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STEM: Gummy Bear Osmosis - 2 Day Class #Academic
Explore Osmosis! This is a two day class to allow for observation and discussion about our osmosis experiment.
Mrs. Kris, MBA
259 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
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US Grade Level
learners per class
$8 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 1 week
30 minutes per class
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This will be an experimental class where students learn about osmosis. They have an opportunity to formulate a hypothesis, conduct and experiment, record their findings, and discuss if their hypothesis was correct. This experiment will allow students' potential to unfold. Students scientific reasoning will be amazing, mindset will shift, problems will be solved, and both discussion and thinking will be dynamic. Students will receive feedback and encouragement during the class. Great,...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn about osmosis and associated vocabulary words. Students will track and discuss their observations.
I served the Director of Ancillary Services tasked with planning and executing summer and winter camps at a PK-12 school. I hold a degree in Psychology and an MBA, a 150-hour master teacher certificate for teaching English as a second language courses and have served as a college counselor for almost 5 years advising students and families on the college acceptance process. I have taught middle school, have been an academic administrator in a Pre-K 12 school and was a founding director of a Learning Center.
20 Gummy bears (for experimentation and comparison…and maybe an extra pack for snacking)-any brand any color A small glass/plastic cup for each water/solution-7 in total - fill halfway with water Baking soda 1 tablespoon Sugar 1 tablespoon Salt 1 tablespoon Soda-half of a plastic cup, any variety Vinegar - half of a plastic cup, any variety Milk - half of a plastic cup, any variety Water - half of a plastic cup, bottled or tap Paper towels Spoon or fork to remove gummy bears on day two Paper/Pen Observation sheet to print from classroom before the class begins, will be posted a day or two prior.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
After the bears go into the water (or salt water, or sugar water, etc..), do NOT allow your child to eat them. Bacteria could start growing in the water as the bears soak, making them unsafe to eat.
Mrs. Kris, MBA
259 total reviews
393 completed classes
Hi, great to meet you, we're going to have a fabulous time. My family lives in the southeastern part of the United States. My years of teaching experience has helped me develop a philosophy which best helps students be active learners in a...