A simple science experiment about Heat that introduces scientific investigation procedures and uses common, everyday objects to help your students investigate the properties of heat.
Can you heat things up with a chemical reaction? This experiment will show you how to use just normal household vinegar to make steel wool hot! An exothermic reaction that is sure to delight your students.
This experiment is differentiated
with activities to keep your fast finishers busy, and comes with full Teacher's Notes
that explain both the experiment and the science behind it so you will feel confident to help your students explore this topic and they will love doing it!
The Investigation Record your students can use to record their experiment and their learning is available to download for free here:
This experiment and 4 others that compliment it are available in a bundle at a discounted rate at my TPT store: Science Experiments Bundle - Heat