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#### What Floats Your Boat?

Clay's as good a material as any to build a boat, right? An introductory lesson sets the stage for two activities associated with buoyancy. The first involves building boats out of clay, while the second uses these boats to measure the...

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#### Computing Volume Progression 4

This resource was written for the younger math learner, but finding the volume of an irregular solid is also a problem for algebra and geometry students. Based on Archimedes’ Principle, one can calculate the volume of a stone by...

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#### WS 1.7 Density /Archimedes Principle

Archimedes' principle is practiced as chemistry learners practice computing the density of different gases, liquids, and solids. Using a chart of standard densities, they also identify unknown materials by similar calculations. Fifteen...

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#### Liquids

Liquids are lovely, and this slide show pays them the honor due! It introduces physics participants to the behavior and characteristics of liquids, buoyant force, Archimedes' and Pascal's principles, and the amazing properties of water....

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#### Density Review

In this density learning exercise, students review how to calculate density and how to apply Archimedes' Principle, Boyle's Law, and Charles' Law. This learning exercise has 10 matching, 13 short answer, and 6 fill in the blank questions.

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#### Descartes' Diver

Pique interest in water pressure, demonstrate buoyancy, and explore water displacement concepts with a homemade Cartesian diver. You may want to change the name of the toy, however, as is is not documented the Rene Descartes actually...

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#### Applied Science - Physics Pre-Lab

Learners observe fluid motion. In this Physics lesson, students explore the principles of Pascal, Archimedes, and Bernoulli. Learners list their experiences with fluid movement.

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#### Why Cheerios Don't Sink

Students investigate Archimedes' Principle and show how it relates to density. In this Archimedes' Principle lesson plan, students experiment with a beaker of water, a Styrofoam "boat" and a weight. They predict what will happen when the...

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#### Buoyancy-Why Things Float

In this buoyancy worksheet, students read about the principles behind objects floating including density, buoyancy and Archimedes' Principle. Students complete a buoyancy lab where they use a balloon and water and a film canister and...

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#### Buoyancy

In this buoyancy worksheet, students read about why objects float or sink. Students apply the Archimedes' Principle in a buoyancy lab. Students complete 1 graphic organizer.

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#### Dancing Raisins - The Bubble Lifter

Here is an engaging demonstration of density that you can do with your young physical scientists. Place different rough surfaced objects into carbonated liquid. The carbon dioxide bubbles collect on the surface of the objects and...

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#### Dancing Raisins - The Bubble Lifter

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#### Buoyancy - Archimedes Principle

Weight of displaced liquid equals the weight of a floating object. Archimedes' Principle is carefully demonstrated and explained in this science video. The quality is acceptable and the instruction sound. Not exciting, but it is a...

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#### What Floats Your Boat?

This open-ended boat building exercise is meant to be part of a three-lesson series on ships. Links to the other two lessons are included. This particular part is mostly a group lab activity in which they build a boat, find its load line...

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#### What Floats Your Boat?

Young scholars explore the principles of buoyancy and Archimedes' Principle and design their own flotation device. They compare the dimensions of a model to the real object to determine scale and analyze the models to suggest improvements.

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#### Sinking and Floating

Students examine why some objects float or sink. In this physics instructional activity, students engage in several mini-experiments which challenge them to draw their own conclusions regarding why certain objects sink or float. An...

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#### The Buoyancy Factor

Students examine why some objects float in water while others sink and the ability of something to float does not depend entirely on its weight. Archimedes' principle is introduced and buoyant force is discussed. Practice calculations...

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#### Buoyancy

In this buoyancy instructional activity, students match the definitions given to the 6 terms associated with buoyancy, displacement, and Archimedes' principle.

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#### Float Your Boat

Students design an experiment to find density using Archimedes' Principle. In this physics lesson, students calculate density using mass and volume. They share their findings in class.