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- No Bake Banana Bread BallsThis was the most unique unit I have EVER taught and I'm so happy I broke out of my comfort zone to do it, because it was super fun. Edible science! Science in the kitchen! No Bake Cooking for Kids!Science: Let's talk about how heavy cream becomes butter, how yeast makes br$10.80$12.00Save $1.20
Looking for a way to teach a super important life skill? How about home science experiments? What better kitchen science experiment to do none other then, cooking! Why not blend it was NGSS: Matter and its Interactions by cooking with yeast! Cooking with yeast is a fun way for students to learn about chemical reactions in our food. Cooking with yeast can be done virtually (as I have been doing) and in the classroom. You can scale it down to only activate the yeast or go ahead and bake the bread.
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I hope you enjoy this and happy teaching!
I hope you like it! If you are in search of more STEM/Virtual activities check these out:
- Preschool STEM: Loose Parts (Virtual & Classroom)
- NGSS Engineering Design: Rube Goldberg Machines (Motion & Stability)
- NGSS Forces & Interactions: Push and Pull Virtual Activities
And as always! Do check out my blog for lots of tips and tricks!