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Science Experiment Explorations! (Ages 8-10)

Ms. Young, Ph.D.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
Who doesn't love science experiments? Come join me for an ultra fun summer experience where we'll do hands-on science experiments EVERY WEEK! You don't want to miss the fun and learn a whole lot of science along the way!

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*These experiments require adult supervision.  This means that an adult should be in the same room making sure a child is handling the materials appropriately. There are 2 experiments when a chemical reaction occurs (Expanding Balloons and Elephant Toothpaste), and during these classes the adult should be measuring out the baking soda and vinegar, and the hydrogen peroxide, and should be monitoring their child's use of these substances at all times. Further, a parent should be available at all times to give reminders about not putting hands near eyes or mouth when working with these materials, and to remind children to keep on their safety goggles. Children should wash their hands thoroughly after handling these materials, or wear gloves when handling them. Ingesting hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, or vinegar can causes severe stomach irritation. In addition, baking soda and vinegar can cause severe eye irritation and burning.

To avoid damaging a table, we recommend putting a tray or cookie sheet underneath if there are substances that could spill. Also, be aware that food coloring can stain. We recommend having an old towel underneath when using food coloring to avoid staining a tablecloth or table. Further, children should wear old clothes when working with food coloring as it will likely stain, and consider wearing gloves if concerned about getting food coloring on skin. 
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
I teach math and science classes at Outschool for children ages 5 to 12. I'm a former math and science teacher. I taught for almost 10 years in classrooms. I've been homeschooling my own children for the past 2 years and I wrote a math and science... 
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1x per week
30 min

Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-10
5-8 learners per class

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