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1 Density Bundle Contents Click the items in the list below to jump to that part of the PDF. Unit Bundle Directions... 2 Printing Orientation... 6 Foldable: Density... 7 Foldable: Density Observed in Objects...11 Foldable: Calculating Density...15 Vocabulary Set...18 PowerPoint...not in PDF, located in main folder Task Cards...24 Science Weekly Warm-up...34 Everything I Learned this Year Glue-in...36

2 Density Bundle by Science Doodles Directions Click the blue headings to jump to that part of the PDF. This unit bundle PDF includes: 1. Foldable: Density It s all about the equation: d=m/v so I thought I would make it the main focus. This covers how to find mass and volume in order to calculate density. The PowerPoint shows the KEY which makes it easy to teach and discuss while students fill in the blanks. Black and white student copy and KEY included. 2. Foldable: Density Observed in Objects This foldable shows objects in the world and explains their densities. The PowerPoint shows the KEY which makes it easy to teach and discuss while students fill in the blanks. Black and white student copy and KEY included. 3. Foldable: Calculating Density Hands on problems that the students use to calculate density and volume. The PowerPoint shows the KEY which makes it easy to teach and discuss while students fill in the blanks. Black and white student copy and KEY included. 4. Vocabulary Set There are a variety of ways to use these. There are several versions for differeniated abilities. For slow learners, you can give them the sheet with the definitions already written out, and for other students, give them the blank sheet included in the unit. The powerpoint has each word displayed with the definition and a colored drawing to help the student fill out their sheets. These are a great study guide for weekly warm-up and task cards activities. Black and white and color keys included in full and partial sets for slower learners 5. PowerPoint The PowerPoint is used to introduce the unit and help students fill out their vocabulary sheets and foldables. Keys to the vocabulary sheets and foldables are shown in the slides. Give students vocabulary sheets and blank foldables before presenting it to the class. It has a 10 question quiz at the end to check for understanding. The PowerPoint is not found in this PDF file but is included in the main unit bundle folder. Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

4 Also included in folder: Movie for Printing and Folding Foldables The best way to print the foldables is to watch the movie before going to the printer so you can know the orientation of how to print them front to back. After printing the foldables correctly, either show the videos to the students or instruct students how to fold the foldables. My students love to watch them and see if they can get it. Replay several times if necessary. PowerPoint Great overview of unit with vocabulary and foldable KEYS and a short quiz at the end. More Science Doodles A look at more Science Doodles I offer! Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

6 Foldable: Density Printing Orientation (to be taken to printer for correct front to back printing) It is extremely important to properly print these pages front to back. TOP FRONT BACK Foldable: Density Observed in Objects TOP FRONT BACK Foldable: Calculating Density TOP FRONT BACK Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

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25 If a scientist comes across an unknown element, could she use density to identify the element? A. Yes, because each element has a specific density. B. No, because density changes easily. C. Maybe, if she can determine the element s melting point. Which best describes displacement? A. measuring how much matter is present in a substance by using a scale B. measuring how much space matter occupies by using a graduated cylinder C. measuring how dense matter is by using the density formula Density Density Oil and vinegar salad dressings must be shaken to mix them. How is this an example of density? A. The oil and vinegar have different densities and separate. B. The oil and vinegar have the same density and separate. C. The oil and vinegar s densities keep changing. How do you calculate density? A. Divide the mass of a substance by its weight. B. Divide the length of a substance by its temperature. C. Divide the mass of a substance by its volume. Density Density Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

26 A substance has a mass of 6 grams and a volume of 3 cm 3. What is its density? A. 2 g/cm 3 B. 18 g/cm 3 C. 0.5 g/cm 3 In an oil spill, the oil floats on top of the water. This is because the oil is A. less dense than water. B. more dense than water. C. just as dense as water. Density Density Given the following information, which of the statements is true? Rock 1 6 g 3 cm 3 Rock 2 8 g 4 cm 3 Rock 3 4 g 2 cm 3 A. Rock 3 would float on water. B. Rock 2 is the most dense. C. All rocks have the same density. A substance has a density of 2.0 g/ ml. When you drop it in water, it will A. sink. B. float. C. sink at first but then float. Density Density

27 What tool would you use to measure mass? A. triple beam balance B. thermometer C. ruler In the equation D = M/V, what does the M stand for? A. milliliter B. mass C. matter Density Density What are the units for density of a liquid? A. grams per milliliter B. grams per cubic centimeter C. grams per degree Celsius A life jacket floats on water. What do you know about the life jacket? A. It is more dense than water. B. It is less dense than water. C. It is just as dense as water. Density Density

28 Only solids, not liquids, can sink or float in water. A. True B. False You can identify an element by using its density. A. True B. False Density Density A marble with a mass of 6 grams is dropped into a graduated cylinder with 30 ml of water. The water level rises to 32 ml. What is the marble s density? A. 3 g/cm 3 B. 2 g/cm 3 C. 5 g/cm 3 Two items of the same size will always have the same density. A. True B. False Density Density

29 What tool would you use to measure volume? A. thermometer B. graduated cylinder C. triple beam balance A substance has a mass of 10 grams and a volume of 5 ml. How would you determine its density? A B C. 5 x 10 Density Density A sample of 2 grams of iron will have a greater density than a sample of 1 gram of iron. A. True B. False A scientist is given a sample of metal of an unknown element. To identify the element using density, the scientist must first measure the sample s A. mass and volume. B. temperature and mass. C. conductivity and volume. Density Density Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

30 What are the units for density of a solid? A. grams per milliliter B. grams per cubic centimeter C. grams per degree Celsius A measure of how much space matter occupies A. weight B. mass C. volume Density Density A liquid has a volume of 4 ml and a mass of 12 grams. Which calculation would give the liquid s density? A B C. 12 x 4 In the equation D = M/V, what does the D stand for? A. degree B. displacement C. density Density Density

31 A scientist has a graduated cylinder with 20 ml of water in it. The scientist drops a rock into the cylinder and the water level rises to 35 ml. What is the rock s volume? A. 10 cm 3 B. 15 cm 3 C. 55 cm 3 A scientist drops a rock into a beaker of water and notes how much the water rises. The scientist is using to measure volume. A. mass B. displacement C. density Density Density Substance g/cm 3 Substance g/cm 3 Based on the density of water (1.0 g/ cm 3 ) and what sinks and floats, what could the two substances be? A. 1 - ice, 2 - iron B. 1 - gold, 2 - ping pong ball C. 1 - copper, 2 - wood A measure of how much matter is present in a substance A. mass B. volume C. density Density Density

32 Which of these substances will float on water? A. substance 1, with a mass of 5 g and a volume of 2 cm 3 B. substance 2, with a mass of 3 g and a volume of 6 cm 3 C. substance 3, with a mass of 10 g and a volume of 5 cm 3 Chemists often compare the density of substances to the density of what liquid? A. mercury B. water C. oil Density Density In the equation D = M/V, what does the V stand for? A. volume B. variable C. velocity Objects that float on water are A. less dense than water. B. more dense than water. C. just as dense as water. Density Density

33 Density A A B B B B A B A C A B B A A A A B B B A A C B C A A A A B C A Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

34 Weekly Warm-up Density In the equation D = M/V, what does the M stand for? Only solids, not liquids, can sink or float in water. Monday A. milliliter B. mass C. matter A. True B. False Tuesday A scientist is given a sample of metal of an unknown element. To identify the element using density, the scientist must first measure the sample s A. mass and volume. B. temperature and mass. C. conductivity and volume. You can identify an element by using its density. A. True B. False Wednesday Thursday Friday A marble with a mass of 6 grams is dropped into a graduated cylinder with 30 ml of water. The water level rises to 32 ml. What is the marble s density? A. 3 g/cm 3 B. 2 g/cm 3 C. 5 g/cm 3 A measure of how much space matter occupies A. weight B. mass C. volume Substance g/cm 3 Substance g/cm 3 Based on the density of water (1.0 g/cm 3 ) and what sinks and floats, what could the two substances be? A. 1 - ice, 2 - iron B. 1 - gold, 2 - ping pong ball C. 1 - copper, 2 - wood A substance has a mass of 10 grams and a volume of 5 ml. How would you determine its density? A B C. 5 x 10 A scientist drops a rock into a beaker of water and notes how much the water rises. The scientist is using to measure volume. A. mass B. displacement C. density Chemists often compare the density of substances to the density of what liquid? A. mercury B. water C. oil

35 Weekly Warm-up Density In the equation D = M/V, what does the M stand for? Only solids, not liquids, can sink or float in water. Monday A. milliliter B. mass C. matter A. True B. False Tuesday A scientist is given a sample of metal of an unknown element. To identify the element using density, the scientist must first measure the sample s A. mass and volume. B. temperature and mass. C. conductivity and volume. You can identify an element by using its density. A. True B. False Wednesday Thursday Friday A marble with a mass of 6 grams is dropped into a graduated cylinder with 30 ml of water. The water level rises to 32 ml. What is the marble s density? A. 3 g/cm 3 B. 2 g/cm 3 C. 5 g/cm 3 A measure of how much space matter occupies A. weight B. mass C. volume Substance g/cm 3 Substance g/cm 3 Based on the density of water (1.0 g/cm 3 ) and what sinks and floats, what could the two substances be? A. 1 - ice, 2 - iron B. 1 - gold, 2 - ping pong ball C. 1 - copper, 2 - wood A substance has a mass of 10 grams and a volume of 5 ml. How would you determine its density? A B C. 5 x 10 A scientist drops a rock into a beaker of water and notes how much the water rises. The scientist is using to measure volume. A. mass B. displacement C. density Chemists often compare the density of substances to the density of what liquid? A. mercury B. water C. oil

36 EVERYTHING I will learn this YEAR!! Scientific Method, Safety, Tools! Elements and Compounds! Formation of a New Substance! Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids! Density! Minerals! Energy Sources! Potential and Kinetic Energy! Changes in Force and Motion! Inclined Planes and Pulleys! Thermal Energy! Energy Transformations! Layers of the Earth! The Rock Cycle! Tectonic Plates! Celestial Objects! Gravity! Space Exploration! Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells! Classification of Organisms! Organization& Interactions in an Environment Copyright 2014 Science Doodles

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