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Melissa Bradley, M.Ed. (Curriculum and Instruction in Science Education)

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Atom Analogies (8.5A)

Use your understanding of atoms and subatomic particles to create an analogy for each item listed (use "label" to type your analogy). An example and sentence starters are provided. You may not use the example provided. Example: An atom is like a page in a book because atoms make up matter and pages make up a book. 1. A nucleus is like a ____ because_____. 2. A proton is like a ____ because_____. 3. A electron is like a ____ because_____. 4. A neutron is like a ____ because_____.

8th Grade, Science
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