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STEM: Science Experiments and Kahoot Fun! Ongoing!

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.
Adrianne Hays, BA, CCLS
660 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 26 learners
Class
45 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
6-10
year olds
3-9
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does an "Ongoing" course work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn the science that makes each experiment work and review the weekly topic with a kahoot game.
Supplies for experiments: Summer 2022 Week of August 15th: Static electricity salt pepper paper plate balloon plastic spoon Week of August 22nd: Elephant toothpaste/Exothermic Reaction Empty plastic bottle 1/4 cup of dishwashing liquid 1/2 cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide Packet of active yeast Warm water funnel Week of August 29th: Ice Cream in a Bag/Freezing Point 1 cup half and half (milk works too - any kind including almond) 1.5 tsp vanilla extract 1 tbsp sugar ice 1/4 cup salt Ziploc bags 1 Small, 1 Large (optional mix-ins like chocolate chips/sprinkles/strawberries) BREAK FALL 2022 Week of Oct 5th: Blooming Flowers/capillary action Handout provided Scissors Markers or colored pencils water cookie sheet with edge Week of Oct 19th: Candy Molecules/Chemistry gumdrops of various colors toothpicks Week of Nov 2nd: Oobleck/Non-Newtonian fluids cornstarch- 2 cups water - 1 cup bowl spoon (optional food coloring) Week of Nov 16th: Build a foil boat/buoyancy aluminum foil coins or pebbles bowl of water Week of Nov 30th: Marshmallow Catapult/Simple Machines 6-10 Popsicle sticks 1 Wooden or plastic spoon 4 Rubber bands Mini marshmallows Week of Dec 14th: Ice Cream in a Bag/Freezing Point 1 cup half and half (milk works too - any kind including almond) 1.5 tsp vanilla extract 1 tbsp sugar ice 1/4 cup salt Ziploc bags 1 Small, 1 Large (optional mix-ins like chocolate chips/sprinkles/strawberries) Week of Dec 28th: Arctic Animals/the science of blubber bowl of water ice large ziplock bag petroleum jelly SCHEDULE 2023 (every other week meetings) Week of Jan 18th: Magic milk (surface tension) 1-2 cups Milk plate with edges or small cake pan food coloring (your choice of colors) dish soap Q-tips Week of Feb 1st: Inflating balloons (chemical reactions) Small Soda/Water Bottle Balloon Baking Soda Vinegar Funnel Teaspoon Week of Feb 15th: Rain in a jar (water cycle/clouds) Plastic Tupperware bowl or jar water foam shaving cream food coloring Week of Mar 1st: Elephant toothpaste (exothermic vs endothermic reactions) Empty plastic bottle 1/4 cup of dishwashing liquid 1/2 cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide Packet of active yeast Warm water funnel Week of Mar 22nd: Walking Rainbow (capillary action) Small plastic cups or glasses (7) Paper towels Food coloring in primary colors (red, yellow, blue) Water Week of Apr 5th: Skittle Art (dissolving in liquids) Large plate with edge water (hot water - you will need adult assistance) skittles Week of April 19th: Lava Lamp (density) water bottle oil (1/2-1 cup) alka Selzer tablets food coloring
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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.

Teacher

Adrianne Hays, BA, CCLSTeacher, Homeschool mom of two (Bay Area)
660 total reviews
553 completed classes

About Me

Hello! My name is Adrianne Hays. I am currently a homeschooling mom of two kids. We have been homeschooling for over 9 years. Before teaching on outschool, I spent 5 years teaching math and science to preschool and elementary school students... 
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