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Kristi Fortenberry

Science- Properties of Matter- Weight

Grades: Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, 1st Grade
Subjects: Science

Student Instructions

Click the link to watch the lesson video. What you will learn from this video: Some materials have properties best suited for certain purposes. In this lesson we will learn about stretchiness, absorbency and strength. Comparing different materials involves doing experiments. For the activity, you will: 1. Find 5-6 objects. 2. Arrange the objects in line from smallest to biggest. 3. Take a picture of the items with the photo. 4. Use your hand to guess or a scale to find out which of the objects are the heaviest. 5. Arrange the objects in line from lightest to heaviest. 6. Take another picture of the items with the photo. 7. Observe your two pictures to find out how many items were in the same position in line. Use the drawing tool to circle the objects that are in the same place in the line of your objects. Click the green check to turn in the activity.

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