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Physical Science

Solid Definite shape and definite volume.
Liquid Definite Volume and No Definite Shape.
Gas No definite shape and no definite volume.
Microscope A tool that uses a collection of lenses to magnify small objects.
Safety goggles Eye-wear that protects against splashes.
Stored Energy that is stored in molecules.
Solar Energy produced by the SUN.
Camera A tool used to take pictures to compare and angle.
Graduated Cylinder A device used to measure liquids accurately.
Prism A tool to show color spectrum, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, and indigo.
Notebook To organize, review, and reinforce skills learned in science.
Materials to support observation of habitats such as terrariums and aquariums Habitats for fish, plants, etc etc.
Gravity The force that pulls you down to Earth.
Meter Stick An instrument used to measure distance or length.
Magnets A piece of stone, ore, or metal that attracts iron or steel.
Gloves Protective covering for your hands.
Timing Device Will time experiments.
Triple Bean Balance An instrument used to measure an objects mass.
Mirror A tool used to investigate reflections.
Spring Scale An instrument used to measure the pull of gravity on an object.
Hand Lenses A hand held tool that magnifies objects.
Hot Plate Heating device used in experiment.
Collecting Nets A net for collecting small animals.
Celsius Thermometer An instrument used to measure the temperature of air and liquid.
Buoyancy The ability to float.
Relative Density Determines whether one substance will sink or float in another.
Temperature The measure of the movement of particles in a substance
Volume The amount of space something takes up.
Solubility The ability of a substance to dissolve when mixed with another substance.
Magnetism The ability to attract to iron, nickle, or cobalt.
Conduct Electricity The ability to allow electricity to flow through it.
Insulate/Conduct Thermal Energy Conduct - Thermal energy passes through. Insulate - Thermal energy stays in place.
Created by: TripTyler