Science & Nature
I Scream, You Scream, Let's Make Some Ice Cream!
In this class, we will learn how we can make ice cream quickly with some neat science tricks!
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I scream, you scream, who wants to make some ice cream? One of the best summer treats is to enjoy some ice cream but sometimes that can take a long time and who wants to wait! Join me as we learn how to make ice cream in 30 minutes! How you ask? We will learn how to quickly bring the temperature of our mixture so it will freeze to the perfect consistency to enjoy. No need for a fancy ice cream machine when we can use everyday zip-lock bags to make our treat. While we are making our ice cream,...
Students will learn to make a quick batch of ice cream while using scientific principals as to why it can happen!
Don't worry no ice cream maker is needed just a few household items to make our frosty treat! Here is what each student will need to make our ice cream: 2 Large Mixing Bowls Measuring cups and spoons 20 cups of ice (divided) 2 cups water (divided) 6 tablespoons salt Thermometer Small plastic zip-top baggie 1/2 cup milk 1 tablespoon sugar 1/4 teaspoon vanilla Gallon-size plastic zip-top baggie Spoon
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.
As we will be making ice cream please be aware if your child has any allergies to: Dairy/Milk. I have not made this recipe with other types of milk (almond, soy, coconut, oat) but if your learner would like to try they may! We will not be using any sharp objects or anything that requires heat. Learners will be asked to pour contents into various cups or baggies so it could be good to have some napkins available. All children are at different ages and abilities, and it is okay if your child needs a little extra guidance from an older sibling or parent during the pouring portions of this class.
Miss TracyExploring with Ms. Tracy!
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10 completed classes
Hello! My name is Tracy or as my students call me Miss Tracy! I currently teach ESL classes online to children ages 4-10 and love getting to meet so many new faces. Before that I spent my time in preschool classrooms getting to introduce the...