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Winter Science

Winter Science
Winter Science
Winter Science
Winter Science
Winter Science
Winter Science
Winter Science
Winter Science
Product Description
Winter fun has only begun with these 10 winter themed science activities! Plus, 2 bonus lessons for some holiday fun! Each activity includes a list of materials, procedures, an explanation of what happens during the experiment, and questions to consider. Plus, a list of fun literature to go along with your experiments. You will also find a Winter Science Journal for your students with a cover to record all their predictions, observations, conclusions, and questions.

Experiments Included:

1. Winter Wonderland- Winter weather is on its way as students discover how a snow storm occurs while creating their own in a jar.
2. Snowball Fun- Never seen real snow? No problem! Let’s learn how snow is formed and make our own snow with baking soda and shaving cream!
3. The Mitten Experiment- Let’s bundle up as we question how mittens keep us warm in the winter? Is the mitten warm or is it something else?
4. You Make Me Melt- Nothing lasts forever as students discover the fastest method to melt ice.
5. Blubber, Blubber- Staying warm in the winter comes to the classroom as students discover how artic animals stay warm in their cold climate.
6. You Melt My Heart- Students will discover the effect that different liquids such as water, soda, and vinegar have on sweet candy hearts.
7. Will it Freeze?- Students will test different liquids to see what happens when and if they freeze.
8. Chocoholic- Get your sweet tooth ready to test the melting time of chocolate in your mouth!
9. Moon Munch- Learning about the 8 phases of the moon never tasted so good as students use Oreos to demonstrate each one.
10. Winter Bubbles- Blowing bubbles isn’t just for summer fun. Discover how blowing bubbles in the winter leads to a “frozen” good time!

Bonus* Christmas Cookies- Holiday baking is upon us. Find out how substituting baking soda or baking powder can make or break your dessert fun.
Bonus* Disappearing Acts- What do you call a candy cane with no stripes? Let’s find out how it happens and see for yourself!

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