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Nutrition Science - Understanding Food and Energy

Super Cool Science! Your Weekly Science Experiment Club

Dr. Ashley Ross, PharmD
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(83)
Exploding rainbows, erupting volcanoes, oh my! In this class, students will perform a new hands-on science experiment each week. They will learn how to utilize and apply the Scientific Method to new experiments every week.

Class experience

1. Students will learn and utilize the scientific method each week in an experiment. 
2. Students will understand the basic scientific concepts and vocabulary behind each experiment. 
3. Students will develop their critical thinking skills.
As this class progress, I will frequently update the supply list to always include at minimum the next two weeks. We will be using common household items throughout this course so having to buy materials is unlikely. If a handout/worksheet is needed for the class, it will be posted to the classroom every Sunday for the current class. As always, let me know if you have any questions!

-Learner Supply List (by week)-
Please note - "(!)" The exclamation point symbol indicates we will be using a sharp object in class that day. Paternal supervision is always encouraged for younger learners!

Week of Monday, January 9th: It's All Butter!
1. Heavy whipping cream 
2. Container with a tight lid
3. Optional, but fun: A slice of toast to test out this edible experiment after :)

Week of Monday, January 16th: Oobleck
1. 1 and 1/2 cups Cornstarch 
2. 1 cup Water 
3. Measuring cup(s) 
4. Bowl, for mixing 
5. Spoon, for mixing 
6. Optional, but fun: food coloring, any color(s)
7. Optional, but prevents mess: Parchment paper, newspaper, any paper that's ok to get messy

Week of Monday, January 23rd: Milky Science 
1. Whole Milk, enough to fill a bowl of your choice roughly half full
2. Food coloring
3. Dish soap, only a small amount is needed (less than one tablespoon)
4. 1-3 Cotton swabs (Q-tips)
5. Bowl

Week of Monday, January 30th: Snow Blizzard
1. Clear plastic cup 
2. 1/2 cup White paint 
3. Baby oil, enough to fill a clear cup of your choice roughly 3/4 full 
4. 1-2 "Alka Seltzer" tablets 
5. 1/4 cup Warm water
6. Measuring cup(s)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parental supervision is recommended when students use sharp objects like scissors or a knife. A (!) is placed next to each experiment name in the learner supply list to indicate days a sharp object is being used in class. Younger learners may require supervision and help to perform the experiment. 
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(83)
**IMPORTANT - I will be on a leave of absence from April 25, 2022 to July 25, 2022. During this time, I will be unable to teach and will have limited availability to respond to messages during this time. If you do have any questions or concerns,... 
Group Class


1x per week
50 min

Completed by 250 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-10
2-8 learners per class

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