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Let's Explore Acid-Base Chemical Reactions With Lemon Volcanoes!
In this one-time class, students will learn about acids, bases, and chemical reactions by creating their own lemon volcanoes!
Dr. Ashley Ross, PharmD
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Are you ready to create a sweet smelling explosion?! If you answered yes, this class is for you! In this class, we are going to be learning some of the very basics of acid-base chemical reactions. To begin, we will define "chemical reactions," "acid," and "base." We will learn some examples of each of them. Next, we will perform an experiment using some common household ingredients to make our very own colorful, sweet-smelling, and erupting lemon volcanoes! After our experiment, we will apply...
Students will gain an understanding of acids, bases, and chemical reactions. Students will conduct a science experiment to visualize, discuss, and apply what we learned.
Materials For experiment: 1. Lemons (1-2 - the more lemons, the more volcanoes) 2. Baking soda (no more than 1 cup is needed; it doesn't need to be premeasured) 3. Food coloring 3. Knife (to cut lemons in half as well as to cut the bottom off of each lemon) 4. Spoons (I recommend having a few on hand) 5. Baking pan (to contain spillage) 6. Paper towels (for cleanup) For class: 1. Handout (posted to the classroom by teacher) 2. Pen/pencil 3. Colors (optional, but always fun!)
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parental supervision may be required when students use a knife to cut the lemon needed for our in-class experiment.
Dr. Ashley Ross, PharmD
Science Enthusiast with a Passion for Teaching
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
83 total reviews
47 completed classes
**IMPORTANT - I will be on a leave of absence from April 25, 2022 to July 25, 2022. During this time, I will be unable to teach and will have limited availability to respond to messages during this time. If you do have any questions or concerns,...