Little Einstein’s Laboratory – Experiments Galore Camp!

Class
Teacher Saara, M.Ed - Science Experiments
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(993)
Calling all young scientists to explore this interactive multisensory approach course, as we conduct a series of hands-on STEM/ STEAM chemistry experiments. Take ordinary household items and turn them into something extraordinary!

Class experience

US Grade Pre-Kindergarten - 2
Students will be able to identify and demonstrate the scientific method, follow given steps to conduct their own experiments and understand why (the science behind chemical reactions).
Homework Offered
Assessments Offered
The teacher will ask comprehension questions to check for understanding and use the experiments as a form of assessment.
Grades Offered
 1 file available upon enrollment
✔️ Week 1: Magic Rainbow Milk • 2 cups of Milk (whole milk or 2% works best! Fat free wouldn't work) • 2 plates or trays or shallow pans • 2-4 different colors of liquid food coloring – (not the gel as it doesn’t work well) • A small bowl or cup of dish soap • A few cotton swabs or cotton balls • Napkin or paper towel (to wipe hands) • 1 curious kid! =) ✔️ Week 2: Dancing Raisins & Pasta • 2 clear cups or containers or jars (taller the better) • 2 cups water • 1 can or bottle of CLEAR soda such as Sprite (or any similar soda) • 1 spoon • 2 tablespoons baking soda • 2 cups white vinegar • 1 small of box of SMALL or medium sized raisins • A handful of COOKED spaghetti (cut into small pieces) or COOKED pasta (small pieces) • Paper towel or hand towel for cleanup • Tray or plate • 1 curious kid! =) ✔️ Week 3: Rain Clouds • 2 clear cups or containers or jars (about 16oz or taller. The taller, the better!) • water (enough to fill each cup/container/jar) • 1 can of FOAM shaving cream (NOT gel) • 3 different colors of liquid food coloring (NOT gel) • 1 small bowl or cup of water • 1 spoon • Paper towel or towel for cleanup • Tray or plate • 1 curious kid! =) ✔️ Week 4: The Non-Newtonian Fluid Oobleck • measuring cup (1 cup size) • 2 cups cornstarch • 1 cup water (set aside some extra) • 1 small metal fork • 1 medium sized bowl • 1 small or medium sized rice/pasta strainer (any strainer with pea sized holes) • Paper towels or a hand towel (to clean hands after) • 1 pack of small beads (or anything similar to such as a handful of beans.) • 1 food coloring (any color) • Tray or plate • 1 curious kid! =) ***Kindly note that some of these experiments might get a little messy, but it’s worth it! However, if you do not have these supplies, students are still allowed to join the class and merely follow along. That way, they can still learn the process of how to make it and they can conduct this experiment after class.*** *The file is merely a welcome picture. NO file is needed for class.*
Assist your child if needed with the experiments such as pouring or mixing ingredients. 

Meet the teacher

Star Educator
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(993)
Profile
👋 Hello! I'm Teacher Saara. I've been featured as an EPIC and ACE educator! I have a passion for teaching and I am very excited to teach your learner! I love to cook, swim, travel and conduct experiments! I’m originally from an island in the... 
Group Class

$80

for 4 classes
1x per week, 4 weeks
30 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(99)
Completed by 395 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 4-8
3-12 learners per class

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