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Take a journey to discover density and buoyancy using eggs and soda. Explore and discover the properties of matter in 3 hands-on explorations. Includes an investigation, exploration activity, and STEM Challenge. This complete unit guides the teacher and the student. Great for Springtime, Easter, or
STEM Project for Middle School—6th, 7th, and 8th grades.Using several beakers, eggs, and some salt, students will explore the concept of density. They will work in their groups to make a non-floating egg float by changing the density of the surrounding liquid!!****This STEM lab comes in an EDITABLE
We love to complete science experiments in our room! So much so, we have dedicated every Thursday as our Mad Science day. Students learn all about the scientific method as they conduct simple science experiments. This experiment is designed for students to complete independently, in pairs, small gro
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PreK - 1st
This engagement activity handout guides students through the classic egg floating lab that explores the concepts of mass and weight, and how they play a role in affecting the density of an object. Students add salt to water until the egg in the water floats. This activity is best used using an inqu
STEM Project for Third, Fourth and Fifth grades.Using several beakers, eggs, and some salt, students will explore the concept of density. They will work in their groups to make a non-floating egg float by changing the density of the surrounding liquid!!For a list of materials, please click here! Thi
Take a journey to discover density and buoyancy using eggs and soda. Explore and discover the properties of matter in 3 hands-on explorations. Includes an investigation, exploration activity, and STEM Challenge. This complete unit guides the teacher and the student. Great for Springtime, Easter,
This collection of experiments correlates well density. Also great around Easter. The Data Sheets go through the scientific method (materials, problem, hypothesis, experiment, data, and conclusion) with graphics. Place eggs in plain water and salt water to sink and float an egg.
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PreK - 4th
In this experiment your students will be able to explore density of matter by learning how to make an egg float. Students will change the density of water during the course of the experiment causing the egg that initially sinks, to float on top of the water. This experiment is set up using STEM Fa
Looking for a fun science experiment for Easter? Look no further! Fill Easter eggs with different objects that will sink or float. Have students make predictions for each object and test them out. This can be done as a whole group, center work of even individual. This product contains 4 different t
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PreK - 2nd
Eggs will float in salt water, but sink in fresh water. This resource provides a lesson on the buoyancy of eggs in these solutions. All the science behind the observations are clearly described and a student result sheet is provided. The lesson also describes an extension where students attempt to m
Pull some Science in this Easter with this fun Easter egg sink or float activity! Students fill different colored Easter eggs with different items and observe whether they sink or float. Using this sheet, your students can make and record their prediction as well as their conclusion.
Discover density and buoyancy in this soda science Egg lab. This lab takes the classic egg float lab up a notch. Bundle and save with both differentiated labs. When soda is integrated it creates a lab with even more higher-order thinking. It also makes it memorable and super fun. We will guide
Thank you for your interest in Science in Action: Make an Egg Float! Suitable for grades K-3. Every teacher wants to provide fun and engaging science investigations that are EASY to prepare, FUN to conduct, and FILLED with standards-based activities. This investigation centers around making an e
A great activity for introducing floating and sinking for younger students, density for older students. It just takes an egg, some table salt, and water. I'll explain how easy it is to set this up in your classroom. You might do it before kiddos arrive and challenge them to figure out why an egg is
How are the densities of regular and diet soda pop different? This hands-on experiment will help students understand that density determines if an object will sink or float. This lab is an excellent introduction to the concept of buoyancy. It can be conducted in 30 minutes. Students will enjoy exp
In this lab, your students will learn density from a hands on experience! Students will be amazed when the egg starts to float the more salt that is added to the water in this cheap, quick to prep lab activity!This product comes with:1. Materials List2. Student lab sheet which includes step by step
This worksheet features three cups for students to draw the results of an experiment as well as spaces for the students to write an explanation for the results in each cup. I used this worksheet as an assessment for an experiment where students added different amounts of salt to fresh water to chang
An easy experiment or class demo about density! Students investigate how to make an egg float, and complete a Google Slides lab report to show their knowledge of density. Perfect for at home learners or for a virtual demo! Minimal materials required (one egg, water, and salt). Includes open-ended re
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5th - 8th
This STEM activity is perfect for all ages.... yes, even Pre-K! Next time you go to Walmart or dollar tree and see the enormous amount of easter eggs, go ahead and grab a pack for this activity. I simply number the eggs 1-5, drop them in some water and boom! This activity is perfect to introduce new
A floating egg science project:Challenge your children to see if they can make an egg float! 
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K - 4th
A carton full of fun activities for your class to complete as a companion to this great book about: being kind, helpful, taking time to yourself, relaxing, and acceptance of those that are different from you. This product includes: WritingMathLanguage Character Ed. *Check the Preview for a snapshot
Looking for some easy Spring STEM Fun?!All you need to do is grab a few plastic eggs (the kind that separates), a handful of common classroom or household items and a container with water! Print this resource on plain (or color paper for some pizzaz!) and get started!Simple, easy and FUN!Great for p
Great introductory science lab to introduce or reinforce the scientific method!Students follow the steps of the scientific method to determine the salinity needed in order for a raw egg to float in water.Reinforces the following concepts:- Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables- Forming a h
This is an "Easter" themed laboratory experiment that introduces the students to chemical and physical changes. The experiments hit the HCPS III Scientific Process benchmarks. Students must create a hypothesis, make observations, as well as make inferences based on their observations. The packet
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3rd - 4th

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