Are you ready to rock and roll your way through science next year? This science kit, which includes over 60 different science experiments, hand-outs and themed do-it-yourself poster board kits allows your students to have a fun and interactive time learning science. The poster boards kits are easily utilized as a display board within the classroom.
Each topic is aligned to state standards and is designed for use within a K-8 classroom setting. These experiments can be utilized as a backbone of your science instruction, or can be added to supplement your current science curriculum. Each science “topic” is in a folder, with sub-folders with the different experiments.
Originally designed for a year-round school, these 12 different science topics an easily be utilized within the traditional curriculum. The topics and science experiments included in this kit are:
Gluep and Slime
Solubility Challenge (H vs H)
Nature and Weather
Balloon Gas Expansion
Worms and Dirt
Homemade Lava Lamps
The Nose Knows
The Class Pulley
Will It Lift?
Space and Planets
Create Your Own Space Station
Liquid vs Solid
Milk Carton Water Wheel
*Note the “Edible Eye” is a lab and will not be edible unless you make “Edible
Light and Waves
Roy G Biv
Included are handouts designed especially for younger readers with simple, easy-to-follow directions and separate handouts for parents/teachers, with an explanation, the science standard met (based on the California State Science Standards) and directions for how to complete the lab.
Each set of experiments, as well as, individual experiments can be purchased separately.
For a 40 week school year, there are enough experiments to conduct at least 1 experiment weekly and on most weeks, 2 experiments.
I use these labs in my high school classroom as a refresher for my science students and to scaffold more intricate information.
*Each lab takes approximately 45 minutes, including set-up time*
*The individual labs DO NOT offer the additional materials of the tri-fold display board materials. These are only found in the “group” purchase”