Unit Two | Science 5, 4th ed. Web Links
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Chapter 3: Matter
- Mixtures and Solutions—Powerpoint (Lessons 40–41)
- Solid, Liquid, Gas—Question/answer activity-Links to videos (Lessons 35–36)
- Science Kids—Interactive: two glass jars with lids, pipe connecting the two. One has liquid. Press Heat button, liquid vaporizes and some flows into second jar. Press Cool button, vapor condenses, liquid forms in both jars. (Lessons 35–36)
Answers in Genesis (Lesson 42)
- Heaven and Earth—Video download highlights the beauty and majesty of God's awe-inspiring handiwork throughout the seemingly endless universe. View the “Building Blocks” clip (Lesson 42). DVD available for purchase.
Chapter 4: Energy and Heat
- Calorie King—Nutritional information about many foods and restaurants
- Energy Kids—Energy Kids page, including energy facts, activities, and games
- MyPlate—Games, activities, and information about the food groups and being healthy
- USDA Nutrient Database—USDA kcal list of many foods (PDF format)
- Jetstream: An Online Weather School—Information about radiation, convection, and conduction
- Menu Planner—Interactive menu planner and calorie counter
- Energy Quest—Information, projects, and games about energy
- Physics 4 Kids—definitions and information in an easy to understand format (Lesson 52)
- Potential/kinetic/thermal energy activites—Review games, flashcards, and other activities (Lessons 49–50)
- Understanding Heat Transfer, Conduction, Convection, and Radiation—Powerpoint (Lessons 57–58)
Answers in Genesis (Lesson 59)
- “Can Creationists Be “Real” Scientists?”—Chapter by Dr. Jason Lisle from The New Answers Book 2
- Creation Scientist Biographies—Find biographies of many creation scientists
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