students will explore and discuss many aspects of Nanotechnology.
Students explore the relationship between mass, volume and density. They use model boats to discover how changing mass and volume affect density. This is a very engaging lesson which provides great demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Fifth graders practice conversions from standard measurements to metric measurements using online games and online conversion tools. They work in teams of three to four to conduct hands-on experiments.
In this chemistry worksheet, students use the combined gas law to complete 9 short answer questions in which they calculate new volumes, .original pressures, and change in temperatures.