Here you will find a video showing you, the teacher, how to perform the stated demonstration. In this mp4 video, I will first tell you what materials you need, then I will show the demonstration itself, then I will talk about the science behind it. After watching the video you will be able to perform this demonstration for your students. This is a great way to get kids excited about science and show them how much fun learning can be!
As with any demonstration, it is always important to first perform the demonstration yourself. If you have any questions at all regarding the demonstration or the science behind it, feel free to contact me and I'll reply within 24 hours (usually much sooner than this). I love doing demonstration and I love seeing the excitement in my students when doing these demonstrations. That's why I'm excited about making these videos. More students will get to see “science in action”!
I really hope that you and your students enjoy these demonstrations. Feel free to show other teachers how to perform this demonstration and please be sure to rate this product on tpt!
NOTE: This product is a video only! I have other products called activity challenges that include a video, rubrics, student instructions, teacher instructions, material lists, etc. But this product is a video demonstration only!