Mosa Mack Materials List 2017-2018
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Photosynthesis 1Student Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)X
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Photosynthesis 1Photosynthesis EpisodeX
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Photosynthesis 1Computer with speakersX
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Photosynthesis 1ScissorsX
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Photosynthesis 1Glue or Tape
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Photosynthesis2For each group of students, make a lab “toolkit” (box) of the following materials:
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Photosynthesis22 spinach leaves
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Photosynthesis2Piece of straw
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Photosynthesis2Solution: 0.2% baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and 1 drop soap
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Photosynthesis21 large syringe
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Photosynthesis22 beakers (labeled “dark” and “light”)
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Photosynthesis21 plastic cup large enough to fit over beaker
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Photosynthesis21 light lamp
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Photosynthesis3Baking soda solution for protocols not using indicator (a pinch or two of baking soda in the test tube water of Elodea helps the oxygen-producing reaction go forward)
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Photosynthesis3blank paper, pencils
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Photosynthesis3light source(s)
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Photosynthesis3choice of equipment for protocol design
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Photosynthesis3test tube, beaker, ring stand, clamp, cm-ruler, funnel
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Photosynthesis3distilled water
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Photosynthesis31 8-cm sprig of Elodea canadensis (aquarium plant)
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Photosynthesis3student handout for each student in group.
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Food Webs1Student Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)
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Food Webs1Food Webs Episode
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Food Webs1Computer with speakers
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Food Webs1Scissors
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Food Webs1Glue or Tape
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Food Webs2Student Handout (one per student)
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Food Webs2One “Web Background” Handout (located in the Student handout)
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Food Webs2One “Organisms” Handout (located in the Student handout)
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Food Webs2Colored Pencils or Crayons
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Food Webs2Scissors
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Food Webs2Glue
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Food Webs3Student handout
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Food Webs3blank paper
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Food Webs3markers, colored pencils
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Food Webs3construction paper
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Food Webs3cardboard
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Food Webs3glue
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Food Webs3scissors
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Food Webs3poster paper
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Atoms & Molecules1Student Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)
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Atoms & Molecules1Atoms & Molecules Episode
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Atoms & Molecules1Computer with speakers
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Atoms & Molecules1Scissors
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Atoms & Molecules1Glue or Tape
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Atoms & Molecules2Student Guide
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Atoms & Molecules2scissors for each student
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Atoms & Molecules2glue sticks for each student
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Atoms & Molecules2poster paper
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Atoms & Molecules2markers, pencils, colored pencils
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Atoms & Molecules2access to research materials or computers
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Atoms & Molecules3Regular and colored pencils, erasers
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Atoms & Molecules3Blank sheets for sketches (8.5 x 11)
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Atoms & Molecules3Construction paper and markers (for final prototype design)
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Atoms & Molecules3Research resources (computers of books)
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Atoms & Molecules3Student Guide
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes1Student Guide (includes student agenda and vocabulary handout)
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes1Physical vs. Chemical Changes Comic
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes1Scissors
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes1Glue or Tape
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2Introduction to Make Powerpoint
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2Alka Seltzer tablets broken in half
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2large water supply at table
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2small clear cup with mark
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2zip-lock sandwich baggies
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2large ice supply at table
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2beaker (100-ml or greater)
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2thermometer
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2sliced thin slivers of potato
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2iodine solution
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2dropper
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2petri dish
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2various types and colors of paper
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2cut liver into very small pieces
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes21 test tube
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes23% hydrogen peroxide
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2Forceps
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2cup of baking soda with spoon
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2cup of household vinegar
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2dropper
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2petri dish
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes2Station Cards* in sheet protectors for each station (*Station card Masters in appendix)
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Timer
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Physical vs. Chemical Changes3Access to research materials
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