Published at Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 - 17:15:28 PM. 5th Grade Math. By Delia Mathews.
Understanding of elements of energy such as heat: This is a project that is designed to help a child to understand the various forms of energy. A good example is to determine how much heat is required to heat a very cold or hot bean. Place the bean seed in the deep freezer for 10 hours, another bean seed in the refrigerator, another under room temperature and another pre-heated for 2 hours. Cook all the seeds in a microwave for about 5 minutes and determine their levels hardness. The one that remains harder would be because it needs more heat to cook it. Therefore energy is transferred from one form to another.
Fluids: Understanding the dynamics of fluids develops an interest in such fields such as marine studies, chemistry and even biology. 5th grade science projects such as those that target water fluidity or mercury are good to illustrate the various characteristics of the fluids. The shapes that the various fluids would take when in a tube in a tube that is placed on level provides good insight into the characteristic of fluids and therefore how they can be used in daily life. Fluids such as mercury that have a concave shape would be sued differently from water that has convex shape.· Effect of light: A common experiment is that of determining how much light can be focused to provide brighter or more powerful view. The use of the concave lenses in microscopes is an example. Various concave mirrors can be arranged to provide a large beam of light that can be used to observe very minute organisms, or to do laser surgery. This can be easily be done for 5th grade science projects.
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