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#### Chemistry 1 Practice Exam

Thirty multiple-choice questions and their answers are provided in this resource. It was written for a general chemistry course and queries test takers on scientific notation, mixtures, chemical symbols, electric charges, Dalton's atomic...

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#### Molecules to the Max!â€”Educators Resource Guide

From molecules to nanotubes, an engaging unit explores the world of tiny science. Fifteen hands-on experiments and lessons engage young scientists as they learn chemistry. Discussions, worksheets, and data analysis reinforce the concepts...

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#### Scientific Notation

In this scientific notation worksheet, students review how to write a number in scientific notation and then how to write a number in standard notation. Then students complete 5 problems.

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#### Model Solar System

The sun's diameter is 864,337 milesâ€”challenge learners to create a scale model of the solar system that fits in your classroom. Scholars make conversions and work with scientific notation as they create the scale model.Â

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#### Size and Scale â€“ Learning about Measurement

Can you visualize one billionth of a meter? It's not easy to understand the scale of a nanometer. Learners use a hands-on lesson to develop an understanding of the size of a nanometer in comparison to common objects. They walk away with...

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#### Atoms and Their Masses

Are atoms too small to be isolated? Answer this question and moreÂ as youÂ provide young chemists with the tools to conduct a hands-on activity demonstratingÂ atomic mass. Pupils explore the mass of copper and aluminum, compare Dalton's...

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#### Exponents

Expand your knowledge of exponents with an activity that promotes critical thinking and comparison skills. Middle and high schoolers compare numbers written in expanded and exponential form and explain their strategies for solving...

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#### Plastic Bags

Paper or plastic? Explore the environmental effects of using plastic bags through mathematics. Learners manipulate worldwide data on plastic bag consumption to draw conclusions.

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#### Physics Midterm Exam #2

This comprehensive midterm exam covers a vast array of topics typical to high school physics curriculum. Problem solving and mutliple choice questions are incorporated. Review the exam to make sure that the content is suitable to your...

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#### Pennies to Heaven

Even though pennies seem to be relatively thin, stack enough of them into a single stack, and you could have quite a high stack. Enough so, that the final result can be a surprise to you as well as your class. This activity centers...

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#### Review Sheets: Introductory Physical Science

This hybrid worksheet connects mathematics to a science class. Learners practice solving problems that involve making a variety of conversions. An assortment of questions hits all the calculations needed for a middle school or beginning...

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#### Heat Transfer and Heat Capacity

It's time to increase the heat! Young chemists demonstrate heat transfer and heat capacity in anÂ activity-packed lab, showing the transitions between solid, liquid, and gaseous phases of materials. IndividualsÂ plot data as the changes...

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#### Creating Musical Notation

In this creative music activity from Scientific American, students learn about musical notation and then design their own notations. Great web resource links are alsp provided

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#### Frequency Tables

Seventh graders construct frequency tables and box-and-whisker plots. After constructing tables and plots, they take a quiz on mean, median, mode, range, scientific notation, and number properties.

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#### Fossils!

Students conduct Internet research about different types of fossils, the animals they are from, and some famous paleontologists. They also participate in some interactive activities and hands-on lessons in which they create their own...

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#### Science Lesson Plans

Students conduct a variety of exploration activities on various science topics. In this science lesson outline, students design a cell encapsulation to hold a specific type of medicine. They give examples of physical and chemical...

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#### Middle School Mathematics Test 5

A middle school test contains two 40-minute sections covering material through algebra. All questions involve applied problem solving or mathematical analysis.

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#### Intermediate Algebra

Algebra concepts are all wrapped up in one nice bow. The resource combines all the concepts typically found in Algebra I and Algebra II courses in one eBook. The topics covered begin with solving linear equations and move to linear...

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#### Modeling the Electromagnetic Spectrum

Learners construct a model of an electromagnetic spectrum using play-doh and string. They use exponents and plot the radio/microwave, infrared, and visible bandwidths of the spectrum.

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#### Measuring Surface Tension

How do you measure surface tension? The fifth installment of a nine-part series is an experiment where young scientists use tubes of different sizes to measure surface tension. They calculate the average and standard deviation of the...

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#### What's the Matter?

Students explore the components of matter. They discover what matter is, the states of matter, and how heat and cold cause it to change states in an online format. In addition, they complete internet-based lessons, activities, and quizzes.

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#### The Numbers Behind Hunger #1

Students investigate world hunger. For this global issues lesson, students research world hunger issues using the World Food Program website. Students analyze statistics and consider how to address word hunger issues.

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#### Rocketry in Motion

Students investigate why a balloon flies in one direction as air escapes in the opposite direction, which helps them understand the nature of rockets and fireworks. Individually and in teams, students conduct research to create a...