Solids: Expansion Joint Project (Days 2-3)

Unit 3: Matter
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: SWBAT apply their knowledge of molecular motion to model the importance of expansion joints in various objects.

Big Idea: Telling kids about expansion joints is boring, but having them investigate where expansion joints are located and how they work makes learning meaningful.

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Science, solids, mass, matter, molecule
  45 minutes
expansion joint
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