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How to Make Bouncy Balls
Share on Pinterest Share Share on Facebook Share Send email Mail Looking for a fun and simple science activity that’s sure to entertain the kids?! In this quick, five minute experiment, little chemists mix up their own homemade bouncy balls. The science activity is a hands-down favorite for kids. Getting Ready To prep for this activity, I gathered: 1 tablespoon of borax (found in the laundry section
The Literacy Effect
Once students enter the room each day, the timer begins. The timer stops once lunch count/attendance is taken on the Smartboard, everybody's materials are out on their desk with their binder underneath the desk, and everyone is seated. Sixth grade students love competing to beat their previous time. The best part? I don't have to say a word. My students encourage everyone to follow expectations and get ready to go as fast as they can.
Kinetic Theory BUNDLE: States of Matter
Kinetic theory, Fluids, Pascal, Archimedes, Bernoulli, Heating Curve, A great physical science bundled product! With 4 labs, Scientist information sheets, a graphic organizer, class activities, PPT with 5 pages of fill in the blank student notes, drawing activities, handouts, a foldable and homework
Candy Cane - Candy or Scientific Tool?
Physical & chemical changes s'mores lab 5th 6th 7th 8th elementary middle school
FUN SUMMER THEMED LAB! Keep science fresh in your kiddos minds with this s'mores lab! A fantastic hands on way to teach physical and chemical changes. Works well as a review activity for standardized tests, or a fun way to reteach important concepts! Click for more details.