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Kelly Hudson (khudson@steds.org)

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πŸ“ (A7) Density of Liquids

The purpose of this activity is to see which liquid (syrup, oil, or water) has the greatest density. Water has a density of one. Anything greater than 1 will sink below water. Anything less than 1 will float on water. Liquids with different densities form layers. 1. Click add to open the template. 2. Follow the steps in your notebook for each slide. 3. Click the draft button if you are not finished with this activity. 4. Click the green check to save. Required Content o photo of the three liquids – prediction labeled and circled o photo of the three liquids – labeled same volume and 100 mL each o photo of the three liquids – labeled with the mass of each liquid o photo of the results - labeled with greatest density and least density o photo of the results next to model – particles drawn – explain results o purpose of activity/what you learned Required Vocabulary o Density o Inference o Observe o Prediction o Particles o Volume o Mass o Beaker o Measure o Investigation o Evidence

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Science
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