Think-About-It-Thursday: Physical Properties and Physical Changes Lab

Hello everyone! Happy “Friday-Eve”!

Today we engaged in a stations-based lab about physical properties and physical changes. As a whole, each class did a great job! They were engaged in the station, completing their lab foldable/booklet, and the moment the timer went off they were smoothly transitioning to the next station. Hats off to them!

Here’s an overview of our day (don’t forget, the link to our class prezi can be found here: prezi.com/yly3xhxroqrc/think-about-it-thursday/ ):

Station 1: It’s Just Paper (physical change activity)

Station 2: Can Crush (physical properties & inferences about possible physical changes activity)

Station 3: Sink of Float (physical properties activity)

Station 4: Mystery objects (physical properties & inferences about possible physical changes activity)

Station 5: Can You Bend Water? (video station: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhWQ-r1LYXY)

Station 6: m&m’s Magic! (physical properties and physical changes activity)

Below is the Interactive Notebook Spread for pages 16 and 17:

Interactive Notebook Spread 16-17

NEED SOME DOCUMENTS? CHECK HERE! 🙂

Physical Properties & Changes Pre-Lab Questions can be found here: Physical Properties & Changes Pre-lab Questions

Physical Properties & Changes Lab Foldable & Synthesis Questions can be found here: Physical Properties and Changes Lab Foldable and Synthesis Questions

Here are some great shots from our lab today!

Physical Properties and Changes Lab Action

Are you having a difficult time trying to assemble the foldable? Here are some pictures to help!

How to Make Your Lab Foldable

 

All in all, another lab under our belts! DO NOT FORGET! TOMORROW WE WILL TAKE QUIZ 1.5 (about physical properties & changes)!

See you tomorrow!

Mrs. Barton Signature

 

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