What Melts in the Sun? | Summer Science Experiment for Special Ed

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See what you can melt in the sun with this FUN Summer Science Experiment! Students will love observing what objects can melt in the heat! All you need are a few classroom items and a hot sunny day! This science experiment follows the scientific method, and allows students to make a prediction, and collect data using a pre-made observation sheet. This Summer Science Experiment is designed for primary and special education classrooms, and is full of engaging picture supports to aide with differentiation in the classroom. Students follow the 5 step process of the scientific method, observe, collect data, and discuss what they learned. Have fun exploring MELTING POINTS with this fun experiment!

Before you purchase *** This experiment is part of my GROWING BUNDLE!!!!!!!! *** If you have purchased the BUNDLE, you already own this resource!

Science Experiment BUNDLE

What you need:

  • A Hot Sunny Day (about 90 or above)
  • Ice Cube
  • Piece of Chocolate
  • Lego or Counting Cube
  • Eraser
  • Crayon
  • Muffin Tray or could also use an ice cube tray

***About 5 hours for the experiment to complete***

***Teacher Notes are included about how I conducted this experiment***

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Lifecycle of a Snowman Classroom Observation

What Makes Ice Melt Faster?

Five Senses Observation Activity - Popcorn Book

Candy Heart Science Experiment

Walking Rainbow

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Lifecycle of a Butterfly Observation Activity

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I hope you enjoy this Summer Science Experiment! Follow my store for more picture supported and differentiated resources! All new resources are 20% off the first 2 days!

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10 pages
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