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Kerri Satherley

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Big Book - Will they float?

Listen to the Big Book. It is a different kind of a story, it is non-fiction. That means it is true. There is a lot of information and some new ideas so you might want to listen to some of the slides several times. 1. Have a look around your house (and outside) to find some things that you want to test. 2. Make a prediction - which ones do you think will float and which ones do you think will sink. 3. Sort your objects into 2 groups... sink and float, take a 4. Test your thinking. Use a bucket, a big bowl or the sink and fill it with water. Test your objects one at a time, do they float or sink. of some 5. Sort your objects into 2 groups... sink and float, take a 6. What do you notice? 7. 8 :photos:, perhaps use the function. Use the to share what you noticed CHALLENGE: can you make changes to something that sinks to make it float? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_syBz-9EkRU

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Science, Reading, STEAM
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