10R Science group did an amazing practical lesson of testing density on different objects.
In physics, density is the ratio of mass to volume. Any solid object that’s less dense than water floats. Density is an important property of a fluid because mass is continuously distributed throughout a fluid; the static forces and motions within the fluid depend on the concentration of mass (density) rather than the fluid’s overall mass.
Students were able to say whether it is regular or irregular object and how to check their mass, volume and then calculate density. They were able to use Eureka can for irregular shapes.
Overall students were amazing and I am very PROUD of them as they were able to show their knowledge and understanding of this unit.