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Christmas Science Labs and STEM from The Science Penguin Do you need some FUN science activities to do before Winter Break? These 5 Christmas activities are engaging, educational, and the most fun your students will have this year! What's Included? • Milk and Cookies (includes differentiated exp
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Have a little science fun in December for the Holidays! Use the Scientific Method to conduct 3 experiments: 1st- Observe what happens when you add a candy cane to vinegar 2nd- How does water temperature affect the dissolving rate of a candy cane. 3rd- How does the type of liquid affect the dissolvi
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In this inquiry activity you build a balloon rocket (elf) and time it as it 'flies' across a room. you then challenge students to create an elf using simple materials that will fly in a faster time than yours. This is a fun way to teach Newton's Third Law of Motion, but there are 3 versions of the
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This activity will help your students work through the Scientific Method in a fun and festive way. It will go over solutions and solvents by trying to dissolve a fall favorite, Candy Canes. This set includes: -Posters -6 solvent signs -A direction page -4 observation, recording sheets -A Final obs
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Add some science to your Polar Express Day with these three hands on activities! This product includes a simple science lab booklet with three experiments: • Frozen Hot Chocolate - Will hot chocolate or water freeze first? • Train Race - Which train will go faster and further - the train on ice or
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Three Fun, Inexpensive, Christmas Science Labs that are low prep and tons of FUN! 3 different labs are included with easy to follow directions, lab booklets, and teacher material lists and tips. Each experiment includes an informational reading passage about the science topics covered in the lab. I
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Having my students make Borax Crystal Snowflakes before the holidays is one of my all time favorite winter activities! With a few simple materials and a little preparation, your students will have fun learning science while they make a winter ornament that they will treasure for years to come! I s
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Run run as fast as you can! But the gingerbread man gets into trouble when he comes to a river! Have some fun on the days before winter break and get your students thinking! This is a twist on the boat building density (buoyancy) challenge often done with aluminum foil and pennies. Challenge your
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Looking for something new and different to do with your students around the winter holidays? In this easy activity, students cut out holiday trees and dab on a solution made from a few household chemicals. In as little as a few hours, crystals will start to grow on the trees! Over time, the cryst
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Christmas Hands-on Science Experiments and Activities- Common christmas decorations needed. Includes: Life cycle of a Christmas tree- cut and paste Internet research activity T-chart Venn diagram Vocabulary 5 life functions Science extended response questions Research templates 5 senses Science e
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Here is a simple, easy and fun way to get you through your Science Fair project this year! Teach your students all about how things dissolve in liquids. Easy prep and set up and includes all your headings and papers for your Science Fair board.
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Read the book The Mitten by Jan Brett. Then have the students complete the "Are Mittens Warm?" experiment. All you need for this engaging experiment is thermometers and mittens or gloves. Students will go through the scientific process to answer this question. This lesson could be modified to be com
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What do you do with students when they are already excited for a holiday- DO SCIENCE!!! What a great way to keep them focused on crazy days! This is a simple twist on the common egg drop experiment- Students help Santa get the presents down the chimney in one piece. Lots of scientific inquiry here
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Reign in the crazy on before Christmas vacation by engaging your students in STEM! Students need to create a tool that will pick up a candy cane from a cup of lots of candy canes. They are trying to see how many they can pick up in 30 seconds. Brainstorm what types of tools could do that, but exp
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What do you do with students when they are already excited for a holiday- DO SCIENCE!!! What a great way to keep them focused on crazy days! Be sure to check out all 4 products in this bundle! Save the Gingerbread Man! Holiday Christmas Science Inquiry Experiment Christmas Science Inquiry force exp
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Engage your little scientists while exploring the effect of temperature on marshmallows and candy canes in hot cocoa. Students will practice their science and engineering practices skills by making predictions, planning investigations, making observations, analyzing data, drawing conclusions, and l
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Older grades love to have fun before the holidays too! Use the crazy days before break to have students practice measuring mass, volume and density using holiday candy like candy canes, peppermints, mini chocolate candies, etc... Check out these other density activities! Which bubble gum has more s
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This Engineering Design Challenge is based on the picture book, Olive the Other Reindeer, by Vivian Walsh and J. Otto Seibold. Can your group create the tallest gum drop tree using toothpicks and gum drops? Materials: (per group) One box of toothpicks One bag of gum drops (Christmas ones work well
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Who doesn't love hot cocoa?! Engage your middle school scientists while exploring the effect of temperature (thermal energy) on marshmallows and candy canes in hot cocoa. Students will practice their science and engineering practices skills by making predictions, planning investigations, making obs
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Fun, hands-on and engaging science activities are perfect for the classroom during the time before the holiday vacation. The resources in this bundle are excellent activities for upper elementary and middle school students. A festive 25% discount is given for each of the individual resources in this
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Want to incorporate some Christmas spirit into your Science classroom? In this CHRISTMAS SCIENCE ACTIVITIES AND EXPERIMENTS BUNDLE, you will find 10 fun-filled and engaging CHRISTMAS themed Science lab experiments, activities and demonstrations that can be customized to fit your classroom needs. I h
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This fun twist on a traditional Christmas poem reminds students of science safety rules using the poetic rhythm of the poem "'Twas the NIght Before Christmas." There are two formats of the poem: one-pager, and a half sheet (to conserve copies). Also, there are two versions of the poem based on the
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In this lab activity, the students will be testing 3 different cookies to see how much milk they absorb. This activity comes with student pages that have them follow the scientific method. Students will be predicting, measuring, recording observations/results, drawing conclusions and illustrating! I
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Super fun Christmas lab. This worksheet walks students through the scientific method. The only materials need are glue and scissors. The problem is Santa is worried that he will get stuck in a chimney. The elves have designed an experiment to predict which chimney Santa will get stuck in. Students
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