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Science: Learn Some Fun Facts About Storms and Complete 4 Science Experiments
In this class students will learn about thunderstorms. As they progress through the lesson they will complete four science experiments. All experiments are done live. If a student does not have the materials they may still participate.
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In this class students will learn amazing facts about storms. As students learn facts they will complete four different science experiments. Experiments include: Make a rain cloud, Make it hail in a jar, Understand how high and low pressure systems work, Create your own water cycle. Prior to the start of this class, students will need to freeze water, dyed with blue food coloring, into two ice cubes. Teacher will ask questions to guide students thinking throughout the lesson. Students do...
Students will increase their knowledge of storms. Students will be introduced to the water cycle and hydroelectricity. They will encouraged to research more regarding these topics. Students will improve on their listening skills to complete the experiments successfully.
My Name is Mrs. Bannert. I am a certified teacher. I have a Masters in Education. For the past five years I have taught in a public school setting and for the past three years I have taught in an online format. I am a certified science teacher. I love storms and learning more about them. I also love hands on learning. In this course I have combined both of the things I love to teach your learner interesting facts while completing hands on science experiments.
Students will be encouraged to continue their exploration in understanding storms.
Rain Experiment: Ziploc Bag Tap Water Permanent Marker Food Coloring (Optional) Tape High/Low Pressure System: Clear plastic rectangular Tupperware Warm Tap water Two Frozen Blue Ice Cubes (Prior to class place blue food coloring and water in an ice cube tray and freeze it) Red Food Coloring Rain Cloud: Shaving Cream (Foam) Tap Water Clear or glass cup Food Coloring Hail Storm: Cooking Oil (1/4 cup max) Tap Water Food Coloring (any color but orange and yellow) One container for mixing One Clear or glass cup Spoon
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
After class I post extension videos for the students to view if they choose. Please note that while video links have been screened any link to an outside source could have ads that change daily.
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244 total reviews
279 completed classes
Hello, My name is Mrs. Bannert. I am a certified teacher who has a Masters Degree in Education. I have taught English in a public school setting and online as a Foreign Language to students overseas. I am certified to teach English, Math, Science...