Science & Nature
At Home Science: Make Your Own Lava Lamp
Get hands on with science by making your own fun and simple lava lamp.
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Students will learn about density and polarity. As students work to complete their project, the basics of density will be explained. A short video will be used to advance the students understanding of the concept. Then we will take a close look at polarity. We will be briefly discuss how polarity affects the different fields of science. Then we will examine how polarity is acting in our experiment. For our lava lamps, we will need: an empty soda bottle water oil food coloring alka seltzer We...
Students will be able to define polarity and density and understand how it applies to our experiment.
an empty soda bottle ( an empty bottle will work but bottles that are odd shapes are more fun for this experiment) water oil food coloring alka seltzer tablet
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Bethany DaleyMaking learning fun!
215 total reviews
150 completed classes
Hello! I enjoy teaching literature classes that make learning the greats fun and interesting. I love teaching Shakespeare and creative writing. I also enjoy home-based science classes. I have been in education for years. I began teaching early...