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94 resources with the concept vapor

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Stoichiometry Worksheet #2

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
For this Stoichiometry worksheet, students balance a chemical equation and use this equation to solve for additional problems given. They also balance an equation to apply and solve for complete combustion of 4 questions. Finally,...
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Science: The Three Forms of Water

For Teachers K
Students compare the different forms of water and observe an experiment demonstrating how water flows downward. On the first day, they examine sealed bags containing the three forms of water. In cooperative groups, students conduct...
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Introduce Solids

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students identify and interpret a variety of solid materials - cloth, wood, metal, plastic, paper, and rubber. After a period of free exploration, they then describe the properties of the objects and develop vocabulary in order to...
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Structure of the Earth

For Teachers 7th
Seventh graders study the cause of climate change, and how clouds form and affect weather. They define condensation and precipitation, the greenhouse effect and the water cycle.
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Measuring Water Vapor: The Microwave Water Radiometer (MWR)

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Young scholars investigate water vapor. They view and analyze photos, conduct Internet research, and analyze the total water vapor/total liquid water data plot.
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Seasonal Cloud Cover Variations

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students recognize different cloud types. They determine the seaonality of various types of clouds. They graph the data and determine if a correlation exists between season, cloud cover and type of clouds most prevalent during each season.
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I'm Melting

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Students use literature and science to compare ice, water, and water vapor. They participate in an ice cube melting activity and record their data. They finis the lesson by reviewing what they learned in the lesson.
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Alternative Snowflakes

For Teachers K - 2nd
Students discover how snowflakes in nature are really formed, and recreate this process with paper and glue. This art lesson gets some scientific learning in as well.
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Water Cycle Unit

For Teachers 4th
Fourth graders depict what they have learned of the water cycle through a Culminating Activity.
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Rain Making - Understanding the Formation of Rain

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Students read and conduct and experiment to learn about rain formation. For this water forms lesson, students read about the formation of rain and its purposes. Students then complete a rain experiment activity.
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Worksheet 1

For Students 9th - 10th
In this worksheet, students calculate the density, molar mass, and volume of given word problems. Students also calculate the partial pressure of the gases given in the particular problem.
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Chemistry Practice

For Students 9th - 11th
In this chemistry practice activity, students select the correct response to the given questions. Students apply knowledge about the states of matter, finding vapor pressure and atmospheric pressure.
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Worksheet: Phase Diagrams

For Students 10th - 12th
In this phase diagram learning exercise, students complete 7 fill in the blank questions about three different diagrams. Triple point, critical pressure, and critical temperature for water and carbon dioxide are examples of items...
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Hydrosphere

For Students 3rd - 4th
In this earth science worksheet, students identify and describe why water is such an important resource for everyone including animals. They also explain why it is an agent for erosion and essential to weathering both as a solvent and as...
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Chemistry: The Collapsing Can

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Pupils observe methods by which air can crush aluminum cans. As water in the can boils and is sealed, the can collapses as it cools. When the procedure is reversed, the can expands to its original shape. After the alternate experiment,...
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States of Matter: Liquid

For Teachers 9th - 10th
Students work in a mini lab where they measure the temperature every 30 seconds for several minutes as water is heated. They are asked what makes liquid different from a solid. Students view a PowerPoint on the model of liquids,...
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Observing, Describing, And Identifying Contrails

For Teachers 4th - 10th
Students compare the three types of contrails that are produced by aircraft exhaust. They examine pictures of contrails on the internet to classify each as short lived, persistent or persistent spreading. They then sketch examples in...
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A New Phase in Town

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students use the CBL or temperature probe to take measurements as ice is changed to water and then to water vapor. The data is graphed and compared.
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Learning Lesson: Sweatin' to the Coldies

For Teachers 9th - 10th
Students participate in a demonstration to show the change of water vapor to a liquid. They discuss the three states of matter. They examine flash flood safety to end the lesson.
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Is It Really Water?

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Students explore the three phases of water, solid, liquid, and gas through experimentation and the reading of several literature connections. Water is experienced in the form of a solid, is seen as a vapor and originated as a liquid.
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Condensation

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students explain how water changes from vapor to liquid with a change in temperature by engaging in this experiment. They use a worksheet imbedded in this instructional activity to guide their inquiry.
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Water Cycle Unit Introduction

For Teachers 4th
Fourth graders record what they know and would like to know about the water cycle and infer what occurs in the observed scene of precipitation.