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Fun Chemistry Experiments for Kids!

Learners will participate in fun science experiments that will help nurture their love for science as we discuss the 3 states of matter.
Lana Wallis, M.S.
70 total reviews for this teacher
51 reviews for this class
Completed by 143 learners
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year olds
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30 minute class

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Class Experience

Students will learn that science can not only be educational but fun as we discuss the 3 states of matter.
I am a certified pre-K through third grade teacher and sixth through 12th grade chemistry teacher. I have taught all ages in many subjects including standard chemistry and honors chemistry in high school. I am also a mom that loves science!
Two balloons in case one breaks ( make sure they are standard size balloons, water balloons are too small) Vinegar (2 cups) 1/4 cup baking soda 2 plastic funnels (1 for vinegar and 1 for baking soda), the plastic funnels are much easier for the kids to use. One small empty plastic soda or water bottle (12 -20 ounce) 1 1/2 cups of cornstarch Water One egg One glass ( disposable is fine) Measuring cups 1 mixing bowl ( 1 ziplock bag for storage. It will keep about 24 hours.) Your hands to mix!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Although we will be working with household items, supervision is highly suggested to prevent accidents. Please have students working near a sink. Safety goggles are recommended as well as an inexpensive plastic tablecloth to cover your work Area for easy cleanup. The student might need help pouring the baking soda into the balloon and mixing the oobleck depending on their age. If they are unable to complete the balloon experiment, they can still watch and practice again on their own another day. Oobleck can be stored in an airtight container or bag for later. Please do not pour oobleck down your drain. It could clog your sink. Throw away in the trash can. 


Lana Wallis, M.S.High School Science & Culinary Teacher
70 total reviews
51 completed classes

About Me

Hi my name is Lana Wallis. I am a certified teacher in the state of Florida in preK - 3rd grade education and 6th-12th chemistry. I am passionate about animals and cooking, but not cooking animals! I am excited to share both, starting with baking... 
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