Unit 1 - Science 4 - Lab activity

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Name Use with Chapter 11, page 316 Explore: What properties cause liquids to form layers? Explain Your Results 1. Infer Which liquid has the highest density? Which has the lowest density? How do you know? 2. Which object has the highest density? Which has the lowest density? How do you know? Self-Assessment Checklist I followed instructions to pour liquids into a cup in the correct order. I observed that the liquids form layers. I followed instructions to drop objects into the cup. I made inferences about which liquids had the highest and lowest density. I made inferences about which objects had the highest and lowest density and gave reasons for my inferences. © Pearson Education, Inc. Notes for Home: Your child did an activity to find out why liquids of different densities form layers. Home Activity: With your child, discuss why a jar of cotton balls is lighter than a jar of paper clips. Activity Book Directed Inquiry 133

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