Welcome
To Our
Internet
Project
It's Elemental
What's the Matter with You? 
5th Graders "Adopt" an Element

This Page developed by Mr. Rob Curry
5th Grade Teacher at Vinci Park Elementary
Berryessa Union School District   San Jose, California

Project Overview
Slide Show


Project Objectives 


Background
Knowledge


Research
     Form
     Rubric


Power Point    
  Story Board
  Template
  Rubric


Web Site Building
      Template
    Rubric


Brochure
    Template
  Rubric


Additional Acrivities


Projects from Classes of 2003 and 2004

Cyber Safety for Kids  from Disney

Spanish Translation 
of this project
(Proyecto En Espanol)

San Jose Teach

Our Class Science Page

Bibliography/Sources Cited 

Printed Resources

Electronic/ Web Resources


Elemental Matter Teachers

Share your ideas, discussion board, and download additional resources

Research an Element

MATERIALS: 

One for each student:

Research Form

Research Rubric

Internet Resources: 

Essential web sites for project:

  1. Periodic Table with descriptions of every element from Jefferson labs  <http://education.jlab.org/itselemental/index.html>
  1. Chemicool Periodic Table with links for every element http://www.chemicool.com/

  2.  
  3. Web Elements Periodic Table with links for every element http://www.webelements.com
  4. Chem4Kids: http://www.chem4kids.com/
Additional Information found at the following web sites:
Making Research Fun  
Other Web Resources: 
Some Ineractive Matter Experiments

Exploratorium: CO2 and Bubbles
Exploratorium: Gas Model

Try Science: Got Gas?

Science Is Fun: Experiments You Can Do At Home

Basic Links on Elements

Jefferson Lab's Kid Zone

Atomic Structure: 3-D Crystals
Quia on line learning games on elements (Requires Flash)

View up to 3 movies free per dayView a "movie" on the states of matter and take a quiz on the properties of matter.

Search Engines


Need Info?
Try a Web Search at: OR [Yahooligans!]
If you still have a question, ask your teacher OR:  < http://www.ducksbreath.com/>

Still need more Info? Try Ask A Mad Scientist    <http://www.madsci.org/submit.html >

Last revised 08-22-04 by rdcurry

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