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Science Experiment Club
In this ongoing course, we will learn a new science concept and do a new experiment together every week!
In this ongoing course, we will come together to have fun learning science and doing experiments! In each class, we will begin with a short ice breaker, have a lesson on a scientific concept, and then do an experiment together to create an understanding of the concept. We will then end with a game or quiz to check for understanding. Each week, there will be an informational sheet that can be downloaded or printed for reference and to help recreate the experiment outside of class. Students...
Students will improve their understanding of some fundamental scientific concepts such as density, pressure, gravity, etc. Students will be able to practice important skills such as listening and closely following step-by-step directions.
0August 14-20: Lava Lamps -Plastic bottle or jar with a lid, vegetable oil(any other cooking oil will work), water, food coloring, Alka-seltzer tablet(1-2) August 21-27: Milk Fireworks -Milk, food coloring, dish soap, q-tip or pencil August 28- Sept 3: Bouncy Balls -Cup, water, borax, liquid clear or glitter glue, *Optional food coloring to color glue, Sept 4- 10: Borax Crystals -Borax, pipe cleaners, string, hot water, pencil or popsicle stick *Optional food coloring Sept 11-17: Ice Cream -Milk, whipping cream or half and half, sugar, vanilla, ice cubes, salt (rock salt works best, but table salt will also work), 2 ziploc bags (1 smaller and 1 gallon). *(If you have a dairy allergy, any dairy-free ice cream recipe should work. Feel free to message me if you want to chat about a different recipe!) Sept 18-24: Elephant Toothpaste -Cup or jar, warm water, 1 packet active dry yeast, hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, *Optional food coloring OR -Cup or jar, vinegar, baking soda, dish soap, *Optional food coloring
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
None of the materials in this course are dangerous, however some materials can irritate sensitive skin or eyes.Please check the materials list each week and have learners wear gloves, goggle/glasses/sunglasses if you think they might need them. In addition some experiments may be messier than others. Protect your house and your electronics by having learners do the experiment in a place where they can safely make a mess. Good places include outside, by the kitchen or bathroom sink, or over a tablecloth. In addition, it may be helpful to have an adult nearby to assist students as necessary while remaining off camera. It is possible that clothing could get stained, so be sure to check what your learner is wearing before class! If there are any additional questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to message me!
Meet the teacher
Hello students and parents! I am so excited to share my passion of science with you! I graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2018 with a bachelor’s of arts in Geography where I studied weather and climate. I am currently an educator at a...
1x per week
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Completed by 11 learners
Live video meetings
4-9 learners per class
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