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We've learned that atoms can be close together or far apart. Scientists have a word that tells us how close together something's atoms are. Density means how closely packed together something's atoms are. If something is very dense that means its atoms are very close together.

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We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

We've learned that atoms can be close together or far apart


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Scientists have a word that tells us how close together something's atoms are


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Density means how closely packed together something's atoms are


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

If something is very dense that means its atoms are very close together


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

If something is not very dense this means its atoms are far apart


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Let's practice...

1) What does density mean?

2) If something is not dense, how far apart are its atoms?

3) If something is very dense, how far apart are its atoms?


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Solids, liquids, and gases have different densities

Solids are most dense, liquids are medium dense, and gases are the least dense


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Let's practice...

1) Order the words: liquid, gas, solid from most dense to least dense


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Different objects in the same phase can have different densities.

You can tell which object is more dense by how far it sinks in water.


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Let's practice....

1) Which object is most dense?

2) Which object is least dense?

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We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

Density is also affect by how heavy the atoms that make an object are.

The atoms that make metal are heavier than the atoms that make plastics


Quiz game

QUIZ GAME


1 what is density

1. What is density?


2 what do the atoms look like in a object that is not very dense

2. What do the atoms look like in a object that is not very dense?


3 what do the atoms look like in an object that is very dense

3. What do the atoms look like in an object that is very dense?


4 name an object that is very dense

4. Name an object that is very dense?


5 name an object that is not very dense

5. Name an object that is not very dense?


6 which phase is the most dense

6. Which phase is the most dense?


7 which phase is the least dense

7. Which phase is the least dense?


8 name the phases from most dense to least dense

8. Name the phases from most dense to least dense?


9 true or false different objects in the same phase have to have the same density

9. True or false: Different objects in the same phase have to have the same density?


10 how do you tell if one object is more dense than another

10. How do you tell if one object is more dense than another?


11 what is the melting point

11. What is the melting point?


12 what is the boiling point

12. What is the boiling point?


13 which phase has the hottest atoms

13. Which phase has the hottest atoms?


We ve learned that atoms can be close together or far apart

14. You put 2 objects in the water. Object number 1 floats on the top of the water and object number 2 sinks to the bottom. Which object is more dense?


15 which object is more dense a nail or a scrap of cardboard the same size

15. Which object is more dense: a nail or a scrap of cardboard the same size?


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