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### We found 122 resources with the keyterm buoyancy

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#### Building A Boat

Students compare and contrast the qualitative and quantitative properties of matter. In groups, they identify various objects in regards to their volume, mass, and buoyancy. They design and build a boat that floats and holds coins. They...

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#### Density and Buoyancy Experimental Design

Students must plan, design, and conduct an experiment that answers the scientific question: "Come up with a question that addresses the factors (variables) of the water and its effect on whether an object floats or sinks."

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#### Hot Air Balloon

Learners view a video and discuss the mechanics of a hot air balloon. They, in groups, construct a functioning hot air balloon.

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#### Earth: The Water Planet

Students elicit data on the water cycle, ocean topography, and island formation in this six lesson unit. The ocean floor and the properties of water are examined through a variety of discussions and hands-on experiments.

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#### Paper Clip Sailing

Young scholars explain that some things can float on top of water because of what we call "surface tension." They see that if something happens to disturb these water molecules from tugging on each other, the skin-like surface breaks up.

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#### Diving Raisins

Students hypothesize and observe what occurs when raisins are dropped in a carbonated liquid. They examine buoyancy and how density effects ascent and descent.

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#### Concrete Canoes

Students explore and analyze the relationship of buoyancy and displacement needed to make an object float. They examine various boat designs, then design and build clay and aluminum boats that hold a cargo of marbles.

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#### Technology of the Deep: Experiments with Buoyant Forces

Students conduct a series of experiments to study the effects of temperature and salinity on the buoyancy of an object in water. They devise ways to make floating and sinking objects neutrally buoyant.

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#### Float Your Boat

Students design an experiment to find density using Archimedes' Principle. For this physics lesson, students calculate density using mass and volume. They share their findings in class.

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#### Condiment Diver: The World's Simplest Cartesian Diver

Students explain what density is in their own words. In this physics lesson, students perform the condiment experiment and explain why some float and some sink. They share their findings in class.

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#### Buoyancy

Learners use different shapes as boats to create buoyancy. In this buoyancy lesson plan, students also play online games about buoyancy and graph their results from their shape test.

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#### What Sinks or Floats in the Ocean

Eighth graders experiment on density and buoyancy. In this physics lesson plan, 8th graders experiment on what objects float or sink in water. They explore and collect data from ocean observing systems.

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#### Buoyancy

Pupils consider the effect of error in experimentation. In this physical science lesson plan, students compensate for an error that occurs when a substance is weighed on a balance. Pupils are guided in steps through the lab experience...

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#### What Boat Designs Float the Best?

Fifth graders investigate buoyancy by conducting a science experiment. In this water properties instructional activity, 5th graders predict which of their different paper boat designs will float for the longest period. Students conduct...

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#### Density Warm-Up Questions

In this chemistry worksheet, students solve 12 word problems regarding density, mass, volume, and buoyancy. Additionally, students rank a variety of materials in the order of their densities.

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#### Radical Raisins!

Students explore the concept of buoyancy through experimentation. Given materials of various weights and composition, they drop them in club soda and determine which substances sink or float. Students discuss their results in terms of...

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#### Clay Boats

Seventh graders are given the opportunity to use model-building as a way to help comprehend the forces and phenomena at work in the world around them. They use both successful and unsuccessful models to make inferences, refine...

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#### What Floats Your Boat?

Students discover the Archimedes principle through a buoyancy experiment. They measure the water displacement of a lump a clay which is denser than water then reshape the clay into a bowl which floats but displaces more water.

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#### Buoyancy

Students look at clippings of boats. They are able to define the following terms displacement, and density. Students construct a clay boat. After they complete their clay boat students answer questions about their clay boats.

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#### The Buoyancy Factor

Students examine why some objects float in water while others sink and the ability of something to float does not depend entirely on its weight. Archimedes' principle is introduced and buoyant force is discussed. Practice calculations...

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#### Secrets Beneath the Waters

Pupils work in small groups and design a ship out of balsa wood. They hypothesize what happens when the ship is placed in water then make predictions as to which ship stays afloat the longest with the greatest amount of weight added.

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#### How Wet Can You Get?

Students visit a swimming pool and brainstorm different water sports and what benefits swimming has over other types of exercise. They then discuss buoyancy and water pressure and when how objects sink or float before playing a game of...

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#### Galapagos Rift Expedition Come On Down!

Learners research the development and implementation of a research vessel/vehicle used for deep ocean exploration. In this oceanography lesson plan, students calculate the density of objects by determining the mass and volume.

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#### The Spring Sailing Regatta

Students determine how a boat's design effects its speed and cargo carrying ability. They build small boats that have cargo carrying capabilities to test in a small child's pool.