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Make a Fire Snake from Sugar and Baking Soda
A fire snake also referred to as a black snake or sugar snake is a classic science experiment you can do right in your own kitchen using a baking soda and sugar mixture and fuel to ignite the reaction. be careful with the flame. #firesnake #blackfiresnake #sugar #bakingsodaexperiment
Smoking Bubbles Dry Ice Experiment * ages 4+ ⋆ Raising Dragons
This simple science experiment uses dry ice, water and soap to make amazing smoke bubbles! It takes only a couple minutes to set up and will have kids and adults amazed! #scienceexperiments #kindergarten #stem
How to Make a Solar Oven • Mamaguru
Here is a great science craft to teach kids about alternative energy: a solar oven! Harnessing the power of the sun is cool and teaches us about caring for our environment and using renewable resources. Best of all, kids can make a snack they love, nachos, using the solar oven they made using this DIY. The directions are remarkably easy and you might already own all of the materials needed. It's a wonderful summer activity to do with your own kids, or in a community or classroom setting.
Physical Changes and Chemical Changes Unit
Want to engage your students and really get them thinking? This physical science experiment will definitely do just that! Students melt stryofoam cups and determine if it is a physical change or a chemical change! Your students will LOVE this science activity!