Activity Room Linear Measurement Practice Using Metric Measures –Click on the Pictures for practice activities
Activity Room Spring Scales A spring scale is a weighing scale used to measure force, such as the force of gravity, exerted on a mass or the force of a person's grip or the force exerted by a towing vehicle. This force is commonly measured in Newton, for which one Newton corresponds to the weight of about a tenth of a kilogram of mass, or about the weight of an apple. The spring scale can also be correctly called a Newton Meter, because it is used to measure Newton.
Activity Room Review Slide NumberContent Slide 1Graduated CylinderSlide 1 Slide 2500ml graduated cylinder showing graduations (units of measure) Be sure you are familiar how to read various size graduated cylinder.Slide 2 Slide 31000ml graduated cylinder showing graduations (units of measure)Slide 3 Slide 410ml and 50ml graduated cylinder. read the meniscus on the 50ml graduated cylinder.Slide 4 Slide 5Beaker, flask, pipet filler, test tube holderSlide 5 Slide 6Graduated pipets and plastic dropping pipetSlide 6 Slide 7Rulers showing English and metric scales. Be able to measure length using metric units.Slide 7 Slide 8Triple Beam Balance identifying parts. Know all parts and how to use and read the scale on the triple beam balance.Slide 8 Slide 9Determining weight using the triple beam balanceSlide 9 Slide 10Determining weight using the triple beam balanceSlide 10 Slide 11Fahrenheit and Celsius Thermometers. Be able to read both Fahrenheit and Celsius thermometers.Slide 11