This lab is one that my students particularly enjoy as they get to see how bleach creates a chemical reaction with various ordinary household items. The materials required are simple: you will need "fresh" Clorox Bleach (the generic simply doesn't work as well), some colorful fabric (I cut up an old cotton shirt), a couple samples of leaves and grass, some food coloring, iodine, and black construction paper. HOWEVER, you can change the materials required to Anything that you would like your students to investigate! You will also need six test tubes and an eye-dropper or pipette. This is a Great and fun way to learn about what bleach actually does during the reaction process, which materials it affects, and which it makes minimal changes to.
The designed PDF can be enjoyed they way it is, but a more straight forward editable word doc is included as well.
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