Wednesday 9/2/15 EQ: What are the basic types of measurements? Warm up: Using as many science vocab words as possible - Answer the EQ from the last couple days- “How do you ‘do science’?” - Review “how do you do science?” - What do I know about metric? / metric scavenger hunt -Review basic measurements and units Summary: Metric to Metric conversion practice HW: Metric to Metric conversion practice

Thursday 9/3/15 EQ: How do I use and convert the different metric units? Warm up: Move around the room to complete the Metric Scavenger hunt using the tools on the various lab tables (if not finished) -Review Metrics Scavenger hunt- choosing metric units. Summary: Review Metric practice HW HW: Quick Quiz Wednesday- Scientific Method review and Metrics conversions Happy Labor Day weekend

Tuesday 9/8/15 EQ: How do I use and convert the different metric units? Warm up: Complete the blank scale on the metric mania sheet -BrainPop Metric Units -Measurement chart notes -Metric conversion group practice (decimal rule) -Review metric conversion answers Summary: Introduce Metric Review http://www.sciencemadesimple.com/conversions.html

Wednesday 9/9/15 EQ: How can I use and convert between metric units ? Warm up: If I have a mass of 100 pounds, how many kilograms of mass do I have? (Hint: use your handout) 100 lbs X = - Review Metric conversion review -Dimensional analysis practice- English conversions -Brainpop Precision and Accuracy Summary: Begin test insurance HW: Test Insurance due tomorrow!

Thursday 9/10/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: What are precise measurements? What are accurate measurements? Give an example. -Review Test Insurance -First test of the year! When finished: Begin Measurement lab - Do measurements here…. Do calculations later. HW: Do calculations for measurement lab

Friday 9/11/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: How many mL of water are in this picture? -Work on Metric Measurement Lab - EVERYONE MEASURES! - Lab station #1- Write directions first while waiting - mass of 1 teaspoon of sand - Lab station #2 & 3- Do all measurements FIRST here in class (save any calculations for when you are finished) - Lab #3- Volume of book, soda can, and tennis ball. Summary: Finish Metric lab stations HW: Finish any calculations for Metric stations (Packet due Tuesday)

Monday 9/14/15 EQ: How do I measure properly in science? Warm up: How many mL of water are in this picture? -Work on Metric Measurement Lab - EVERYONE MEASURES! - Lab station #1- Write directions first while waiting - mass of 1 teaspoon of sand - Lab station #2 & 3- Do all measurements FIRST here in class (save any calculations for when you are finished) - Lab #3- Volume of book, soda can, and tennis ball. Summary: Finish Metric lab stations HW: Finish any calculations for Metric stations (Packet due Tuesday)

Tuesday 9/15/15 EQ: How do I use measuring skills to answer questions? Warm up: What makes something able to float? - Trade/Grade Metric Stations lab packet -Will it float demo -Inquiry observations and analysis Summary: Density Notes and introduce HW HW: Unit Rate Calculations

Wednesday 9/16/15 EQ: What is relationship between mass and volume of an object? Warm up: Calculate the volume of a cylinder with a height of 10 cm and a radius of 5 cm. -Practice/ Review density problems -Introduce & do fluffy vs. stuffy -Review fluffy vs stuffy and calculate Summary: Fluffy vs stuffy conclusions HW: “What do I need to know…” (just front side)

Thursday 9/17/15 EQ: What is the relationship between mass and volume? Warm up: What are the parts of a proper graph? - Discuss the proper parts of a table and graph - Review “what you need to know…” -Mass-volume relationship lab Summary: Create a graph of your group’s data. HW: Finish completing a proper graph of your data

Friday 9/18/15 EQ: What is relationship between mass and volume of an object? Warm up: What basic parts does a good graph have? -Analyze Mass-Volume graphs- Introduce equation of a line (slope) -Class discussion and sharing graphs -Identify materials http://www.iem-inc.com/information/tools/densities -Density notes & practice problems Summary: What relationship did we find today? HW: Have a fantastic weekend

Monday 9/21/15 EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their densities? Warm up: Begin pre-lab questions for Density Lab -Introduce and Begin Density Lab #1 -Review directions & procedures -Begin density lab #1 -Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate Summary: Complete calculations HW: Do density calculations for lab #1 (if needed). Start Conclusions if able!

Tuesday 9/22/15 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? -Introduce and Begin Density Lab #1 -Review directions & procedures -Continue density lab #1 -Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate Summary: Complete calculations HW: Do density calculations for lab #1 (if needed). Start Conclusions if able!

Wednesday 9/23/15 (Early Dismissal) EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density? Warm up: Get out Density Lab #1 and listen for quick directions! -FINISH Density Lab #1 -Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate. All measurements should be finished in class. Summary: Density Lab conclusion questions & Turn in Density lab in Inbox HW: Measurement Test Insurance (Take it list a test) Measurement Test Friday

Thursday 9/24/15 EQ: What have we learned about measuring matter properly in science? Warm up: What part of our measurement unit still has you very confused? -Measurement Unit Test Insurance and make up work -Finish Density Lab #1 (if needed) - Study science journal - Review test insurance HW: Study Test Insurance for measurement test! Study for Measurement Unit Test tomorrow!

Changes to the key:
Water displacement- measuring a solid's volume by placing an object in water and measuring how much water is displaced.
#21- Bar graph
#22- Line graph

Friday 9/25/15 EQ: What have we learned about measuring matter properly in science? Warm up: Review Measurement study guide. -Measurement Unit Test When finished: Read quietly HW: Start “This week’s weather” through this weekend.- Due Monday

Wednesday 9/2/15EQ: What are the basic types of measurements?

Warm up: Using as many science vocab words as possible - Answer the EQ from the last couple days- “How do you ‘do science’?”

- Review “how do you do science?”

- What do I know about metric? / metric scavenger hunt

-Review basic measurements and units

Summary: Metric to Metric conversion practice

HW: Metric to Metric conversion practiceThursday 9/3/15EQ: How do I use and convert the different metric units?

Warm up: Move around the room to complete the Metric Scavenger hunt using the tools on the various lab tables (if not finished)

-Review Metrics Scavenger hunt- choosing metric units.

Summary: Review Metric practice HW

HW: Quick Quiz Wednesday- Scientific Method review and Metrics conversionsHappy Labor Day weekendTuesday 9/8/15EQ: How do I use and convert the different metric units?

Warm up: Complete the blank scale on the metric mania sheet

-BrainPop Metric Units

-Measurement chart notes

-Metric conversion group practice (decimal rule)

-Review metric conversion answers

Summary: Introduce Metric Review

http://www.sciencemadesimple.com/conversions.htmlHW: Metric Conversions HWQuick Quiz Friday- Scientific Method review and Metrics conversionsWednesday 9/9/15EQ: How can I use and convert between metric units ?

Warm up: If I have a mass of 100 pounds, how many kilograms of mass do I have? (Hint: use your handout)

100 lbs X =

- Review Metric conversion review

-Dimensional analysis practice- English conversions

-Brainpop Precision and Accuracy

Summary: Begin test insurance

HW: Test Insurance due tomorrow!Thursday 9/10/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: What are precise measurements? What are accurate measurements? Give an example.

-Review Test Insurance

-First test of the year!

When finished: Begin Measurement lab

- Do measurements here…. Do calculations later.

HW: Do calculations for measurement labFriday 9/11/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: How many mL of water are in this picture?

-Work on Metric Measurement Lab

- EVERYONE MEASURES!

- Lab station #1- Write directions first while waiting

- mass of 1 teaspoon of sand

- Lab station #2 & 3- Do all measurements FIRST here in class (save any calculations for when you are finished)

- Lab #3- Volume of book, soda can, and tennis ball.

Summary: Finish Metric lab stations

HW: Finish any calculations for Metric stations (Packet due Tuesday)Monday 9/14/15EQ: How do I measure properly in science?

Warm up: How many mL of water are in this picture?

-Work on Metric Measurement Lab

- EVERYONE MEASURES!

- Lab station #1- Write directions first while waiting

- mass of 1 teaspoon of sand

- Lab station #2 & 3- Do all measurements FIRST here in class (save any calculations for when you are finished)

- Lab #3- Volume of book, soda can, and tennis ball.

Summary: Finish Metric lab stations

HW: Finish any calculations for Metric stations (Packet due Tuesday)Tuesday 9/15/15EQ: How do I use measuring skills to answer questions?

Warm up: What makes something able to float?

- Trade/Grade Metric Stations lab packet

-Will it float demo

-Inquiry observations and analysis

Summary: Density Notes and introduce HW

HW: Unit Rate CalculationsWednesday 9/16/15EQ: What is relationship between mass and volume of an object?

Warm up: Calculate the volume of a cylinder with a height of 10 cm and a radius of 5 cm.

-Practice/ Review density problems

-Introduce & do fluffy vs. stuffy

-Review fluffy vs stuffy and calculate

Summary: Fluffy vs stuffy conclusions

HW: “What do I need to know…” (just front side)Thursday 9/17/15EQ: What is the relationship between mass and volume?

Warm up: What are the parts of a proper graph?

- Discuss the proper parts of a table and graph

- Review “what you need to know…”

-Mass-volume relationship lab

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

HW: Finish completing a proper graph of your dataFriday 9/18/15EQ: What is relationship between mass and volume of an object?

Warm up: What basic parts does a good graph have?

-Analyze Mass-Volume graphs- Introduce equation of a line (slope)

-Class discussion and sharing graphs

-Identify materials http://www.iem-inc.com/information/tools/densities

-Density notes & practice problems

Summary: What relationship did we find today?

HW: Have a fantastic weekendMonday 9/21/15EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their densities?

Warm up: Begin pre-lab questions for Density Lab

-Introduce and Begin Density Lab #1

-Review directions & procedures

-Begin density lab #1

-Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate

Summary: Complete calculations

HW: Do density calculations for lab #1 (if needed). Start Conclusions if able!Tuesday 9/22/15EQ: 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?

-Introduce and Begin Density Lab #1

-Review directions & procedures

-Continue density lab #1

-Complete measurements FIRST, then calculate

Summary: Complete calculations

HW: Do density calculations for lab #1 (if needed). Start Conclusions if able!Wednesday 9/23/15 (Early Dismissal)EQ: Can we accurately identify and compare objects by their density?

Warm up: Get out Density Lab #1 and listen for quick directions!

-FINISH Density Lab #1

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

Summary: Density Lab conclusion questions & Turn in Density lab in Inbox

HW: Measurement Test Insurance (Take it list a test)Measurement Test FridayThursday 9/24/15EQ: What have we learned about measuring matter properly in science?

Warm up: What part of our measurement unit still has you very confused?

-Measurement Unit Test Insurance and make up work

-Finish Density Lab #1 (if needed)

- Study science journal

- Review test insurance

HW: Study Test Insurance for measurement test!Study for Measurement Unit Testtomorrow!Changes to the key:Water displacement- measuring a solid's volume by placing an object in water and measuring how much water is displaced.

#21- Bar graph

#22- Line graph

Friday 9/25/15EQ: What have we learned about measuring matter properly in science?

Warm up: Review Measurement study guide.

-Measurement Unit Test

When finished: Read quietly

HW: Start “This week’s weather” through this weekend.- Due Monday