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Science: Soap Powered Boat- A STEAM Science Fair Project

Teacher Sharon, M.Ed., TEFL, TESOL
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(676)
In this one-time class, you will conduct a soap powered boat STEAM science fair experiment with your teacher using the scientific method. #academic

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US Grade 1 - 3
Students will learn the steps of the scientific process by conducting a Soap Powered Boat experiment and recording results on the observation sheet..
I taught after-school science classes for six years. 
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Materials needed: See the main image from the class listing for ideas 1. Foam tray, index card or a piece of cardboard for the boat. Cardstock greeting cards work great! 2. Tray, bowl or cake pan filled with about 1 inch of cold water 3. Liquid dish soap (I use a small syringe partially filled with dish soap. You can too, if you have one.) 4. Scissors, ruler, pencil 5. The "My Science Experiment" worksheet (printed before class)
An adult should pour the cold water into the tray before class begins and set it off to the side so there is a space to write on the observation sheet. Younger students might need help writing on their "My Science Experiment" worksheet, cutting their boat or adding one drop of dish soap, so an adult should be nearby. Parents- If your learner is the only one in class, you may remain on camera. But if their are other learners, per Outschool's Safety policy, you should sit off camera to the side of your learner.
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(676)
Hello!  My name is Sharon, Teacher Sharon. I am both thankful and excited to have this opportunity to help children from all over the world have fun while learning. I love making learning fun! 

I have my Masters of Education (MEd) and over 20... 
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per class
Meets once
40 min

Completed by 9 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-9
1-4 learners per class

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