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Fifth Grade Remote Lessons
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Use our Google Forms, filled with videos of experiments, animations, and questions to create remote learning assignments students can do at home! A walkthrough video is included to let teachers see how they can use these assignments with their students.

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Inquiry in Action
Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 1.1 - Classifying Objects Based on their Observable Properties
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Grade 2 Chapter 1 - Properties of Materials. Students sort common objects according to characteristics such as shape, flexibility, and the material they are made from to investigate the question: Can you group objects based on their characteristics?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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06/03/2022
Lesson 1.1 - Matter Is Made of Tiny Particles
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Grade 5 Chapter 1 - Matter is Made of Tiny Particles. Students squeeze a flexible plastic bottle filled with air and another filled with water to investigate the questions: Is an “empty” bottle really empty? and Can you force the molecules of a gas or a liquid to be closer together?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 1.2 - Dissolving M&Ms
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Grade 5 Chapter 1 - Matter is Made of Tiny Particles. Students place M&Ms in water and in a sugar solution to investigate the question: Will an M&M dissolve as well in a sugar solution as it does in plain water?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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06/03/2022
Lesson 1.2 - Testing Materials to Learn About Their Properties
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Grade 2 Chapter 1 - Properties of Materials. Students conduct a series of tests on different materials to learn about their properties to investigate the question: What are some of the characteristic properties of paper, plastic, and aluminum foil?

Subject:
Chemistry
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Provider:
American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 1.3 - Designing an Absorbency Test
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Grade 2 Chapter 1 - Properties of Materials. Students plan and conduct an absorbency test on paper, plastic, aluminum foil, and felt to investigate the question: Which material absorbs water and why?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 1.3 - Dissolving and Back Again
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Grade 5 Chapter 1 - Matter is Made of Tiny Particles. Students dissolve salt in water and allow the water to evaporate to investigate the question: What process causes salt to dissolve in water and then the water to evaporate?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 1.4 - The Water Cycle
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Grade 5 Chapter 1 - Matter is Made of Tiny Particles. Students use water, ice, and plastic wrap to model the ocean and cold upper atmosphere to investigate the question: What are the main processes in the water cycle that make it rain?

Subject:
Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 1.4 - Using the Properties of Materials to Improve a Model Boat
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Grade 2 Chapter 1 - Properties of Materials. Students use what they’ve learned about the properties of paper, plastic, and aluminum foil to investigate the question: Which materials are best for making a boat that can hold the most pennies before sinking?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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06/03/2022
Lesson 2.1 - Liquids have properties
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Grade 2 Chapter 2 - Liquids have Properties. Students do simple tests to observe the properties of water, mineral oil, and corn syrup on the surface of a zip-closing plastic bag to investigate the question: Can liquids that look similar have different properties?

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Chemistry
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Provider:
American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 2.1 - Using Dissolving to Identify Substances
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Grade 5 Chapter 2 - Substances have Characteristic Properties. Students compare the dissolving of salt and sugar and then conduct a dissolving test on unknown substances marked A, B, and C to investigate the question: Can substances be identified by how well they dissolve in water?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 2.2 - Identifying an Unknown Liquid
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Grade 5 Chapter 2 - Substances have Characteristic Properties. Students test four known liquids and an unknown liquid on two different paper surfaces to investigate the question: Can you identify liquids based on how they interact with different surfaces?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 2.3 - Mixing Liquids to Identify an Unknown Liquid
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Grade 5 Chapter 2 - Substances have Characteristic Properties. Students test four known and one unknown liquid with water to investigate the question: Can you identify an unknown liquid based on how different liquids interact with water?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 2.4 - Density and Sinking and Floating
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Grade 5 Chapter 2 - Substances have Characteristic Properties. Students repeatedly reduce the size of a clay ball while placing it in water to investigate the question: Does changing the amount of material in an object change the object’s density?

Subject:
Chemistry
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Provider:
American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 2.5 - The Density of Liquids
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Grade 5 Chapter 2 - Substances have Characteristic Properties. After seeing the teacher compare the weight of equal volumes of water and corn syrup, students compare the weight of equal volumes of water and vegetable oil to investigate the question: Is vegetable oil more or less dense than water?

Subject:
Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 3.1 - Dissolving is a Property
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Grade 2 Chapter 3 - Dissolving is a property. Students develop a test to compare the dissolving of an M&M and a Skittle in water to investigate the question: Do M&Ms and Skittles dissolve by the same amount?

Subject:
Chemistry
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Provider:
American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 3.1 - What’s the Difference between Baking Soda and Baking Powder?
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Grade 5 Chapter 3 - Substances Can Mix and React to Form New Substances. Students design and conduct a test using baking soda and baking powder with vinegar to investigate the question: Will baking soda or baking powder produce more gas when vinegar is added?

Subject:
Chemistry
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Provider:
American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 3.2 - Exploring Baking Powder
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Grade 5 Chapter 3 - Substances Can Mix and React to Form New Substances. Students help design a test using baking soda, corn starch, and cream of tartar to investigate the question: Which two of the three ingredients in baking powder react to make it bubble when water is added?

Subject:
Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 3.3 - Forming a Precipitate
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Grade 5 Chapter 3 - Substances Can Mix and React to Form New Substances. Students combine an Ivory Soap solution with an Epsom salt solution to produce a solid “soap scum” to investigate the questions: What happens when you mix soap with hard water? and Is soap scum different from soap?

Subject:
Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 3.4 - Chemical Reactions & Color Change
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Grade 5 Chapter 3 - Substances Can Mix and React to Form New Substances. Students add laundry detergent powder (a base) and cream of tartar (an acid) to a red cabbage indicator to investigate the question: What can the color of an indicator tell you about the substances added to it?

Subject:
Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 3.5 - Different Substances React Differently
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Grade 5 Chapter 3 - Substances Can Mix and React to Form New Substances. Students combine citric acid with calcium chloride and citric acid with baking soda to investigate the question: What are the similarities and differences between the two reactions? and Do substances react in a characteristic way?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
Provider Set:
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 4.1 - Conservation of Mass
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Grade 5 Chapter 4 - Mass in Conserved in Physical and Chemical Change. Students measure the mass of substances before and after melting, dissolving, and a chemical change to investigate the question: Is mass conserved during physical and chemical changes?

Subject:
Chemistry
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 5.1 - Changes Caused by Heating and Cooling
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Grade 2 Chapter 5 - Heating and Cooling. Students warm butter until it melts and then cool it until it turns hard again as they investigate the question: How do substances change when they are warmed and cooled?

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Chemistry
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American Chemical Society
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 5.1 - Engineering a Floatation Device
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Grade 5 Chapter 5 - Engineering Design. Students test citric acid and cream of tartar with baking soda to investigate the question: Which reaction produces more gas? and How much of each reactant should be used to fill a bag with gas to make a cell phone float?

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Chemistry
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 5.2 - Heating can make a change that cannot go back again
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Grade 2 Chapter 5 - Heating and Cooling. Students design and conduct an experiment to see if baking powder causes more bubbling in warm or cold water to investigate the question: Does baking powder produce more bubbles when it is heated or cooled?

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Chemistry
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 6.1 - The Same Parts Can Make Many Objects
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Grade 2 Chapter 6 - Atoms. Student groups use four or five Snap Cubes to make as many different objects as possible to investigate the question: How many different objects can be made by rearranging four cubes?

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Chemistry
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Date Added:
06/03/2022
Lesson 6.2 - Atoms can be Rearranged to Make Different Molecules
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Grade 2 Chapter 6 - Atoms. After an introduction of Snap Cubes as models atoms and molecules, students use Snap Cubes to investigate the question: How can Snap Cubes be used to make models of different molecules?

Subject:
Chemistry
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
American Chemical Society
Provider Set:
Inquiry in Action
Date Added:
06/03/2022