5th Grade Science Matter & Energy

 

 

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Fremont Magnet Elementary

Matter & Energy

5th Grade California State Standards

Harcourt Brace Links  (Jones)

 

 

Matter & Energy

 

1 1g Physical Properties - Properties of Matter
2 1g,f Changes in Matter  - Physical Changes in Matter
3 1a,b,e Atoms & Elements - What is an atom?
4 1d Elements & Compounds - Elements and the Periodic Table
5 1f How Matter Changes  - Separating Materials
6 1c Properties of Metals - Properties of Metals
7 1h Properties of Salt - Properties of Salts
Matter Test  
Other Links

Changes in Matter Reading Comprehension Check
Strange Matter
 Chem 4 Kids Elements
What's the Matter?

Chem 4 Kids Matter
Periodic Table
Prep Science Chemestry
Periodic Table from Los Alamos
WebElements

http://library.thinkquest.org/3659/pertable/
Virtual Lab
The Science Spot
http://www.sjteach.org/matter.html

Electric Energy 

Electric Energy

Who Can Resist?

BrainPop Current Electricity

BrainPop Electricity

How electric currents work

Revisewise Electical Conductors 

 

 

5th Grade Science Pacing

*missed day due to holiday that week

Unit

 

 

Week Of

Lesson

Pgs

UNIT C

Matter & Energy

1. Elements and their combinations account for all the varied types of matter in the world.
As a basis for understanding this concept, students know:
a. during chemical reactions, the atoms in the reactants rearrange to form products with different properties.
b. all matter is made of atoms, which may combine to form molecules.
c. metals have properties in common, such as electrical and thermal conductivity. Some metals, such as aluminum (Al), iron (Fe), nickel (Ni), copper (Cu), silver (Ag), gold (Au), are pure elements while others, such as steel and brass, are composed of a combination of elemental metals.
d. each element is made of one kind of atom. These elements are organized in the Periodic Table by their chemical properties.
e. scientists have developed instruments that can create images of atoms and molecules showing that they are discrete and often occur in well ordered arrays.
f. differences in chemical and physical properties of substances are used to separate mixtures and identify compounds.
g. properties of solid, liquid, and gaseous substances, such as sugar (C6H12O6), water (H2O) helium (He), oxygen (O2), nitrogen (N2),and carbon dioxide (CO2).
h. living organisms and most materials are composed of just a few elements.
i. common properties of salts, such as sodium chloride (NaCl).
Week Of Standard Lesson Pages

9/12

PS 1g,f

Physical Properties

C6 C9

9/19

PS 1g,f

Changes in Matter

C22 C27

9/26

PS 1a,b,e

Atoms

C40 C43

10/3

PS 1d,f

Elements & Compounds

C48 C51

10/10

PS 1f

Separating Materials

C10 - C11

10/17 PS 1c Properties of Metal C44
10/24 PS 1h Properties of Salt -------

 

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