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Water as ICE
Less than 1% of water on earth is drinking water.
What do you WANT to know?
is a liquid earth material
when water is soaks into another material.
water makes circular shapes on some materials
3/4 of our planet is covered with water.
Nothing can survive without fresh water.
Water always flows downhill.
Surface tension is the skin-like surface on water that causes it to stick together.
1.) KWL (10)
2.)Science Facts/Vocab/Inquiry Questions (10)
4.)Finish KWL what you learned (10)
What happens when waters gets spilled, splashed, or dropped on something?
Does water do the same thing on all surface?
Water absorbs in what materials?
Water does not absorb in what materials?
is the skin-like tension on water and other liquids that pulls together into the smallest area possible.
Surface tension makes water form a sphere of dome
is a shape a drop of water takes when it is on a flat surface.
Soap added to water reduces its surface tension
How many drops of water do you think can fit on a penny?
What shape was the surface of the water on the penny before it spilled?
What will happen when soapy water is added to a water dome on a penny?
Put 15 drops of plain water on penny.
Slowly add 1 drop of soapy water
Count the number of soapy water drops added
Does water affect surface tension?
How do you know?
Cup of water
What happens when you added salt water to the penny?
15 drops of tap water
add 1 drop of salt water
Help Clean up
Drop water beads
Report to class
Water on a slope
Water on a slope
What will happen when I place water on to a tilted tray?
What happened when I placed the water on the tray?
What was the shape of the water?
Was the water together or separated into individual beads?
A row of 6 water beads
1st bead: 1 drop of water
2nd bead: two drops of water
3rd bead: 3 drops of water
4th bead: 4 drops of water
5th bead: 5 drops of water
6th bead: 6 drops of water
2. Tilt Tray
Left up until water move.
Once the water moves, watch the race.
Which lane won?
slanted or tilted surface
A natural force that pulls objects toward each other
-science this week
-reflect on classroom rules
-Talk about water on a slope
Today we will.....
Group: three states of matter
Ice is Everywhere and Ice History
What will happen to the water in the syringe and in the vial?
fill to 40-ml
fill to 50-ml
Packet page 7
What is denser water or ice?
Let's Take a look...
When water freezes it
, Water gets bigger and fills more space when it turns to water.
Water changes into ice at 0 degree Celsius
as it cools but when it freezes it
Put in the thermometer in the room temp. water.
Watch the temperature.