This resource can be linked with my other product (Comprehension Strategies Worksheet). This was based on a short film that is available to the public for free. A link to this video has also been provided in this document.
The 2-page document is an experiment worksheet that students can use individually or in groups. It can be edited to suit different needs.
The worksheet requires that students make a hypothesis, prediction, and record their observations.
The activity requires students to make an oobleck as part of their experiment. Although I have not created the recipe to make this, I have included a step-by-step guide on how to make it based on how I have made it in the past.
Please read the Teacher Notes before beginning the lesson, as I have included suggestions on how the lesson can be delivered, as well as sample questions you can ask during the lesson to promote critical thinking.
This resource is based on ACARA outcomes.