Interactive Notes-Atoms – Physical Science Lessons Preview


In this set of interactive notes students:

  1. calculate exactly how many atoms there are in air (within a few quinzillion, that is)
  2. produce a spark that proves the existence of electrons
  3. roll a marble through a maze to learn how atomic scientists think, and
  4. play with magnets to learn why neutrons are the glue of the universe

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Parts of this Lesson:

  • 33 min. Video presentation (Preview above)
  • Student Handout (Members)
  • PowerPoint (Free)
  • Instructions-making black window coverings (Members)
  • Teacher Notes (Members)

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