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Kelly Hudson (khudson@steds.org)

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🔎 (A3) Measuring Rocks: Mass ⚖️

Mass is the amount of matter in an object. The mass of an object can be measured with a balance scale. The unit for mass is grams. The abbreviation for grams is g. When the pans contain exactly the same mass, the beam is in balance. A paperclip has a mass of 1 gram. Observations help you make predictions. 1. Click on the link to watch the video. 2. Use your iPad to take a video of you predicting the mass of your rock. 3. Click add to open the template. 4. Upload upload your prediction video. 5. Measure the mass of the rock. Take a photo. The photo should show the entire balance scale. 6. Upload upload your photo. 7. Use the label tool to write the mass of the rock. Include the unit (g). 8. Record mic a summary of the activity. Be sure to use the words mass, grams, and balance scale. 9. Click the green check to save.

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