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The Atoms Family was created by Kathleen Crawford, 1994Presentation developed by Tracy Trimpe, 2006, http://sciencespot.net/
The Atoms Family StoryIn the center of Matterville, there is aplace called the Nucleus Arcade,           Name:where two me...
Around the Nucleus Arcade, you willfind a series of roadways that are used      Name:by another member of the Atoms       ...
The first energy street can only holdonly two Electron brothers. The secondenergy street, called the EnergyFreeway, can ho...
The morale of Matterville is stable as long as each negative Electron brotheris balanced out by one positive Proton sister...
Challenge 2: What would happen to the morale of Matterville if one ElliottElectron moved to Matterville?
1st Verse:                        3rd Verse:They’re tiny and they’re teeny,   Neutrons can be found,Much smaller than a be...
They’re tiny and they’reteeny,Much smaller than a beany,They never can be seeny,The Atoms Family.
They are so small.(Snap, snap)They’re round like a ball.(Snap, snap)They make up the air.They’re everywhere.Can’t see them...
Together they make gases,And liquids like molasses,And all the solid masses,The Atoms Family
They are so small.(Snap, snap)They’re round like a ball.(Snap, snap)They make up the air.They’re everywhere.Can’t see them...
Neutrons can be found,Where protons hang around;Electrons they surroundThe Atoms Family.
They are so small.(Snap, snap)They’re round like a ball.(Snap, snap)They make up the air.They’re everywhere.Can’t see them...
Ready to try it again?                Click the music note to try the song again.If you do not want to sing it again, clic...
The Atoms Family - Atomic Math Challenge                             Atomic Number                             Symbol     ...
Assignment: Finish the rest of the worksheet and turn it in to your teacher.
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The Atoms Family was created by Kathleen Crawford, 1994
Presentation developed by Tracy Trimpe, 2006, http://sciencespot.net/

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  1. 1. The Atoms Family was created by Kathleen Crawford, 1994Presentation developed by Tracy Trimpe, 2006, http://sciencespot.net/
  2. 2. The Atoms Family StoryIn the center of Matterville, there is aplace called the Nucleus Arcade, Name:where two members of the Atoms Patty ProtonFamily like to hang out. Perky Description:Patty Proton, like her sisters, is Positivequite large with a huge smile and Favorite Activity:eyes that sparkle (+). Patty is always Hanging out at the Nucleus Arcadehappy and has a very positivepersonality. Nerdy Nelda Neutron Name:is large like Patty, but she has a Nelda Neutronboring, flat mouth and eyes with zeroexpression (o). Her family is very Description:apathetic and neutral about Neutraleverything. Patty, Nelda, and their Favorite Activity:sisters spend all their time at the Hanging out at the Nucleus Arcadearcade.
  3. 3. Around the Nucleus Arcade, you willfind a series of roadways that are used Name:by another member of the Atoms Elliott ElectronFamily, Enraged Elliott Electron. Elliott Description:races madly around the Arcade on his Negativebright red chrome-plated Harley- Favorite Activity:Davidson. He rides so fast that no one Racing around the arcadecan be sure where he is at any time.Elliott is much smaller than Patty andNelda and he is always angry becausethese bigger relatives will not let him inthe Arcade. He has a frown on his face,eyes that are squinted with anger, and avery negative (-) attitude.
  4. 4. The first energy street can only holdonly two Electron brothers. The secondenergy street, called the EnergyFreeway, can hold 8 brothers. The thirdenergy street, called the EnergySuperhighway, can hold 18 of thebrothers. Energy Superhighway Can hold 18 electrons Energy Freeway Can hold 8 electrons Nucleus Arcade Energy Street Contains protons & neutrons Can hold 2 electrons
  5. 5. The morale of Matterville is stable as long as each negative Electron brotheris balanced out by one positive Proton sister. The number of residents inMatterville depends on the Proton and Neutron families.Challenge: What would happen to the morale of Matterville if one ElliottElectron was kidnapped?
  6. 6. Challenge 2: What would happen to the morale of Matterville if one ElliottElectron moved to Matterville?
  7. 7. 1st Verse: 3rd Verse:They’re tiny and they’re teeny, Neutrons can be found,Much smaller than a beany, Where protons hang around;They never can be seeny, Electrons they surroundThe Atoms Family. The Atoms Family.Chorus Chorus2nd Verse: Chorus:Together they make gases, They are so small.And liquids like molasses, (Snap, snap)And all the solid masses, They’re round like a ball.The Atoms Family (Snap, snap)Chorus They make up the air. They’re everywhere. Can’t see them at all. (Snap, snap)
  8. 8. They’re tiny and they’reteeny,Much smaller than a beany,They never can be seeny,The Atoms Family.
  9. 9. They are so small.(Snap, snap)They’re round like a ball.(Snap, snap)They make up the air.They’re everywhere.Can’t see them at all.(Snap, snap)
  10. 10. Together they make gases,And liquids like molasses,And all the solid masses,The Atoms Family
  11. 11. They are so small.(Snap, snap)They’re round like a ball.(Snap, snap)They make up the air.They’re everywhere.Can’t see them at all.(Snap, snap)
  12. 12. Neutrons can be found,Where protons hang around;Electrons they surroundThe Atoms Family.
  13. 13. They are so small.(Snap, snap)They’re round like a ball.(Snap, snap)They make up the air.They’re everywhere.Can’t see them at all.(Snap, snap)
  14. 14. Ready to try it again? Click the music note to try the song again.If you do not want to sing it again, click the arrow to move to the next slide.
  15. 15. The Atoms Family - Atomic Math Challenge Atomic Number Symbol Name Atomic Mass protons electronsAtomic number equals the number of ____________ or ________________. protons neutronsAtomic mass equals the number of ______________ + _______________.
  16. 16. Assignment: Finish the rest of the worksheet and turn it in to your teacher.

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