Science & Nature
Silly Science Lab: Magic Paper Towel Art
In this one time class students will create magic hidden pictures and complete a lab report as we explore the relationships between different types of ink and water.
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In this one time class we are going to learn a little science, so we can perform a little magic! Learners will complete a short science lab as they learn to create delightful pictures that magically color themselves in when laid in water. We will work together as a class to complete a short lab report explaining our findings. Class will beging with a quick discussion about the differences in permanent markers and washable markers. We will hypothesize about what might happen to drawings or...
Students will gain practice in expressing thier scientific findings in a lab report. Students will explore ink and water while also encouraging their scientific curiousity.
1 file available upon enrollmentLearners will need: -A printable lab report available in the classroom - A few (3-5) paper towels. These towels will need to be cut in half long ways (or a single sheet of Select-A-Size) and then folded in half so that each one is a double layered small squares -Permanent markers such as Sharpies. Multiple colors are great, but just one permanent marker will do fine -A selection of washable markers such as crayola washables -A shallow tray, such as a casserole dish, filled with an inch of water -A plate, bowl, or trashcan for disposing of wet towels
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be using permanent markers and appropriate care should be taken.
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