Science & Nature
Science: Spooktacular Science Experiments
Join in on some Halloween fun. In this class students will complete 3 Halloween themed science experiments while they learn Halloween facts and the science behind why each experiments occur.
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In this class students will participate in Halloween themed science experiments. Students will learn chemical reactions, chemical formulas and fun Halloween facts behind each experiment. All experiments are done live. If a student does not have all the supplies or the availability to get all the supplies they may still participate in the class discussions and watch the live experiments right before their eyes. Experiments being completed: Frankenworms, Exploding/Vomiting's Pumpkins, and...
Students will increase their understanding of chemical and physical reactions. Students will increase their listening skills by being able to follow step by step processes in each experiment.
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 and love to find ways to make science fun. In this course learners will learn fun facts about Halloween while completing hands on experiments.
Frankenworms Science Experiment: Materials: Gummy worms 3 tablespoons baking soda 1 cup warm water 2 clear glasses Vinegar Fork or Spoon Witches Brew: Materials: 1 Cup min Baking soda Food coloring Vinegar (enough for all containers) Dish soap Spoon Large tray (Cookie Sheet) 3 glass containers or beakers. Exploding/Vomiting Pumpkins: 1 cup- 3% Hydrogen Peroxide 3 tbsp. Water Dish Soap 2 tbsp. Yeast Food Coloring Cookie Sheet Jar or Bowl to Mix Yeast Small/Medium Pumpkin (Prior to Class Pumpkin needs to be de-seeded) If a small pumpkin can not be obtained then a orange cup will do just fine. Students carve a pumpkin face prior to the start of class if they choose. Be sure not to carve too close to the bottom. Leave a couple of inches for the reaction to start.
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55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some of these experiments can get messy. A cookie sheet is requested to keep the mess contained and off of the area students are working on. Students will also be using scissors or a knife adult supervision may be required.
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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...