You’ll have no trouble getting the attention of your class when they see packages of Oreos on your desk! Oreo science is full of surprises and all the hands-on activities and experiments employ the scientific method. Perfect for middle school and upper elementary students. The activities are all easy to run and easy to set up for. Add a a bundle of hands-on activities to your repertoire that your students will really enjoy and learn a lot from! This package contains all of the resources below.
- Do Double Stuf Oreos really contain double the filling?
- An alternative method to recover the white fillings of cookies intact is described.
- The solubility and buoyancy of Oreos in different solutions
- The Density of Oreos. Activity worksheet included.
- Simple chemical analysis of Oreos
- Average Mass of Oreo Cookies
- How much water (or milk) can an Oreo cookie absorb?
- Can an Oreo cookie survive a vinegar-baking soda reaction?
- The Oreo drop
- How much force to rip apart an Oreo?
- Rolling Oreos and distance
All result tables provided. Also included are two activity worksheets with answer keys, custom graph paper, and document camera-example problems on percent composition. Simply print and use.
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