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Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 4 iii A Note From the Author This curriculum is designed for elementary level students and provides an introduction to the scientific di

Materials at a Glance Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 water 12 ice cube trays or paper cups small frying pan or saucepan with lid pot holder 2 Styrofoam cups freezer stove Experiment 5 2 raw e

Experiment 12 two prisms glass or plastic flashlight sunlight white wall, whiteboard, or other white surface colored pencils Experiment 13 3 small jars 180 ml 34 cup vegetable oil 120 ml 12 cup water

vi Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 4 Materials Equipment Quantities Needed for All Experiments Equipment Continued Kits Foods baking soda, 60 ml 4 Tbsp eggs, raw, 2 i

Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 4 vii Materials Materials Quantities Needed for All Experiments Materials continued Misc. experimental snail and worm barriers. Set the

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Contents CHEMISTRY Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 BIOLOGY Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment PHYSICS Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment GEOLOGY Experiment Experi

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Experiment 1 Get Inside a Cell Phone Materials Needed An old, used cell phone, preferably one that is no longer needed. If a used cell phone cannot be located, you can substitute any other electroni

2 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 4 Objectives In this experiment, students will disassemble a modern technological item and explore how scientific discoveries are needed

Introduction Experiment 1 Get Inside a Cell Phone Have your students further disassemble the cell phone, if possible, without destroying any of the components. Have the students draw all the compon

Experiment 12 Separating Light Materials Needed two prisms glass or plastic flashlight sunlight white wall, whiteboard, or other white surface colored pencils

38 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 4 Objectives In this experiment students will observe how white light can be separated into different wavelengths. The objectives of

Physics Experiment 12 Separating Light Have the students direct sunlight through the 90 bend of the prism. Again have a white surface behind the prism. Have them record what they see. 39 In the c

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