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Welcome to Edible Science! In this class students will learn Science while creating edible visuals! This will be an interactive class where the student interacts with their peers and teacher discussing their knowledge of the topic of the day. We will discuss like true scientists through observing, discussing and asking questions, and recording our investigations. No prior experience is needed. Week 1: (April 14) Identifying and Comparing Materials Week 2: (April 21) Life cycles Week 3:...
Students will: Identify Solar System and Planets Identifying and Comparing Materials Construct Life cycles diagram Classify and Identify States of Matter Identify Changing States of Matter Identifying Plant Parts Observe and Identify Ecosystems Classify and Identify Rocks and Minerals Identify and Compare Fossils Describe Weather Classify Earth Events (earthquakes) Classify Earth Events (volcanoes) Classify Earth Events (erosion)
I have been a teacher of science for 5 years.
Week 1: Food items that are diverse - bring 5 or more food items to class (examples: gummies, graham cracker, cookie, marshmallow, and chips) Week 2: handful of marshmallows, 3-4 gummy worms, 3-4 tootsie rolls, mandarin orange, 10-15 green grapes, 6 raisins, 2 spinach leaves Week 3: Large Black construction paper, small (not snack size) bag of skittles, 2 peeling twizzlers, 1 large orange, 1 mandarin orange, 1 banana, 1 kiwi, 1 grape, 1 blueberry, 1 kiwi Week 4: 1 clear glass or plastic cup (8-12 oz) 1 large scoop of ice cream (vanilla is typically preferred), 1 can of root beer Week 5: 1 gallon zipbloc bag, 1 quart size zipbloc bag, 1 c. half-and-half, 2 tbsp. granulated sugar, 1/2 tsp. pure vanilla extract, 3 c. ice, 1/3 c. kosher salt, Ice cream Toppings of your choice Week 6: 2 large strawberries, 1 stem of celery, edible seeds of choice (sunflower or pumpkin), 4 spinach leaves, 3 baby carrots, 5 small broccoli florets Week 7: Ecosystems Week 8: 1 clear glass or plastic cup (6-8oz), chocolate and peanut butter morsels, 1 container of chocolate pudding, 3 oreos, 1 quart zipbloc bag, 1 handful of lettuce, 2 gummyworms Week 9: lollipop, 1 regular size snickers bar, kitchen scissors*, parchment paper, 1 large piece of construction paper any color Week 10: 1 baked chocolate chip cookie, 1 toothpick, 1 can of cookie dough, handful of clean animal toys (dinosaurs, farm animals, etc.) Week 11: 1 box of jello ingredients, large clear container (mason jar, glass, plastic cup) 12-15 oz., 1 container of whipped cream, 3 spoons, 1 container to make jello in, pan for boiling water*, 1 c. of boiling water*. Week 12: 1 pack of 100 toothpicks, 1 bag of gummies of your choice (examples: gumdrops, gummy bears, or dots. Do NOT get gummy worms), 3 paper plates, scissors Week 13: plate, chocolate cupcake baked before class no icing added (other flavors acceptable), 1 container of cream cheese icing, red and orange food color, 2 spoons Week 14: plate (plastic or regular but not paper), 20 or more sugar cubes, 2 straws, 2 cups of water in two separate containers, 2 different colors of food coloring *Adult is preferred to join and help on the side due to potential hazard of sharp objects or heat
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Noting the supply list, if you do not have access to specific materials or food items listed please contact me and I can provide a list of optional supplies that will work! We will be using scissors in several classes as well as 1 class where we need to have boiled water. Parents are encouraged to assist with these classes.
Mrs. Ali Holland, BSED
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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471 completed classes
Hello! I'm glad to see you stopping by! Thank you for giving me the chance to introduce myself. My name is Ali and I live on a homestead with my husband Rob and dog Dietrich. In my free time I love reading, writing, crafts, hiking, working out,...