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Ongoing Physical Science (With Experiments)

Savannah Gilmore
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(2,206)
This is as ongoing class that repeats content after 6 week. We will cover matter, chemical reactions, electricity, and more. Students will also get to do an experiment almost every week! Come join the fun! #academic

Class experience

US Grade 5 - 8
I am a certified teacher in various subjects and have taught for one of the largest Charters in the US and in the classroom. I enjoy teaching students vital topics they need. I am more than qualified to teach this class and have taught these topics for many years to my students. 
Homework Offered
You will be provided with resources each week. I will give you a link to the Google Drive folder where you can find all the work for the entire class.
Assessments Offered
Grades Offered

Week 2 – Chemical Reactions 

Supply List 
1st experiment Supplies 
• 1 Egg 
• 1 Cup or Glass (large enough to hold your egg and vinegar)
• Vinegar (distilled or apple cider will work)

2nd Experiment Supplies 
• Empty water or soda bottle (cut top off) - 16oz Bottle is Recommended 
• An extra cup (needs to be normal size drinking cup)
• Large bowl
• Large tray or pan to go UNDER the bowl
• Spoon to stir 
• Towel or paper towels
• Measuring cups and spoons (1 Cup and 1 Tablespoon)
• Hydrogen Peroxide (1 Cup or MORE)
• Dry Yeast (can be found online or at the store) THIS IS NEEDED - You need 3 TABLESPOONS at least.
• Dish soap of any kind 
• Average Temp Water  - NOT COLD
• Food color (OPTIONAL - any color and you can use two)  

Week 4 - Energy

Thermal Energy Experiment
• Ice (any kind works and you can keep in freezer until experiment time)
• Two bowls
• Latex Balloon (large is fine)
• Empty water bottle - Needs to be thinner plastic. This won't work with think water bottles. 
• Water (we will put hot water in one and ice water in the other when we do the experiment at the end of class)

Week 5 - Waves 

Light Experiment Supplies 
• Clear glass 
• Water in another container 
• Small plate or saucer 
• Penny 

Sound Experiment Supplies 
• Clear glass 
• Water in another container (they can use the same from the previous experiment) • Plastic straw 
• Scissors

Week 6 – Electricity 

Static Experiment Supplies 
• Salt 
• Pepper 
• Plastic Spoon 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Please note all work will be through Google Folders and the links will be shared with you. A general email is needed and it cannot be linked to a school or organization. They do not allow sharing. 
I work from state and validate science websites and textbooks. My sources come from work and textbooks I used in class, mainly Pearson and McGraw. I also use Discovery, TedEd, Generation Genius, and more solid sites. 

Meet the teacher

Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(2,206)
My name is Savannah. I am married to a wonderful guy, and recently became a new mom to a beautiful little girl. I enjoy family and friends, and I love to travel. I have traveled to over 20 countries and love experiencing the world. 

First off, I... 
Group Class


1x per week
45 min

Completed by 15 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 8-13
5-18 learners per class

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