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ACS Resources: 8 results
Distance and Time at the Finish Line?  
In this activity, students measure and chart the time, distance and speed of various movements.
Chemometrics
Do the Swing Thing?  
In this activity, students investigate pendulums, and how changing the mass and length affect the rate of swinging.
Chemometrics
It?s Gonna Be Big?  
In this activity, students chart how a balloon changes in size as they blow it up. They use the graphed data to make predictions about the balloon behavior.
Chemometrics
Putting Time on the Line?  
Students slide an empty spool down a string and time how long it takes. They repeat this at various angles and graph the data.
Chemometrics
Stretching to Make a Point?  
Students cause a rubber band to stretch by hanging penny weights on it. They track the amount of stretch vs. weight and graph the results. The graph is used to predict when the rubber band will break.
Constructivism |
Chemometrics
Graphing  
A collection of activities that explore basic concepts dealing with graphing and its relation to doing science. They are written for the 4-6th grade level.
Constructivism |
Chemometrics
Heat Up to Some Cool Reactions?  
In this activity, students perform a chemical reaction and record its temperature change over time. The data is graphed and analyzed.
Calorimetry / Thermochemistry |
Chemometrics
Speed Sinking!?  
Students place a peanut in a container of water and time how long it takes to sink. They repeat this with smaller pieces of peanut to see how this affects the result.
Physical Properties |
Chemometrics