4. Use the markers to draw a different colored dot on each of the appropriate pencil marks on the paper strip. Allow the ink to dry, and then go back and add more color to each dot. Before you complete the rest of the lab, make a prediction of the pigment components you expect to see from each marker’s ink. 5.
Can’t forget the oil. Details information for 2nd Main point Detailed information for 3rdmain point) Conclusion In conclusion, braiding hair is very easy, once you get the special materials, and then select your style, and finally perform the steps for a beautiful style. (Restate or summary of 3 main points.) Braids are for all ages, male and female. Why don’t you try
Resize the photo so that it is 1.5 inches wide if necessary, and then remove the green background, retaining only the image of the sunflower. Apply Tight text wrapping. 12. Use the Picture Effects button in the Picture Styles group on the Picture Tools Format tab to add an Olive Green, 8 pt glow, Accent color 4 glow to the sunflower. Position the image as necessary so that it looks similar to the Final Figure.
Finally we add the third group of 3 marshmallows and have student count all three groups. They will have the visual realization that 3 + 3 + 3= 9 is the same as 3 groups, 3 times. They will come up with the same answer. Addition allows the student to add the same number the same amount of times you would multiply it by. This knowledge can be built upon as students are allowed to create further groupings such as 3 x 2 = 3 groups, 2 times = 2 groups, 3 times, simply written, 3x2=3+3=2+2+2=6.
Lesson Plan 1:Comparing Earth and Mars Objectives: Students will understand the difference between the Earth and Mars the understand that each have similar geological features and these features could be useful in understanding that life may be possible on both planets. Materials Computer Books that have photographs of the surface of Earth and Mars Procedures Students will complete research on Mars and Earth on the computer they will begin their research and print pictures with the features of both planets. They will research the websites Mars Introduction Views of the Solar System Earth Introduction Views of the Solar System Students will post their pictures of the Earth and Mars and they will find text with references about Earth and Mars. They will post the pictures side by side and compare similar features about each planet. All pictures should have descriptions and explanations of how each planet is
To completely view the moon’s pattern I will observe it during its zenith. To complete this observation I will use a variety of instruments to compare the different sizes of the moon I will get. The most critical instrument during this scientifical experiment is the basic cardboard paper towel cylinder. The cylinder provides the measurement that will display the estimate of the moon’s size by measuring in one-eighth inch in diameter. I will also have a ruler on hand to give me the measurements of the observations.
With art therapy directly, there is a piece used as therapy called a mandala. A mandala involves anything from shapes to actual figures and forms placed inside a circle normally made to fit on a paper 8” x 10”. Many can basically be or resemble tiling or a tessellation. The definition for tiling in the book The Visual Mind: Art and Mathematics by Michele Emmer is “a covering of the plane by closed shapes that is without gaps or overlaps.” In the therapy sessions the person receiving the therapy colors in the forms in any way they like. Mandala’s can range from a complicated form to extremely simple made for a child or persons with handicaps.
Space flight engineers frequently use calculus when planning lengthy missions. To launch an exploratory probe, they must consider the different orbiting velocities of the Earth and the planet the probe is targeted for, as well as other gravitational influences like the sun and the moon. Calculus allows each of thHow Calculus is Used in Astronomy Written by: Hannah Whiteoak • Edited by: RC Davison Published Jul 29, 2011 • Related Guides: Astronomers | Fuel Calculus is used in all areas of physics - and astronomy is no exception. Astronomers regularly use calculus to study the motions of planets, meteorites and spaceships. Read on to see examples of how calculus is used in astronomy.