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Science & Nature
Making Plastic Christmas Ornaments Out of Milk
In this one-time class, we will discover how to turn milk into plastic. We will make ornaments to go on a tree or in a window.
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Did you know milk can turn into plastic with one mystery ingredient? Come with your favorite cookie cutter shape and make an ornament. You can hang it on the tree or in your room. After you do it once with me, you can do it as many times as you want. Make ornaments for your whole family! In this class, I will guide the students as we make plastic milk together. There will be time for questions and showing off the product as we go. Since this is for young learners and might be a bit messy,...
-1 cup of milk (per creation - you can do it multiple times) -White Vinegar -A microwave or stove to heat up the milk (PARENT HELP!) -A microwave-safe dish to hold milk -Tablespoon measuring spoon -Strainer (the kind with metal mesh, not a colander) -paper towels -A spoon -Cookie cutters (smaller/medium is better, see thumbnail picture) -Cookie sheet -Food coloring or paint -A toothpick -String/ribbon to make it an ornament
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using a microwave and heating up some milk. Parent supervision is highly recommended. (Just try to stay off-camera as much as possible)
Science Experiments, Math Games, Mom of 3 creative kids
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
413 total reviews
387 completed classes
I love looking around me and asking questions. "What if....?" Science is full of "what if" questions. Come explore simple science experiments with me. Most of the items can be found around your home or easily found at the store. I also have a love...