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This unit includes fall science common core based Informational texts to prepare students for the high-interest experiments, interactive notebook, and leaf observation journal. Students will be fascinated with why leaves change color in the fall during the close reading, vocabulary, 2 science experi
Great stand alone experiment with easy to find materials for distance learning. You will need red, yellow, blue food coloring, paper towels, and cups.This experiment is so amazing and easy to do. This color blending science activity seems almost magical as water "walks" between cups of red, yellow,
This unit is so colorful and fun! It is easily differentiated and includes color photos of each experiment. We start off the unit learning about the color wheel, primary colors, and secondary colors. By the end of the unit your students will become color experts and have a BLAST doing it! Check out

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Do you know why leaves change color? Completing this experiment will help you discover why! The file contains complete step-by-step directions and pictures on how to complete a leaf chromatography experiment. The materials needed to do the experiment are readily available: leaves, rubbing alcohol
Grades:
2nd - 6th
In this resource, there are materials and resources to explore and study how the amount of sunlight in different seasons impact how and if leaves change color. Students explore the question – Why do leaves change color? after hands-on opportunities for exploring and observations.Step-by-step teacher
You know celery absorbs water stained with food coloring, but does adding salt to the water have any effect on the outcome? Students explore this question with this simple experiment that focuses on experimental design and quantitative and qualitative observation. Included is a two-page lab sheet
Grades:
3rd - 6th
Science experiments clip art set contains 20 image files, which includes 10 color images and 10 black and white images in png. The set includes: Boy doing science experiment Boy holding model wind turbine in class Boy making science experiment Children collaborate on science experiment Experime
I use this experiment while reading the Mixed Up Chameleon by Eric Carle in the ®Harcourt Reading Series. This is a super fun experiment where students can mix some standard ingredients and see color changes. I have included a teacher tip guide to help you with the experiment. For personal class
Kool-aid and water mix together to make a yummy color investigation! Use the scientific method while you mix colored ice cubes in water to investigate how colors mix and change! This product includes two versions of the lab booklet: two sided or a side by side half sheet booklet. Just freeze so
Try this GREAT activity in the Autumn! (2 different levels of this activity are included) Students mash green leaves and soak them in rubbing alcohol. They place a coffe filter in the mixture and watch as the colors separate! I like to do this with several different types of trees inteh autumn (
These experiments are great for a color unit, St. patty's day, or just any time. Learn that water can travel up paper towels and move colors around. Works through the scientific method steps: materials, problem, hypothesis, experiment, data, and conclusion Two data sheets with pictures included:
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
This is a recording page for your smallest scientists! As you conduct the science experiment of placing white carnations into colored water, use this page to help guide your scientists. Make predictions, observe, and record the findings. Large recording space is great for drawing pictures OR writi
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PreK - 2nd
Practice using the scientific method with these two engaging candy experiments! Soak licorice in different liquids for surprising results! Then, see what happens when you put two different colors of licorice in the same cup! Unlike other candy, licorice will not dissolve when soaked in the soluti
Playing with color is fun and kids are fascinated to see how different colors add to produce unexpected results. Two different labs dig into these questions. What are the three primary colors of light and why are they different from the three primary colors of pigment? How have we been teaching this
After seeing a basic recipe for dyeing eggs, students will identify all of the possible variables that could affect how the egg is colored. In groups, they will select one variable to investigate in a controlled experiment. This lesson assumes that students have had experience throughout the year in
Teach the Scientific Method with this experiment! Students will answer the testable question: "How does the type of liquid affect the speed of food coloring mixing with that liquid?" by observing milk, water, and apple juice mix with one drop of food coloring!This product includes:•Slides for Testab
Once you have established your classroom STEAM Expectations, it's time to introduce STEAM Experiments! Each STEAM experiment is connected to a real world problem. In this experiment, students explore how dish soap affects the molecules in water and milk. Included in this listing: -Teacher Directio
Great experiment to use when learning about the functions of roots
Grades:
K - 4th
Google slides presentation for distance and in-person learning. Voice over slides for step by step instruction.Videos include:Teacher demo of art project Video book reading "An Eye For Color The Story of Josef Albers" and "Squares and Other Shapes with Josef Albers"You Tube video: Art Talks: Can You
Grades:
2nd - 7th
Here's a fun way to explore the water cycle with your students!In this pack you get:4 easy experiments, one each for evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collectionteacher guide"lab reports" for studentsa 4 page water cycle booklet - students read, fill in the blank, and draw/color.large cl
Grades:
1st - 2nd
Scrambling for engaging activities for your elementary art students during digital learning? This Google Slides presentation will provide all the instruction needed for students to conduct 3 color experiments at home using common household and kitchen items.The presentation includes:2 tested homemad
Grades:
PreK - 5th
Carnation Color Changing Experiment that will encourage your children to learn through play with fun hands-on activities.Science skills covered are scientific inquiry, use of scientific method, and knowledge how water travels through plants. This product works great for centers, small groups, and ci
11 science experiments to color. Each one looks like it might be going wrong and about to explode!4 differentiated writing papers for the children to write about the mad scientist and his crazy experiments.If you enjoy this resource please tell your friends and colleagues about us.Where To Find Us?O
Grades:
3rd - 6th
This is a two-sided worksheet. There are 4 different teams. Each team has it's own food color ratio. This will add a variety of colors to the experiment. Printing Note: There are 4 different front sides and 1 backside.

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