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Create an Element Superhero or Villain INCLUDE: 5 physical properties 3 super hero/villain powers Review the rubric ___________ Super Hero Physical Property 1: Physical Property 4: Physical Property 2: Physical Property 5: Physical Property 3:

Super Hero Powers Power 1: Power 2: Power 3: __________ Super Hero Physical Property 1: Physical Property 4: Physical Property 2: Physical Property 5: Physical Property 3: Super Hero Powers Power 1:

Power 2: Power 3: ____________ Super Villain Physical Property 4: Physical Property 1: Physical Property 2: Physical Property 5: Physical Property 3: Super Villain Powers Power 1: Power 3: Power 2:

__________ Super Hero Physical Properties Super Hero Powers Physical Property 1: Luster Power 1: Physical Property 2: Conductivity Physical Property 3: Malleability Physical Property 4: Power 2:

__________Super Hero Physical Properties Super Hero Powers Physical Property 1: Luster Power 1: Physical Property 2: Conductivity Physical Property 3: Malleability Physical Property 4:

Power 2: Aluminum (Al) Super Hero Physical Property 1: Metal Physical Property 2: Conducts electricity Physical Property 3: Malleable Super Hero Powers Power 1: Because she is malleable she can bend her body into

different shapes or become thin and go under doors. Physical Property 4: Luster =Shiny Physical Property 5: Low density Al Al Power 2: Power 3: Because

Because she has a shiny luster she can reflect light off her skin and momentarily blind people. she can conduct electricity she doesnt need extension cords. Comic Life Example

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