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Kimberly Scott Science
Properties Of Matter Worksheets and Activities
Discover the properties of matter by learning about Non-Newtonian Fluids. This is a full, easy prep lesson plan that includes a reading passage with anchor charts, summary strategies, and assessment questions. Use the included oobleck recipe for more fun! Kids will be engaged while learning science vocabulary.
Candy Dissolving Activity For Kids
A fun and engaging science experiment with Gobstoppers, gumballs, Skittles, or other colorful candies. Use heart shaped candies for Valentine science. Students investigate dissolving and diffusion of food coloring. Worksheets and teacher guide included. This is an easy prep activity that is lots of fun.
Sink and Float Activity Worksheets For Kids
Gather some eggs, soda pop, and sugar and discover sinking and floating. All worksheets and teacher lesson plans included. The egg float test is a classic experiment for learning about buoyancy. It is great for the classroom, science camps, and science fairs.
Making Butter Kids Activity
Get some cream and let's make butter. With a few simple supplies you can churn butter in 10 mintues or less. Kids enjoy this activity. It is perfect for a health or science lesson. Churn butter for a history lesson during the Thanksgiving season. You will find a great recipe with links to what it teaches and lesson plans for teachers.
Valentine Erosion Science Experiment for Kids
Engage students in a fun hands-on experiment using candy hearts. Discover weathering and erosion with an easy prep activity that you can complete in 30 minutes. A complete teacher guide and student reading comprehension pages included. This makes a great Valentine's themed lab.
Egg Float Density Experiment For Kids
Discover density by making an egg float. This experiment uses easy supplies. A little water, salt, an egg, and a tall glass is all you need. Then learn how to expand the lesson with some soda pop science. Discover the difference between diet and regular soda pop. Follow the scientific method and then complete a STEM challenge in the extra activity link.
Food Science Experiments for Kids
Kids will have lots of fun using food in their science experiments. These are science ideas great for the classroom and at home. Learn the science of baking and making butter. Discover sinking and floating with eggs. There are links to complete lesson plans to help teachers in the classroom.
Weathering and Erosion Valentine's Day Experiment for Kids
Get out those candy hearts and start investigating. This fun hands-on lab introduces students to erosion and weathing in a fun engaging way. Kids will have a great time using candy hearts for a Valentine themed science experiment. Teacher guide and reading passages included.
Easter Science Experiment for Kids
How much salt is needed to make an egg float? This fun science project is great for Easter and the classroom. Learn the science of density and then take it a step further by using soda pop. A link to a STEM challenge is included.
Food Science Activities For Kids
Use food to teach science concepts. Baking and cooking are all science related. The supplies are easy to find which makes it great for the classroom and at home science. Food science experiments make great science fair projects. Get some great ideas and links to complete science lesson plans for teachers.
Butter Science and STEM Fair Project
Integrate butter into your matter unit to learn about solids and liquids with 4th and 5th graders. This unit will guide the teacher and students step by step to discover which cream makes the thickest butter. The DIY recipe is easy to follow and gives quick results. Reading comprehension pages is included. Students will expand to learn that milk is an emulsion.
Making Butter With Kids
Discover the science of butter with a hands on experiment. Kids love making butter. It is a great way to learn about the properties of matter. Many teachers add it to their Thanksgiving activities. Find complete steps and lesson plans.
Butter Science: Experiment Butter Churning With K-1st Grade
Making butter is simple and fun. Teach children the science of butter making. Through hands-on discover students will explore which type of cream makes the thickest butter. Experiment and STEM Challenge Included. This lab is perfect for kindergarten and first grade science.
Valentine's Day Science and STEM Activities
Engage kids in these fun hands on Valentine's Day activities. They are perfect for the classroom, scout group, club, and party. Find links to all directions. Some even contain complete lesson plans for the teacher. Stuents can create a love potion, dance candy hearts, create crystals, explore their heart rate, and more.
Valentine's Day Activities for Kids
Explore the world around you with a Valentine's theme. These hands-on science and STEM activities use candy and other easy to find supplies. They are perfect for the classroom, party, science club, and scout group. Kids will discover density, heartrate, circuits, towers, and more. You will find links to complete lesson plans.
Evidence Of A Chemical Change Lab: Introduce Acids And Bases
Teachers will find this hands-on lab useful for their states of matter unit. This activity is geared for upper elementary or middle level. The lab is designed to be completed in 30 minutes. Students will learn about acids and bases using vinegar and baking soda. They will identify evidence of a chemical change. Simple supplies and worksheets with follow-up included.
Butter Science: Experiment Butter Churning With K-1st Grade
Engage in a fun lab to teach kids how to make butter. This simple butter recipe explores which type of cream makes the thickest butter. It is a perfect science fair project for kindergarten and first grade. Also includes a STEM project. This complete hands-on science unit is greaat for the science classroom.
DIY Butter Recipe for the Classroomm
Make butter in the classroom for a fun and engaging lesson on the properties of matter. Also makes a fun activity for Thanksgiving science. Students will discover the properties of milk, cream, and butter. Expand to learn about emulsions. Great for any grade level. Find complete directions in the blog post.
Butter Recipe For The Classroom
This is a fun and easy recipe for making butter in the classroom. Students enjoy learning the history and science of butter. It makes a great Thanksgiving science activity. Butter is a great way to learn about the properties of solids and liquids.
Valentine's Day Science and STEM Activities for Kids
These 10 engaging Valentine's Day science and STEM activities are so much fun. Build a candy tower or bridge. Dance candy hearts in soda pops. Find links to directions for all activities. Perfect for any age. Use the activities for a Valentine's classroom party or science lab. Create heart crystals, Valentine Circuits and more.
Dancing Candy Hearts Valentine Science For Kids
Discover buoyancy and density using candy hearts. This fun and engaging science lab is perfect for Valentine's day. Kids of all ages can enjoy counting the hearts going up and down. It will also teach students a little soda pop science. It even expands into teaching how lifejackets work. Easy to set-up and perfect for the classroom party, lesson, and science fair project.