Science & Nature
Soap, Why Does It Work?
In this one time class learners will be observing an experiment and performing an experiment that explain the effect that soap has on water, oils, and fats.
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How does soap work? In this class learners will learn about soap and what makes it so special. Students will first discuss what they know about soap. They will then make a hypothesis about what will happen during the experiment. They will observe an experiment using oil, water, and soap performed by the teacher. After the experiment they will discuss what happen. We will discuss the next experiment. Each student will have an opportunity to make a hypothesis about the experiment. They will...
Ms. Gabby has 3 years experience teaching preschool/Kindergarten science as a Preschool/Kindergarten teacher.
Shallow dish 1 cup of milk 3 different food coloring colors 1 teaspoon of dish soap 2 Q-tips
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learning should be fun
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
30 total reviews
47 completed classes
Hello, my name is Gabby Rogers and I have been teaching children since I was fifteen years old. I am a mother of three very active kids, one dog and two cats. I teach phonics, letter recognition, preschool math, and preschool science classes. I...