How Low Can It Go? An Experiment about Density

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4th, 5th, 6th
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This science experiment on density is geared toward 4th-6th grade and is modified for special education students. The students pour three liquids (honey, water, and oil) into a clear jar and record where they settle. Then, they drop three items (penny, grape, cork) into the liquid and record where they stop. There is also some cutting, pasting, and coloring involved. It is a fun, hands-on, user-friendly assignment. My students always love this one. I hope yours do, too! Happy teaching! ~Brenda Chesseri


How Low Can It Go? An Experiment about Density by Brenda Chesseri is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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5
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45 Minutes

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How Low Can It Go?  An Experiment about Density
How Low Can It Go?  An Experiment about Density
How Low Can It Go?  An Experiment about Density
How Low Can It Go?  An Experiment about Density