Why isn’t Dry Ice Wet? And Other Frostbite Favorites
8 Science Experiments using Dry Ice (CO2) in your classroom.
I’ve used dry ice in my classroom for many years. It never fails to amaze my students. It is a great tool for teaching the concepts of pressure, density, evaporation, sublimation, condensation, precipitation and temperature. I also teach the ways that dry ice is used in our society. This guide will give you step by step
instructions to eight experiments with photos and a teacher guide to help you along the way.
Eight experiments are included in this download:
#1 Drippy or Dry?
#2 This IS Rocket Science
#3 To Float or Not to Float
#4 Lake Carbon Dioxide
#5 Float Your Boat (or Bubble!)
#6 A Bubble in the Hand is Worth Two in the Air
#7 The Bubble that Conquered the World
#8 Carbonated Ice Cream
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