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Traveling Through Different LiquidsAdd to list Details
Learners observe and record what happens when they manipulate bottles containing a liquid (water or corn syrup) and one or more objects (screw, nail, paper clip).
Exploring How Liquids BehaveAdd to list Details
Learners apply their knowledge from a previous study to identify different liquids--water, corn syrup, and vegetable oil.
Exploring LiquidsAdd to list Details
Young learners investigate and observe the properties of three liquids -- water, vegetable oil, and corn syrup. They use their senses to collect data and ask and answer questions.
In this activity, learners mix milk, vinegar, baking soda, and water to create sticky glue. Use this activity to explain how engineers develop and evaluate new materials and products.
In this outdoor activity, learners investigate spider webs and feeding behavior, particularly how spiders trap food in their sticky silk webs while not getting stuck themselves.
This is an activity (located on page 3 of PDF under Gecko Feet Activity) about modeling a nanoscale phenomenon (gravity-defying gecko feet) with macroscale objects (shoes).
Using Color to See How Liquids Combine
Learners add different liquids (water, salt water, alcohol, and detergent solution) to water and observe the different ways the different liquids combine with water.
Clean Me Up, Snotty
Learners will explore the chemistry of mucous and its importance to our health by following a process to make their own replica "snot." The activity includes a time and age recommendation, a materials