Science & Nature
How to Make Astronaut Pudding: Sweet Treats in Space! (Ages 3-6)
In this one time class we will learn how to make astronaut pudding while discussing all about how astronauts eat in space!
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**NOTE** The pudding must say instant on the box or the experiment will not work. *Introductions* We will take a few moments to introduce ourselves to our fellow space lovers. *Discussion* How do astronauts eat in space? What do they eat in space? What do you think food tastes like in space? Does it taste different than it does here on Earth? We will discuss these questions and many more as learners brainstorm ideas of what it is like to eat in space. *Imaginative Play Movement Time* Show...
Learners will gain a better understanding of how astronauts eat in space.
Required Supplies: 1 box of dry instant pudding mix (any flavor will do) (It must be instant) 5 teaspoons of powdered milk 1/2 cup water Measuring cup (1/2 cup) Measuring spoons (1 teaspoon) Gallon or quart size plastic bag (to mix our ingredients) Scissors (to cut corner off plastic bag)
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Scissors will need to be used to cut the corner of the bag. Parental assistance or supervision is required.
Heather Swann: The Queen of Science Experiments
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326 completed classes
***UPDATED*** ***NOTE*** To my regular families and any potential future learners. I have had my baby and am currently in the hospital. For this reason on-going classes and one-time classes for the next few days will be temporarily stopping until...