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Magic Word Monday!

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Meredith Barton

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of Magic Word Monday!

Magic Word Monday!
Today's Materials:

1. Interactive Notebook
2. Flashcards
3. Coloring materials, glue, scissors, tape
Notebook Setup is below:

Date Topic/Activity Page #
9.23.13 Physical Properties & Changes 15

Quick Warm Up
Describe the outfits you and your neighbor are wearing today. Include:
1. Colors 2. Materials 3. Weights of objects, etc.
Discuss similarities and differences.

How were you able to make these observations (i.e .what did you use)?
Construct Your Foldable
1. For each vocab box, cut along the
dotted line
on
each side
and on the
bottom
(look @ Mrs. Barton's example)

2.
Glue
the sheet to
page 15
in your notebook - being
CAREFUL

not
to glue down the
flaps
.

Physical Properties
Definition:
Can be observed without changing the object.
Examples:
color, shape, size, smell, mass, density, etc.
Physical Change
Definition:
Modifying the appearance of an object without altering the atomic substance.
Examples:
melting, freezing, tearing, crushing
Density
Definition:
How packed the atoms are in a substance
Examples:
Solubility
Definition:
Ability for a substance to dissolve in another substance.

Examples:
1. sugar dissolving in tea
2. salt in salt water
3. hot cocoa power with milk
to make hot chocolate
Polarity
Definition:
Attraction of an object in a certain direction
Examples:
water molecules joining together
battery charges (+ and -)
magnets and iron filings
Practice Time! Show me what you know!
1. Put a
small(4" max) piece of tape
on the
SIDE
of your worksheet and tape it to
page 14
of your notebook.

2. Complete your worksheet
independently
and then
check your answers
at the
Learning Support Station
(Resource Corner) of our classroom
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