Exploring Liquids

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This is an experiment/ science activity where your students can experiments with liquids!

Gather ingredients: oil, water, food coloring, bubble solution, baking soda, vinegar, eye droppers, several shallow containers (I used disposable cake pans), several small bowls (how ever many different colored liquids you want to use).

Set up several groups to have students work in. Each group should have 4 different shallow containers, then one of the mixtures (start with colored water). Also provide several eye droppers per group.

Talk with students about liquids and what happens when you mix different liquids (ex. Milk and chocolate sauce, water and lemonade, coffee and milk, etc..)

There are 3 different experiments.... mixing oil with: colored water, colored bubble solution, and colored vinegar! After completing each experiment, students observe and then write and draw about what they observed!


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45 Minutes

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Exploring Liquids
Exploring Liquids
Exploring Liquids