S.T.E.A.M. activities are ALL the new rage in science classrooms! We guarantee your students will think our Ice Cream S.T.E.A.M. project is the COOLEST! This SWEET science experiment is a perfect end of the year activity while addressing standards in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math
This fun, integrated math and science activity is perfect for winter or summer time. Students will learn about the states of matter in this “freezing” lab by creating ice cream. Delicious activity involving measurement in math and states of matter in science.
Divide the class into
NO PREP PRINTABLES! High interest topic! Super interesting & informative informational text passage that explains why & how ice cream is a complex substance (It is a foamy emulsion made possible by freezing-point depression!). Students will summarize central ideas in a fun ice cream cone gra
Are you looking for a fun activity to wrap up your NGSS unit on MATTER? This is the resource for you! Students will review the properties of matter and practice their measuring skills while working cooperatively in a group. This resource includes a tips and suggestions page, directions page, and
Here is an organizer (with and without lines) that allows students to use temporal words to sequence and explain the steps on how to make ice cream in order. In my class, we read informational books on cows, and then we enjoyed making ice cream and eating it too! After, we completed this sequencing
The students will complete a lab to make their own ice cream. The lab has visual pictures accompanying the words and is perfect for special education students. There are post-lab questions, discussing phases of matter. The questions are differentiated (there is a lower level page of questions and
Most kids love to eat ice cream and they will love to make it too! This pack includes a recipe for making ziploc bag ice cream that you can also send home with students so they can recreate the experiment at home, a worksheet with open ended questions for students to answer, and a simple review she
This lab is based off a recipe for making ice cream at home, but all of the component amounts have been converted to units that students need to be familiar with in AP Chemistry. The students have to convert from number of molecules or % mass to cup measurements in order to make the ice cream. The
Everything you need to create an instructional display on how to make ice cream from household ingredients! Great for Science Clubs, or getting kids involved in science at a younger ages.
Goes into the basics of emulsions, and what ice cream is made from, as well as touching on the reasons why salt
I made this worksheet/activity for my class to do on the day we made ice cream in a bag. It covers some Science and Math and some Language Arts.
I kept it a .doc file so you can edit the flavors or anything else. ^_^
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
ICE CREAM SCIENCE is one of my favorite activities to do on days where instruction seems out of the question. You know those days: the last day before fall holiday, standardized testing day, etc. It’s a sneaky way to get science in on a crazy school day.
In this activity, students make delicious i
This lesson covers the freezing temperature of water and how it can be altered to lower the temperature at which water freezes. In doing so, students perform a lab to make their own ice cream. It also allows students to measure using a graduated cylinder and triple beam balance. Measurements are mad
Want your first days of school and science to start with a bang?
The First Days of Science unit gives you 5 ready to go labs that have been classroom tested to bring out lots of excitement in students. Even better...each of these labs only costs a couple of dollars each or less in easy to get
This 75 page ice cream themed unit is packed full of hands-on activities, printables, and fun ideas for your classroom! Activities include:
*Ice Cream graphic organizer printable
*Making Words Activity & Recording Sheet *Scrambled High Frequency Word Matching Activity &
Ice Cream Shop Dramatic Play is a fun theme you can do in your pretend or dramatic play center! A teacher planning web breaks the theme down, week by week and includes a book list. There are labels and pictures showing how to set up your Ice Cream Shop in your dramatic play center. Just print the
Decorate your classroom with this mega kids and ice-cream chevron class décor bundle. The cool soothing colors and cute kids clipart will build classroom community and create a classroom environment that is pleasant and not overly stimulating. This mega bundle comprises of 14 complete individual pr
Ice Cream Treats Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt Common Core
This one page webquest allows students to use their internet search and interpretation skills to learn more about ice cream and Popsicles. There are 10 questions in all. Students will visit at least three different websites to find info
This is a set of images to illustrate the process of making ice cream in a bag. Images include cream, milk, vanilla extract, ice cream, large and small plastic bags, ice, salt, mittens, spoon of sugar, sugar bag, clock (wait 10 mins for ice cream to set), word art sign and images of the same child d
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
Your students are sure to LOVE this lab! Who wouldn't? It includes ICE CREAM! Teach heat energy, phase changes, and energy transformations with this 5-E MODEL ice cream lab activity. Your students will begin with an ENGAGE question, followed by an EXPLORE activity (making ice cream), an EXPLANATION
Looking for a super fun phase change lab on the states of matter? This is it! Every year, my students proclaim this to be their favorite among all of the labs that we do! This lab will help them understand and apply concepts of the states of matter and phase change in a fun and exciting way-while ma
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
As a culminating activity for our states of matter unit, in small groups, students will complete this activity and make ice cream from half and half, sugar, vanilla extract and other various materials. Students should be familiar with the changes between states and how changes in temperature and en
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
Students will identify the differences between mixtures and solutions by making ice cream in a bag. This is a matter science lesson with a hands-on learning activity as well as a writing component that includes making predictions and an after activity follow-up that students can do with a partner.
Looking for the perfect way to engage your students in learning about states of matter? Why not try ice cream floats with this simple - and tasty - science lab!
Root beer floats include all three states of matter - liquid soda, gas bubbles and solid ice cream.
This product includes:
→ a simple tw
This KITCHEN SCIENCE BUNDLE contains 3 of our popular ‘fun and facts’ style booklet packs all bundled together to provide some great savings! Purchased individually the booklets would cost you $13.00 – the bundle price saves you $3.00.
You can find more information on the individual booklets co
I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream...topped with STEM and PLAY!
STEM + PLAY was created to meet the needs of today’s busy classrooms as you balance developmentally appropriate activities with the demands of rigorous standards. The PLAY aspect allows you to set up a dramatic play area
Are you ready for Summer? This unit, From Cow to Cone~Ice Cream Fun, will help you do just that! Full of yummy goodies, like experiments and centers, your students will just love studying about this favorite treat.
Included in this 89-page unit are the following goodies:
Tired of doing the same ol' phase change lab where you melt ice and boil it on a hot plate? Sick of worrying about kids burning themselves on the hot plate? This lab is for you! It teaches students the opposite effect- taking water and turning it into ice. Students will use rock salt to turn liquid
Yummy Science here! I am so excited to bring to you my Ice Cream Float Science. It is a combination of matter and just plain fun. Your students will experiment with different liquids and ice cream scoops to see how much fizz is produced. They will also determine the best way to make an ice cream
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!
With this simple science lab students will:
• Make observations
• Write a hypothesis
• Document results
• Create diagrams to explain results
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Celebrate the end of the year with 50 unique certificates and ice cream party printables for an ice cream party if you'd like to have one.
My class LOVED these awards and party!
What you will get in this product:
-50 awards in full color
-the same 50 awards in “less color” (see the last thumb
This was such fun to create, as I'm sure it will be just as fun for your students to be engaged with! Ice Cream Fun ~ Ultimate Bundle of Science, Poetry, Centers, Math and Literacy is just as the name suggests...A bundle of yummy goodness and fun (and oh, yeah, it's academic too!)
This is a bundle
Sweeten up your math program by heading to the Ice Cream Parlor! This fun and effective unit teaches the basics of addition and subtraction through the use of real-life restaurant situations.
Students will have a great time as they use the colorful fold-out menu (included) to figure costs when spe
Learn all about ice cream: fun facts, history, the science behind the making of ice cream, and and easy ways to make your own ice cream without an ice cream maker. Also included are activities and links to great sites featuring ice cream. 51 pages
A set of 12 short answer, multi-layered comprehension questions, 6 project challenges, and multiple project sheets to go with the book, "Ice Cream: The Full Scoop", by Gail Gibbons:
Ice Cream Can, Has, Is.. Chart
Fiction or Non-Fiction Prompt
Label the Cow's Anatomy
Ice Cream Unit, Ice Cream Packet, Ice Cream Investigations, States of Matter:
Students will explore states of matter and gain early reading skills will enjoying some delicious ice cream! This is great for the end of the year!
Here's what's included in this packet:
pp 2-6: Sight Word Coloring
This is a great packet to accompany an ice cream science project or just using an ice cream themed unit!
Take a look inside!
-KWL Ice Cream
-3-2-1 Ice Cream
-Ice Cream Web
-Ice Cream looks, smells, tastes, feels like
-Ice Cream has, is, can
-Graph: What is your favorite type of ice cream? Includes
Teach your Kinder or First graders about the scientific method and states of matter using this Ice Cream Experiment. Students will explore states of matter by mixing ingredients and turning liquids into a solid by making ice cream. Students will be able to experience the scientific method first hand
I have done this lab for 17 years now and it is the most memorable lab that I do. I have former students that are now adults that remember this lab. I don’t buy any of the ingredients, we discuss it days before and the students get in groups to decide who brings in what ingredients. On the day of th
I See Ice Cream
Preschool / Day Care Friendly Themed Unit
Favorite Treats Book
Flavors / Colors Matching Book
Fruity Ice Cream Snack Rebus
Additional non-themed items include
Social Science suggestion
Having an SOS day? Lifesavers are the perfect solution for days when you are too sick to plan for a sub; you have to sub without lessons; are greeted with an emergency or you are out of time. These NO PREP printables are perfect daily lessons that will surely SAVE THE DAY!
This pack is suitable for
Teach a couple of freezing point depression problems then follow with application in the lab! Students are surprised to see the temperature drop while the ice melts. A great teachable moment on colligative properties. PDF/Word
• Measure temperature
• Determine van’t Hoff factor “I” value