What's more fun than making your own ice cream? This simple science experiment and how to writing activity will keep your class engaged and learning while making ice cream in a bag!With this simple science lab students will:• Make observations• Write a hypothesis• Document results• Create diagrams
A fun and delicious culminating activity or STEM challenge for your unit on states of matter! (solids, liquids, and gases)
* Cut & Paste Sequencing Worksheet - students will learn the ingredients and steps for making ice cream in a ziplock bag!
*Review worksheet - students will classi
Make frozen ICE CREAM IN A BAG with only 4 ingredients! (cream/full cream milk, sugar, ice and salt) Forget the freezer and imagine the fun your class will have juggling the ice cream flavor they've invented, in a bag until it freezes!
This "Ice Cream in a Bag" pack contains a range of fun workshee
Wanna cool down with ice cream but turn up the heat with some critical thinking?
Students will create handmade ice cream as a class, then, as they enjoy eating, work on sequence and a follow up sheet with questions about what happened to the ingredients.
Great for matter units or just to enjoy a
The use of this Ice-Cream in a bag experiment will allow students to learn more about heat transfer and states of matter (turning a liquid into a solid).
Students will work through the scientific process in posing an inquiry question, writing a hypothesis, listing any potential variables, following
Ice Cream In a Bag Adapted Recipe Book
This Ice Cream In a Bag Adapted Recipe book teaches students to make ice cream in a bag in a hands on way. In a small group students will make ice cream in a bag as they work through the book.
Students will work on: following directions, following a recipe,
Ice Cream in a Bag is the perfect lab to teach students about changes of state, including endothermic and exothermic changes!
In this Changes of State Lab, students will participate in making either ice cream or slushies to demonstrate the exchange of energy to melt ice and freeze liquids.
This is a small bundle of demonstration and hands-on lab activities for States of Matter and Physical and Chemical Changes. These activities are carried out with common household food ingredients and fun recipes (this one features Ice Cream and Grunt – a cobbler named for the burping noise it somet
This download includes the directions on how to make ice cream in a bag, a brief reading passage about the science behind making ice cream in a bag & a questions review with open ended questions & a states of matter chart.Answer Key IncludedEditable Copy IncludedPlease leave a comment and ra
Your kids are going to LOVE these activities while learning about the states of matter, logic, graphing and more!I screamYou screamWe all screamfor ICE CREAM!Product Includes:* Step-by-Step Directions for Making Ice Cream in a Bag* Making Ice Cream - States of Matter Worksheet* Ice Cream Logic Pu
This activity utilizes the Scientific Method to study changing states of matter. It is designed for third grade and up, but could also be used with younger students with modeling. Students will act as scientists, asking the question "what happens to matter when it freezes?"
Here is a super simple student lab sheet for your little learners to use along with the ice cream in a bag experiment. This lab focuses on changing states of matter.
This product is simple enough that it doesn't detract from the joy of the experiment (or take up much time), yet it effectively chec
Ice Cream in a Bag | Science Experiment | Science Lab | States of Matter LabIce Cream in a Bag is so much FUN and it shows students the difference between a liquid and a solid right in front of them! This also makes for a very tasty treat on a hot summer day.Included in TPT Purchase:MaterialsProcedu
Here is a great recipe to make ice cream in a Ziploc bag with your classroom!!! This activity works great and the students love to enjoy their ice cream when they are finished!
A great extension would be to have the students write about how they made their ice cream or what their ice cream tastes
This classic ice cream in a bag experiment is great to teach your students about the states of matter and phase changes. This product aligns with Next Generation Science Standards for both 2nd grade and 5th grade. Your students will love learning science by making a yummy treat! Use the Google Slide
Have fun cooking in the classroom with this Ice Cream in a Bag Recipe and Sequencing Activity. After completing the recipe with your class, students will create a sequencing booklet of the steps they used to make Ice Cream in a Bag! This resource is differentiated and full of visual support for stud
This bundle includes various activities that are great for the end of the year!Please leave a comment and rating to let me know how these activities worked for you and your students!Follow My Store By Clicking Here to get updates about new products!
This is a great activity that gives you a break from the normal routine, still aligns with the standards and allows you to create something yummy! I used this with my 5th grade class the day before winter break. They loved it! We live in Florida, so ice cream is the closest thing they get to snow! E
Making ice cream in a bag! There are two versions of Ice Cream in a Bag … Eight Serving Version (great for a large group activity) and the Single Serving Version (great for a 2 or 3 students at an activity center using an iPad). This is the single serving version. Please visit http://animatedstepby