Science & Nature
At Home Science: Rock Candy
Learn all about saturation while making rock candy!
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Completed by 2 learners
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$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 2 weeks
55 minutes per class
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Students will learn about several scientific factors that make rock candy so tasty while trying their hand at making some! This class will be divided into two classes to allow the sugar crystals time to grow. In our first class, we will discuss nucleation sites and how they pertain to sugar crystals. We will discuss crystallization and saturation rates. We will make our sugar syrup together. Students will be guided step by step through this process. The use of a stove top is required. Younger...
A lab report/review worksheet will be uploaded to the classroom before the final day of class. Additional supplies: A saucepan Mixing spoon Sugar glass jars wooden skewers clothes pins (recommended but not required) water food coloring Optional: flavoring (such as almond, lemon, vanilla extract)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Use of a stove top is required. Younger learners may require supervision.
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...