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Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids

Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Product Description
Here is a fun, easy science experiment that I use to introduce my little ones to the concepts of predicting and experimenting. I set up 10 different solids on a table in my classroom. We discuss the word “dissolving” and we come up with a good working definition. Then I ask my students to predict which solids they think will dissolve in water. We record our predictions (worksheets provided). I then let the children carry out the experiments themselves. Everyone works with a partner and they take turns deciding which solid to test. They add a scoop of the solid to water, stir and record results. It is a very independent experiment- I have a classroom of scientists predicting and experimenting at their own pace. They do not have to follow any order of testing the solids- they choose what they would like to experiment with. They love being scientists!

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3 pages
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