Teaching electricity becomes exciting and suspenseful when you go about it with this engaging scientific demonstration using pickles! Your class will see how a pickle can be turned into a conductor of electricity, as well as a conductor for sound energy.
Jumping Goop! An Awesome Static Electricity Demonstration with Cornstarch
Also known as "elephant toothpaste," this demonstration is popular in EVERY science classroom! Students watch as a bottle of harmless-looking liquid begins to bubble and overflow out of control with a simple catalyst.This demonstration is part of "Halloween Chemistry: 6 OOZING, BUBBLING, FIERY Science Demonstrations"Originally designed as a high school demonstration, this is safe and easy enough to be used in middle school, or even elementary school.
Use a 9 volt battery to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. Add a bit of magnesium sulfate (Epson salt) to the water and then drop the battery in. Science 9 - electrolysis, matter and chemical change
Make liquid glass or at least crystal clear slime with he kids. Our Elmer’s clear glue slime recipe is amazingly easy, and it’s the perfect chemistry and science demonstration the kids love. We stumbled upon a fun little fact to get our slime to look as c
Complete unit on animal adaptation, including lesson plans for hibernation, camouflage, migration, storing food, and other forms of winter adaptation. Centers, reading passages, math activities, science demonstrations, writing centers, crafts, mini-books, and more! Perfect for kindergarten, first grade and second grade. #animalsinwinter #animaladaptation #firstgrade
Whale Blubber Experiment Many animals live their lives in extreme weather conditions. Blue whales, for example, migrate between warm breeding waters and cold feeding waters near Antarctica and in the Arctic. How do whales and other animals stay warm in ve