Are You a Trend Setter?
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Students are introduced to the periodic table of elements. They devise and perform and experiment in which they determine the density of specific elements. They use their results to predict the density of other elements in the same group.
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What are Igneous Rocks and How are They Formed?
Crystals form before your very eyes! What sixth grader wouldn't enjoy this lesson on igneous rock formation? Using hot Salol, junior geologists observe the crystal formation process as the material cools. This comprehensive lesson plan...
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Graphing Periodic Table Trends
Through the creation of eight graphs for each trend on the periodic table, scholars learn there are multiple patterns. The project encourages groups to equally divide work, verify with outside sources, graph and share data in Google...
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What are the Trends in the Periodic Table?
For this periodic trends worksheet, students fill out a portion of a periodic table with the atomic number, the atomic radius, the number of shells and the number of outer shell electrons for each element shown. They answer six questions...
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What Can Tree Rings Tell Us About Climate?
Tree rings are slightly thicker on the south side of the tree because it receives more sunlight. Part two in a series of five lessons helps learners analyze tree rings to determine the environmental conditions that caused size...
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We're Oversalting Our Food, and It's Not What You Think
Would you believe we are salting our food as it grows? Water tables rise in areas cleared for crops causing the salty water to reach the roots of those crops. The video narrator explains the negative effects on plants as well as...
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