Painting With Colored Ice Cubes
In this one-time class, students will observe what happens when primary colored ice melts to make new colors. They will paint a rainbow and another picture too. Please freeze 4 RED, BLUE, and YELLOW ice cubes the night before.
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****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.**** 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 be time for questions and showing off your experiment as we go. Since this is for young learners...
Students will learn what primary colors mix to become secondary colors. They will observe what happens when they paint.
2 files available upon enrollmentYou will need: - 12 ice cubes (4 red, 4 blue, 4 yellow - 2 drops of food coloring per cube is plenty). Please freeze these the night before. - 6 small containers to hold the ice (a muffin tin works great!) - watercolor paper or cardstock paper - paintbrush - tray for under the paper - washcloth or paper towels
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since this class is for young learners and can be a bit messy, parental guidance is highly recommended.
Science Experiments, Math Games, Mom of a creative 5 year old
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409 total reviews
386 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...