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Title: Unscramble the following words for a sneak peek of the topics we will cover this year!


1
Unscramble the following words for a sneak peek
of the topics we will cover this year!
  1. bla lsslik
  2. icmret etssym
  3. cishsyp
  4. mcytsheri
  5. areht ieenccs
  6. tpnal ieenccs

The underlined letter is the first letter of each
word.
2
Unscramble the following words for a sneak peek
of the topics we will cover this year!
  1. Lab Skills
  2. Metric System
  3. Physics
  4. Chemistry
  5. Earth Science
  6. Plant Science
  1. bla lsslik
  2. icmret etssym
  3. cishsyp
  4. mcytsheri
  5. areht ieenccs
  6. tpnal ieenccs

The underlined letter is the first letter of each
word.
3
Name-The-Ologist
Challenge 1
T. Trimpe 2008 http//sciencespot.net/
4
What does each of these scientists study?
  1. Astronomer
  2. Meteorologist
  3. Biologist
  4. Chemist
  5. Geologist
  6. Zoologist
  7. Botanist
  1. Weather
  2. Atoms, elements, and compounds
  3. Rocks minerals
  4. Animals
  5. Living things
  6. Planets and stars
  7. Plants

5
The answers are
B. Meteorologist
  1. Weather
  2. Atoms, elements, and compounds
  3. Rocks minerals
  4. Animals
  5. Living things
  6. Planets and stars
  7. Plants

D. Chemist
E. Geologist
F. Zoologist
C. Biologist
A. Astronomer
G. Botanist
6
Challenge 2
Spot the Differences
Happy Birthday 6th Grade Forensic Science 2008
http//sciencespot.net/
7
Find the 6 differences between the two pictures.
Source http//www.slylockfox.com/arcade/6diff/ind
ex.html
8
The answers are
Source http//www.slylockfox.com/arcade/6diff/ind
ex.html
9
What's Wrong?
Lab Safety Challenge 1
T. Trimpe 2008 http//sciencespot.net/
10
Whats wrong? Identify 6 different safety
concerns shown in the picture below.
Image http//morrisonlabs.com/lab_safety.htm
11
The answers are
Image http//morrisonlabs.com/lab_safety.htm
12
Science
Equipment
  • Challenge 1

L. LaRosa http//www.middleschoolscience.com
for T. Trimpe 2008 http//sciencespot.net/
13
Identify the following lab equipment
A
B
C
F
D
E
14
Identify the following lab equipment
Triple Beam Balance
Microscope
Funnel
Test Tubes and Test Tube Rack
Goggles
Tweezers
15
Identify the following lab equipment
A
B
C
E
D
16
Identify the following lab equipment
Test Tube Clamp
Erlenmeyer Flask
Beakers
Graduated Cylinder
Petri Dish
17
Which piece of lab equipment would you use to
measure exactly 25 mL of water?
A
C
B
E
D
18
Which piece of lab equipment would you use to
measure exactly 25 mL of water?
Graduated Cylinder
E
19
Briefly describe how you would use these objects
to heat the contents of a test tube.
C
B
A
F
D
E
20
Briefly describe how you would use these objects
to heat the contents of a test tube.
First, put on safety goggles and lab apron. Tie
back long hair and check your shirt sleeves.
Second, light alcohol burner with match.
Third, remove test tube from rack and hold test
tube with test tube clamp.
Finally, when heating test tube, hold with
clamp, place bottom of test tube over flame, and
point the opening away from your face.
21
Physical Science
Length
  • Challenge 1

L. LaRosa http//www.middleschoolscience.com
for T. Trimpe 2008 http//sciencespot.net/
22
Find the length (antennae to feet) of the
following insects to the nearest whole or half cm
23
Find the length (antennae to feet) of the
following insects to the nearest whole or half cm
3.5 cm
2 cm
4.5 cm
5 cm
24
Find the lengths of the following green lines to
the nearest mm
25
Find the lengths of the following green lines to
the nearest mm
77 mm
44 mm
92 mm
26
Find the lengths of the following pencils in cm
mm
_____ cm _____ mm
_____ cm _____ mm
_____ cm _____ mm
_____ cm _____ mm
Images from http//www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resour
ces_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/measures/index.htm
27
Find the lengths of the following pencils in cm
mm
12.5 cm 125 mm
4 cm 40 mm
10 cm 100 mm
14.5 cm 145 mm
Images from http//www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resour
ces_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/measures/index.htm
28
Measuring Mass (basic description.)
We will be using triple-beam balances to find the
mass of various objects. The objects are placed
on the scale and then you move the weights on the
beams until you get the lines on the right-side
of the scale to match up.
Top Image http//www.southwestscales.com/Ohaus_Tr
iple_Beam_750-SO.jpg Bottom Image
http//www.regentsprep.org/Regents/biology/units/l
aboratory/graphics/triplebeambalance.jpg
29
Measuring Mass-Practice
With Partners (2-3 in a group.) Use the
triple-beam balances to find the mass of various
objects. Take turns using the balance! Make sure
that everyone can use it accurately.
Top Image http//www.southwestscales.com/Ohaus_Tr
iple_Beam_750-SO.jpg Bottom Image
http//www.regentsprep.org/Regents/biology/units/l
aboratory/graphics/triplebeambalance.jpg
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