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Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 3 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 3 pencil or pen Optional colored pencils glasses or plastic cups, several measuring cup 3 bags, small paper or plastic several small rocks 510 Legos handf

Experiment 12 Experiment 13 Experiment 14 3 Styrofoam cups 355 ml 12 oz. size about 240 ml 1 cup each sand pebbles small rocks studentcollected or purchased from a place that sells aquarium supplie

vi Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 3 Materials Equipment Quantities Needed for All Experiments Foods baking powder, doubleacting ,15 ml 1 Tbsp. beans, dried, 2 or more

Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 3 vii Materials Materials Quantities Needed for All Experiments Materials continued Other closet or cardboard box dirt, pebbles, rocks,

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Contents CHEMISTRY Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 BIOLOGY Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment INTRODUCTION Experiment 1 A Day Without Science Make It Mix Make It Unmix Ma

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Experiment 1 A Day Without Science Materials Needed pencil or pen colored pencils optional

2 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 3 Objectives In this experiment, students will observe how science has contributed to new technologies. The objectives of this lesson ar

Introduction Experiment 1 A Day Without Science 3 II. Observe It Read this section of the Laboratory Notebook with your students. Have your students explore the ways in which their lives are connec

Experiment 14 How Fast Is Water Materials Needed 3 Styrofoam cups 355 ml 12 oz. size about 240 ml 1 cup each sand pebbles small rocks 3 containers for collecting sand, pebbles, and small rocks g

60 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 3 Objectives This experiment introduces students to the concepts of porosity and groundwater. Students will explore how the porosity

Geology Experiment 14 How Fast Is Water 61 II. Observe It Read this section of the Laboratory Notebook with your students. If possible, have the students collect the sand, pebbles, and small rocks

62 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 3 V. Just For Fun By building a mud city with a landscape that has rivers and a lake, students can begin to explore how surface water

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