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The Chemistry and Physics of Ice Cream
Students will learn the chemistry and physics of ice cream by making ice cream at home. All throughout the class, students will learn about freezing and melting point as well of states of matter and other science concepts.
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Students will learn how to make ice cream while understanding the science concepts behind the recipe. Students will learn the following science topics: emulsifier states of matter freezing point melting point stabilizers chemical reactions Students will also learn about scientific method: observing, predicting, inferring, procedure, results, and communication. Before class, students will be taught the terms that will be applied to the experiment. The teacher will do this by providing a...
Students will improve their understanding of: Scientific method States of Matter
1 large (gallon) plastic ziploc bag 1 medium plastic ziploc bag half and half OR whipping cream. (whipping cream works faster and tastes more like ice cream) sugar (any kind) ice (enough to fill up the Gallon bag ) vanilla extract kosher salt or rock salt (you could use table salt - but bigger salt works better) large bowl any type of ice cream toppings you'd like which can include fruit or sprinkles or anything else! newspaper will be very helpful to have A lot of paper towels - it may be messy! Optional: Thermometer
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kelly Science: It's like Magic, but Real!
56 total reviews
57 completed classes
Greetings, My name is Kelly and I've been a science teacher for over 20 years. I have B.A. in Education and a Masters Degree in science education. Although the bulk of my experience has been middle school, I've taught from Kindergarten...