Monday 9/21/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: Which is bigger a meter or a yard? A mile or a kilometer? A pound or a kilogram? - Brain Pop Measuring Matter -Metric Mania Notes Summary: Reviewing Metric Measures HW: None

Tuesday 9/22/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: Get out Measuring metric notes. We will start right away! -Finish Metric Mania notes – Volume and Temp -Let’s Measure up- Practice Measuring length Summary: Review answers HW: None.

Wednesday 9/23/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: Let’s Measure up Practice -Return & Review -Review Let’s Measure up -Brain Pop Metric units -Metric conversions practice Summary: Review answers HW: Metric Conversion Practice (5 questions)

Thursday 9/24/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: How many milligrams are in 3 kilograms? -Review warm up -Review metric conversions HW - Metric Mass Lab Summary: Review Mass Lab answers HW: None.

Friday 9/25/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: Get out your Mass lab from yesterday- Circle the unit at the bottom that would be best for each of the 3 objects listed. - Review Mass Lab and volume of water -Metric Volume Lab -Calculations together Summary: Review calculations HW: Have a great weekend!

Monday 9/28/15 EQ: How do we measure properly in science? Warm up: What is the name of the technique we used to find the volume of a solid in water? -Review volume lab Part 1 - Try Part 2 – Measuring and calculating HW: Complete volume lab calculations

Tuesday 9/29/15 EQ: How do we properly measure in science? Warm up: Begin completing metric measures table notes (purple) -Review Metric measures table notes (warm up) -Review Volume calculations (HW) -Model and practice volume calculations (real objects) - Metric conversion group practice (Metric Mania) HW: Metric conversion practice (Back of purple sheet)

Wednesday 9/30/15 EQ: What is Density? What makes it an important value for objects? Warm up: What does it mean when something is “dense” or not very “dense”? -Video intro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIEzjN1cgZs -Check and Review Metric conversions HW -Practice volume measurements and calculations of real objects Summary: Complete volume calculations HW: Finish Volume Calculations

Thursday 10/1/15 EQ: What is Density? What makes it an important value for objects? Warm up: Go back to lab groups IF you need to finish any measurements and calculations of the calculator, soda, and tennis ball. IF NOT- Check your calculations at your desk! -Review volume calculation answers -Density notes Summary: Density practice problems HW: Finish Density Practice problems

Friday 10/2/15 EQ: What is Density? What makes it an important value for objects? Warm up: What makes something able to float? -Will it float demo -Inquiry observations and analysis Summary: Review analysis and conclusions HW: Have a watch funny movies and spend time with family kind of weekend!

Monday 10/5/15 EQ: How do we properly measure in science? Warm up: What is density of an object with a mass of 20 g and a volume of 5 cm3? -Introduce & do fluffy vs. stuffy -Review fluffy vs stuffy and calculate Summary: Fluffy vs stuffy conclusions HW: Fluffy vs stuffy conclusions / calculations

Data: Cotton 14.8 g 100 cm3 Peanuts 10.9 g 100 cm3 Sand 176.8 g 100 cm3 Stone 158.2 g 100 cm3

Tuesday 10/6/15 EQ: What is the relationship between mass and volume? Warm up: Complete the Unit Rate practice problems (worksheet) - Review fluffy vs stuffy conclusions - Discuss the proper parts of a table and graph - Mass-volume relationship lab Summary: Create a graph of your group’s data. HW: Finish completing a proper graph of your data and analyzing Table 1: Mass and volume of different amounts of legos Mass(g) Volume (cm3) 2 g 2 cm3 3.9 g 4 cm3 5.9 g 6 cm3 7.8g 8 cm 3 9.8 g 10 cm3

Wednesday 10/7/15 EQ: What is the relationship between mass and volume? Warm up: Get out your HW Graph. Calculate the UNIT RATE for the data you see in your table (Hint: Use the first numbers and the last numbers). -Review Lego lab conclusions and interpret graphs -BrainPop Precision and Accuracy Summary: Begin Measurement Review practice HW: Measurement Review – Measurement Quiz Friday

Thursday 10/8/15 EQ: How do you measure properly in science? Warm up: SILENTLY go over YOUR test insurance. Circle questions or words you struggled with or are unsure about. Be READY to ask questions. - Check Test insurance answers -Differentiated review (small groups) Summary: Review game? HW: Study Test Insurance for Measurement Quiz Tomorrow!

Friday 10/9/15 EQ: How do you measure properly in science? Warm up: Get out Measurement review and study for 5 minutes! -Measurement QUIZ HW: Have a great fall break!

Wednesday 10/14/15 EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density? Warm up: Read the first page (front and back) of your density lab -Introduce and Begin Density Lab #1 -Review directions & procedures -Begin density lab #1 –EVERYONE MEASURES ALONE, SILENTLY! -Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate Summary: Complete calculations HW: Do density calculations for lab #1 (if needed) Due Monday!

Thursday 10/15/15 EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density? Warm up: What can we conclude if two very similar looking objects have a different density? -Review directions & procedures -Complete density lab #1-EVERYONE MEASURES ALONE! -Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate Summary: Complete calculations HW: Complete conclusions for lab #1 Due Monday

Friday 10/16/15 EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density? Warm up: What kind of numbers should we expect to get for our density answers? Summary: CHECK ANSWERS & FINISH Density Lab #1 -Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate. All measurements should be finished in class. HW: Finish Density lab calculations and conclusions

Monday 10/19/15 EQ: What are the big ideas of Meteorology? Warm up: Look over your density lab one last time- Identify Density answers that might need to be re-measured or calculated. - Finish and Turn in Density Labs -WGAL daily forecast (this week’s weather) Summary: What big ideas did you notice in our discussions? HW: Start “This week’s weather” conclusions- Due Monday

Monday 9/21/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: Which is bigger a meter or a yard? A mile or a kilometer? A pound or a kilogram?

- Brain Pop Measuring Matter

-Metric Mania Notes

Summary: Reviewing Metric Measures

HW: NoneTuesday 9/22/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: Get out Measuring metric notes.

We will start right away!-Finish Metric Mania notes – Volume and Temp

-Let’s Measure up- Practice Measuring length

Summary: Review answers

HW: None.Wednesday 9/23/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: Let’s Measure up Practice

-Return & Review

-Review Let’s Measure up

-Brain Pop Metric units

-Metric conversions practice

Summary: Review answers

HW: Metric Conversion Practice (5 questions)Thursday 9/24/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: How many milligrams are in 3 kilograms?

-Review warm up

-Review metric conversions HW

- Metric Mass Lab

Summary: Review Mass Lab answers

HW: None.Friday 9/25/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: Get out your Mass lab from yesterday- Circle the unit at the bottom that would be best for each of the 3 objects listed.

- Review Mass Lab and volume of water

-Metric Volume Lab

-Calculations together

Summary: Review calculations

HW: Have a great weekend!Monday 9/28/15EQ: How do we measure properly in science?

Warm up: What is the name of the technique we used to find the volume of a solid in water?

-Review volume lab Part 1

- Try Part 2 – Measuring and calculating

HW: Complete volume lab calculationsTuesday 9/29/15EQ: How do we properly measure in science?

Warm up: Begin completing metric measures table notes (purple)

-Review Metric measures table notes (warm up)

-Review Volume calculations (HW)

-Model and practice volume calculations (real objects)

- Metric conversion group practice (Metric Mania)

HW: Metric conversion practice (Back of purple sheet)Wednesday 9/30/15EQ: What is Density?

What makes it an important value for objects?

Warm up: What does it mean when something is “dense” or not very “dense”?

-Video intro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIEzjN1cgZs

-Check and Review Metric conversions HW

-Practice volume measurements and calculations of real objects

Summary: Complete volume calculations

HW: Finish Volume CalculationsThursday 10/1/15EQ: What is Density?

What makes it an important value for objects?

Warm up: Go back to lab groups

IF you need to finishany measurements and calculations of the calculator, soda, and tennis ball.IF NOT-Check your calculations at your desk!-Review volume calculation answers

-Density notes

Summary: Density practice problems

HW: Finish Density Practice problemsFriday 10/2/15EQ: What is Density?

What makes it an important value for objects?

Warm up: What makes something able to float?

-Will it float demo

-Inquiry observations and analysis

Summary: Review analysis and conclusions

HW: Have a watch funny movies and spend time with family kind of weekend!Monday 10/5/15EQ: How do we properly measure in science?

Warm up: What is density of an object with a mass of 20 g and a volume of 5 cm3?

-Introduce & do fluffy vs. stuffy

-Review fluffy vs stuffy and calculate

Summary: Fluffy vs stuffy conclusions

HW: Fluffy vs stuffy conclusions / calculationsData:Cotton 14.8 g 100cm3Peanuts 10.9 g 100cm3Sand 176.8 g 100cm3Stone 158.2 g 100 cm3Tuesday 10/6/15EQ: What is the relationship between mass and volume?

Warm up: Complete the Unit Rate practice problems (worksheet)

- Review fluffy vs stuffy conclusions

- Discuss the proper parts of a table and graph

- Mass-volume relationship lab

Summary: Create a graph of your group’s data.

HW: Finish completing a proper graph of your data and analyzingTable 1: Mass and volume of different amounts of legosMass(g) Volume (cm3)2 g 2 cm33.9 g 4 cm35.9 g 6 cm37.8g 8 cm 39.8 g 10 cm3Wednesday 10/7/15EQ: What is the relationship between mass and volume?

Warm up: Get out your HW Graph. Calculate the UNIT RATE for the data you see in your table (Hint: Use the first numbers and the last numbers).

-Review Lego lab conclusions and interpret graphs

-BrainPop Precision and Accuracy

Summary: Begin Measurement Review practice

HW: Measurement Review – Measurement Quiz FridayThursday 10/8/15EQ: How do you measure properly in science?

Warm up: SILENTLY go over YOUR test insurance. Circle questions or words you struggled with or are unsure about. Be READY to ask questions.

- Check Test insurance answers

-Differentiated review (small groups)

Summary: Review game?

HW: Study Test Insurance for Measurement Quiz Tomorrow!Friday 10/9/15EQ: How do you measure properly in science?

Warm up: Get out Measurement review and study for 5 minutes!

-Measurement QUIZ

HW: Have a great fall break!Wednesday 10/14/15EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density?

Warm up: Read the first page (front and back) of your density lab

-Introduce and Begin Density Lab #1

-Review directions & procedures

-Begin density lab #1 –

EVERYONE MEASURESALONE,SILENTLY!-Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate

Summary: Complete calculations

HW: Do density calculations for lab #1 (if needed) Due Monday!Thursday 10/15/15EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density?

Warm up: What can we conclude if two very similar looking objects have a different density?

-Review directions & procedures

-Complete density lab #1-

EVERYONE MEASURES ALONE!-Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate

Summary: Complete calculations

HW: Complete conclusions for lab #1Due MondayFriday 10/16/15EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density?

Warm up: What kind of numbers should we expect to get for our density answers?

Summary: CHECK ANSWERS & FINISH Density Lab #1

-Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate. All measurements should be finished in class.

HW: Finish Density lab calculations and conclusionsMonday 10/19/15EQ: What are the big ideas of Meteorology?

Warm up: Look over your density lab one last time- Identify Density answers that might need to be re-measured or calculated.

- Finish and Turn in Density Labs

-WGAL daily forecast (this week’s weather)

Summary: What big ideas did you notice in our discussions?

HW:Start “This week’s weather” conclusions- Due Monday