Part Two - Base Line Data on the Soda Cup Lander

Unit 3: Unit 3 - Deep Ocean to Rocky Shore Adaptations and Submersible Designs
Lesson 5 of 12

Objective: SWABT use a scale to find the mass and a ruler to take the linear measurements of their 'soda cup lander'.

Big Idea: Tools of the trade: students learn how to use a scale and ruler, so they can take accurate data for their Sea Cup Lander in the next lesson.

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