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|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics|
Lesson 1: Chemistry and Physics Matter
• In the Beginning
• Forming the World
• Everything Matters
•Turn Up the Volume
|Activities||p. 17 Try This: I Spy||p. 19 Try This: measuring volume|
Narrate what matter, volume, and mass are.
|p. 20 Try This: eggs||p. 22 Try This: food coloring & salt||p. 23 Try This: sink or float|
|Archimedes and the Door of Science||Chapters 1-2|
Put a picture of the book cover in your timeline, if you have one.
287 BC-212 BC
|Chapters 3-4||Chapter 5||Chapter 6||Chapter 7|
|This book should be done as a read aloud for grades 3 and up. Younger children may not understand some of it. Advanced children can read it themselves.|
Put a picture of the book cover in your timeline. Write underneath it: Archimedes 287 BC- 212 BC.
Look up Syracuse, Italy, where Archimedes was born, on Google Maps. Make sure to turn on satellite view (lower left corner box). Zoom out. What else is nearby? Zoom all the way out until you can see what part of Italy Syracuse is in.
The Solid Truth about States of Matter
|For older kids. Read this week.|
|What Floats in a Moat?||Read today.|
Click here for a YouTube reading of this book.
|Notebooking and Printables|
|An assortment of Archimedes notebooking pages|
Archimedes cursive copywork
|Crafts and Activities|
|Highlights Magazine: alternate egg experiment|
|Videos||The story of Cao Chong and how he found out an elephants weight using the principle of buoyancy.||The Spangler Effect: Density Science – 9 layer density tower||Absolute Genius: Archimedes (National Geographic Kids)||Magic School Bus Ups and Downs|
Float or sink soda experiment