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Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)

Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
Ice Cream in a Baggie (Chemistry)
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Ice Cream in a Baggie by Bryce Hixson

This is a slam-dunk, four-star, tell-Mom-about-it-the-minute-you-hit-the-back-door lab activity. The kids combine three liquids and two solids in a bag. The contents are then mangled, agitated, cooled, and eventually frozen into a friendly pile of homemade ice cream. Great for teaching solids, liquids, and gasses.
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6 pages
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45 minutes
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