Students have a BLAST using this Five Senses Popcorn Book while making popcorn and learning about the Five Senses. This engaging classroom experiment is designed for primary grades and special education classrooms, and will get your students excited to explore how they use their five senses! This product comes in both color, and black and white for a low ink printing option. Check out the preview for the color version!
What you need:
To complete Observation Activity:
Air popcorn machine, popcorn kernels or microwave popcorn and microwave (butter and salt optional)
*When I do this classroom observation with my class I use an air popcorn machine (I got mine at target for $19.99 and I love it), but if you do not have one and do not want to purchase one, you can still complete this activity with microwave popcorn.
To complete craftivity Popcorn Shaker:
2 paper plates per student, popcorn kernels, stapler, glue stick
Five Senses Popcorn Observation Activity:
1. Put together the Popcorn Observation Book – cut on the dotted lines and staple the pages together
2. Make POPCORN! - Students can complete the observation book while making the popcorn by circling, coloring, or daubing their answers. Talk about how you use your five senses to learn about popcorn.
*Directions for Popcorn Shaker Craftivity included in packet.
*This product is part of my Five Senses Activities Bundle
Other experiments you might like are:
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Lifecycle of a Snowman
Candy Heart Science Experiment
Build a Water Filter
I hope you enjoy this Five Senses Popcorn Book Experiment! Follow my store for more engaging resources and follow me on instagram @missashleesclass!