No Series: Measuring Volume by Displacement of Water

Measuring Volume by Displacement of Water

Lesson Objective: Students figure out how to measure volume of irregular shapes
Grade 5 / Science / Measurement
8 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How does the 5 E Learning Cycle unfold in this lesson?
  2. Why is it essential for students to compare and contrast the differences in measuring regular and irregular shapes?
  3. How does Ms. Reilly use different sized containers to address potential misconceptions?

2 Comments

  • Private message to Russell White
I love this idea. I teach 3rd, but I can figure out how to "downsize" this lesson for my students easily enough. Thanks for the inspiration!
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  • Private message to Kao Ethan
LOVE IT! Good way to clarify the misconceptions!!!
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