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Science gets spectacular as students actively engage in phenomena-based inquiry, observation, model creation, and analysis of phase changes and sublimation. Dry ice is the perfect substance to explore this unique phase change!I love finding the wonder of science concepts in every day activities that
If you want to BLOW YOUR STUDENTS' MINDS with a dry ice demonstration this Halloween (during remote learning or in class) by introducing or reinforcing state changes through sublimation, then this is the activity for you! Easily aligned to NGSS MS-PS1-4 Develop a model that predicts and describes ch
Students will love these dry ice science experiments and investigating sublimation through this inquiry station activity! Students will sharpen their skills of observation as they explore the phenomenon of sublimation. Great for Halloween too! Inside this product, you will find directions for an en
This lab is AWESOME! My students always flip out when they learn that we are doing a lab with dry ice! Not only does this lab allow students to experience dry ice, but they also learn about it and how it applies to phase change. This lab is easily done in one class period with minimal work needing t
During this lab students figure out why the mass of a beaker of water with regular ice doesn't change, while the mass of a beaker of water with dry ice decreases. Supplies needed (per group): triple beam balance or electronic scale, 2 beakers, ice, dry ice. There are sections for students to write h

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My students love the dry ice lab and it's one of the memorable labs of our year. The students perform the experiments and use words like physical change, solid, and gas to explain their observations. In this file, I include three different versions of the dry ice lab/demo and include sentence frame
Grades:
3rd - 11th
This is a middle/high school science lab that revolves around several demonstrations using dry ice. It can be very exciting for students to work with dry ice. This lab provides several "teachable moments." It comes complete with answer key. In addition, I would gladly assist you in finding a dry
This resource is my introductory 3 page phases of matter lab report exploring dry ice and its ability to sublimate. Students are to test dry ice in 3 different ways and record a prediction, multiple observations and conclusion:Experiment 1: What happens to dry ice in warm and cold water?Experiment 2
As a supplement to the usual melting, freezing, boiling phase changes that are often observed in science lab, this activity gives students the opportunity to investigate the unique properties of dry ice and sublimation. The first page is a pre-lab reading which gives some background & safety inf
Grades:
6th - 9th
This product is a basic and straightforward 3 part lab exploring dry ice and sublimation. Students will be able to describe sublimation as a phase change and how the CO2 gas released by sublimation can alter the heaviness of a balloon and the properties of apple cider.Mini PowerPoint includes warm u

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Have fun with your students this Halloween using this Dry Ice Lab. Buy some dry ice for the kids to have fun. This a six station dry ice lab with lab questions for students. Rotate stations every 5 minutes using "Thriller" by Michael Jackson. Vocabulary word used: Sublimation
This product is a basic and straightforward 3 part lab explore dry ice and sublimation. Students will be able to describe sublimation as a phase change and how the CO2 gas released by sublimation can alter the heaviness of a balloon and the properties of apple cider.Part 1: Balloon and Erlenmeyer Fl
This lab is a comprehensive review of the basic chemistry of dry ice and water including their formulas, elements and number of atoms included as well as the concepts of compounds, changes to matter and the Law of Conservation of Matter/Mass. Students make observations to the materials and changes
Want to mix chemicals and make explosions with your class as school and science education were intended? This lab sheet will make planning super simple! Not only will you have a lab that is fun, but a lab sheet to help students follow along and really learn from your experiment. In addition, you wil
Lab Objective: In this lab, you will conduct a series of tests to investigate the physical properties of dry ice, so to identify it change in state.
Grades:
6th - 8th
A perfect lab for Halloween! You'll receive directions and a student worksheet. This is a great way to incorporate physical science and one of the most exciting days of the year!
This lab helps to show students the pressure created when C02 sublimates and other effects.
The Solids, Liquids and Gases Station Lab takes students through eight student-led science stations, each with a different learning style. Students begin with four input activities where they read articles, explore hands-on demos, research online, and watch videos all about solids, liquids and gases
Objective: Students will determine the difference between physical and chemical changes through completing a virtual laboratory. Teacher Note: Google Apps are New to TPT. If you are having issues with the Youtube videos, here are the links that you can reattach to the Google Form. Please let me know
This density unit is designed to teach students about density as part of the physical science standards. Density is so fun to learn about! The resource includes Four hands-on density labs, integrated activities with math/science and ELA/science, Close Reading Activities with nonfiction text articles
Science gets SPOOKY this Halloween as students actively engage in phenomena-based inquiry, observation, model creation, and analysis of phase changes and sublimation. Dry ice is the perfect substance to explore this Halloween with your students! I love finding the wonder of science concepts in every
This fun Halloween-themed lab is perfect for a middle school science or high school freshmen class. I do it every year, and it continues to be a big hit with students! Here's the synopsis: Students enter the classroom to find the substitute teacher, Mr. Breakabeaker (their actual teacher dressed up
Grades:
6th - 9th
Want a fun Halloween Science Day. This lab is best conducted in the dark and is a student favorite. After going over lab expectations and safety, turn off the lights, turn on the black lights and scary music and have fun. Although this lab centers around chemistry you can certainly use it for ANY cl
Grades:
7th - 12th
Crystal Ball Science Lab | Solid, Liquid Gases + States of MatterStudents will observe as their teacher performs a science experiment using specified materials. The science behind the bubbles; The dry ice begins to sublimate when dropped into the water. Sublimation is when a solid (in this experimen
Grades:
4th - 6th

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