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In this activity, learners of all ages can enjoy experimenting with ice. Try this experiment at the kitchen table or in the great outdoors to encourage budding scientists to experiment with ice.
Why Doesn’t the Ocean Freeze?
In this activity, learners explore how salt water freezes in comparison to fresh water.
Scream for Ice Cream
Don't scream for ice cream -- make it with milk, sugar, flavoring and some 'salt-water' ice. Discover the chemistry of ice cream by creating your own.
Supercooled Water Drops
In this activity, learners touch supercooled water drops with an ice crystal and trigger the water drops to freeze instantly.
In this "Sid the Science Kid" activity from Episode 108: My Ice Pops, learners observe reversible change while thinking about ways to make ice melt.
From Gas to Liquid to Solid
What causes frost to form on the outside of a cold container? In this activity, learners discover that liquid water can change states and freeze to become ice.
We all Scream for Ice Cream
In this activity, learners observe how salinity affects the freezing point of water by making and enjoying ice cream.
Use Clues to Solve an Ice Mystery
Learners explore the variables that affect the properties of ice and the places where different types of ice are found.