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Learners are given mysterious white powders and have to determine their identity with chemical tests.
In this chemistry activity, learners are asked to form a hypothesis about the behavior of milk as household detergents act upon it.
In this activity on page 15 of the PDF, learners measure the amount of bubbles that they make using a detergent.
In this activity learners explore surface tension. Why are certain objects able to float on the surface of water and how do detergents break the surface tension of water?
In this activity, learners cut wells in JELL-O© and load the wells with different detergent solutions.
In this simple activity (on page 7 of the PDF), learners use water and liquid dish detergent to see which one removes lipstick better from an index card.
Learners explore how the attractive forces between water molecules create surface tension and allow certain objects to float on the surface of water.
Over the course of several days, learners explore the property of water that helps plants move water from roots to leaves or gives paper towels the capacity to soak up water.
In this chemistry activity (page 5 of the PDF), learners will use milk and a few other basic ingredients to create a chemical change to make a color wheel.