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Learners place multiple M&M's in a plate of water to watch what happens as the candies dissolve.
In this activity, explore chromatography and the various colors that make up the ink in markers. Use this activity to investigate cohesion and adhesion.
In this activity about water's cohesive and adhesive properties and why water molecules are attracted to each other, learners test if objects repel or absorb water.
In this activity, learners explore the forces at work in water. Learners experiment to find out what happens to pepper in water when they touch it with bar soap and liquid detergent.
In this activity on page 15 of the PDF, discover how materials and physical forces behave differently at the nanoscale.
In this activity, learners see how many coins they can add to a full glass of water before the water overflows.
In this introductory activity, learners discover that sugar and food coloring dissolve in water but neither dissolves in oil.
In this activity, learners apply a dissolving test to known crystals to identify the unknown. Since the unknown is chemically the same as one of the known crystals, it should dissolve similarly.
This experiment describes how to create a "dribble bottle" which only leaks water when the cap is unscrewed. The full water bottle has a small hole made with a push pin.