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The students created a balance scale on construction paper out of a one inch strip of paper and a die-cut "v". They then chose two magazine pictures to glue on the scale to show which was the heaviest and which was the lightest. They then wrote comparative sentences to describe the weight of the objects.

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1st Grade Balance Activity

1st Grade Balance Activity --great for centers. My 1st graders loved it so much they asked me to make a second one!

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Science for Kids: Make a Balance

Great activity for the students to make their own scale! Age 5 Use familiar materials to measure things (e.g., popsicle sticks, unifix cubes, paper clips, crayons, hand). Actively explore simple machines (e.g., pulleys, levers, wheels).

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Preschool Farm Activities And Sensory Play Ideas For Math, Science, And Literacy

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Science - Using a Balance Scale... How Many Bears Does It Weigh?

This is a fun activity to explore the science of balance and weight in the classroom. Have the students use the classroom balance scales to see how much items from their pencil boxes weigh. Does it weigh 1 bear, 2 bears, 3 bears, or more? Your students will have fun weighing their school supplies and recording their data!

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Weighing lesson. Fill the same empty bottles with different things. I used straws, rice and pasta, water and Hama beads. Using pan balance can the children place them in order of weight?

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Measurement Centers: Very Hands-On

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