STEM: Science Experiments and Kahoot Fun! Ongoing!
Adrianne Hays, BA, CCLS
In this ongoing class, we will perform one simple science experiment each meeting and play a science Kahoot game to review what we learned! New science experiments and Kahoot topics each week so students can join at any time.
US Grade 1 - 4
In this ongoing class we will perform a different science experiment each week. Topics stand alone so students can join at any time. We will also play a science kahoot game to review what we learned at the end of each class. I teach in an interactive way! I love involving students in discussion! I will post extra learning videos and all the supplies needed for the experiments in the classroom every week. SCHEDULE FALL 2023 Week of Sep 11th: Floating Ping Pong balls (Bernoulli's...
Students will learn the science that makes each experiment work and review the weekly topic with a kahoot game.
WINTER/SPRING 2024 Week of January 22nd: Rain in a jar clear Tupperware or bowl water foam shaving cream food coloring Week of February 5th: Skittle Art (dissolving) bag of SKITTLES, hot water (microwaved or from a tea kettle) a plate with a lip around the edge so that water can be poured without spilling. Week of February 19th: Disappearing Reflection (light) Supplies: Glass (see through) water 2 pieces white paper marker piece of aluminum foil Week of March 4th: Invisible Ink (oxidation) 2 pieces white printer paper 1 tablespoon lemon juice - in small bowl 1 tablespoon baking soda/1 tablespoon water - in small bowl 2 tablespoons milk in small bowl 2-5 cotton swabs heat source (candle with adult supervision or hair dryer) Week of March 18th: Homemade Lava Lamp (Density) Empty water bottle 1/4 cup vegetable oil 2 colors food coloring alka seltzer tablets Week of April 1st: Walking Rainbow (capillary action) 6 wide-mouth glasses or jars. Paper towels (use the kind where you can select a size) Food dye or liquid water colors (red, yellow, and blue) Week of April 22nd: Blow up a balloon with baking soda/vinegar (chemical reaction) Empty water bottle with small opening on top Balloon. Baking Soda. Vinegar. Small funnel. Teaspoon. Small measuring cup.
Students will need parental supervision for our science experiments each week. We will use a Kahoot game each week to review. Students can use the kahoot app downloaded to a phone or tablet or just go to kahoot.it in a web browser with a parents help to play the game. Students will always have the option of playing on a team with the teacher instead of signing into the game.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Adrianne Hays. I am currently a homeschooling mom of two kids. We have been homeschooling for 10 years. Before teaching on outschool, I spent 5 years teaching math and science to preschool and elementary school students through...
1x per week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(6)
Completed by 93 learners
Live video meetings
3-10 learners per class