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Sweet Summer Science: A Frozen Treat
In this one time class students will learn about the chemical and physical changes involved with making ice cream in a bag. Let's cool off with science!
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45 minute class
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There isn't much that is better on a hot summer day than cool, refreshing SCIENCE...Oh, wait...I mean ice cream. In this class students will learn the chemistry that makes ice cream possible. This is a hands on class in which positive connections can me made with learning science and making ice cream. We will discuss three states of matter, solutions vs. mixtures, and physical and chemical changes. Students will learn and discuss how these topics help make ice cream possible. Students will...
By the end of the class students will be able to explain the basics of three states of matter, solutions vs. mixtures, and physical and chemical changes through the process of making ice cream.
Enjoy the yummy treat and maybe make a science treat for the family dessert tonight!
measuring cup, measuring spoons 1 cup half-and-half (can use heavy cream or whole milk) 2 table spoons of sugar 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 5 cups of ice 3/4 cup of rock salt (can use table salt, rock salt works best) 1 one gallon zip top bag 2 quart sized zip top bags toppings or other add-ins of your choice ex: mini chocolate chips, cut up fruit, crushed Oreo cookies kitchen towel and rag to clean up any spills.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The teacher will check for understanding of each student as the class progresses. There will not be a formal assessment.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please note: If your student has allergies, find safe alternative ingredients. Feel free to reach out to me and we can work together to find alternative ingredients.