Mixing Colors and Making a Fizzling Rainbow
In this one-time science experiment, we will look at primary and secondary colors and then use vinegar and baking soda to create a colored chemical reaction rainbow.
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year old learners
learners per class
30 minute class
****I schedule a few weeks out at a time, if none of the times above work, click the button called "show alternative times" and create a new section. Often other learners will join in after a section is created.**** Welcome to color science! Your child will gasp in awe when the colors start to fizz on the tray! In this class, I will guide the students as we do the science experiment together. Students can conduct the experiment alongside the teacher from home or simply observe. There will...
Students will learn what primary colors (red, blue, yellow) combine to make the secondary colors (orange, green, purple). Students will name the colors in the rainbow order to help us create a rainbow. Students will use fine motor skills to squirt the colors onto their tray.
For the experiment, they will need: -white vinegar (about 6 oz) -food coloring (red, blue, yellow) (use the cheap water-based kind for a true red, the organic ones are more purple/pink color) -baking soda (enough to cover your tray - about 8 oz which is about half a box!) -cookie sheet (can be lined with foil, but it does not have to be) -6 small containers for the vinegar -medicine syringe, eyedropper, or spoon
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
verbal assessment as the students make guess about colors and names the colors we should use in the correct order.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since this class can get a little messy, having a parent nearby is highly recommended.
Science Experiments, Math Games, Mom of 3 creative kids
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
453 total reviews
419 completed classes
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