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The Science of Fireworks: Fun Facts and Fireworks in a Jar STEM Experiment
In this one-time course, students will learn the history of fireworks, fun facts about fireworks, and conduct a fireworks in a jar STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) experiment.
Lisa Teach Me
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Fireworks have been around for a long time. They are beautiful to watch exploding in the nighttime sky. With their bright colors and patterns, fireworks are used to celebrate many holidays and special occasions around the world. In this course, we will briefly explore the history of the first fireworks and their occasion. We will also learn some interesting fireworks facts. Lastly, we’ll conduct a simple STEM science experiment called fireworks in a jar. Students will be able to interact...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn -the history of fireworks -how fireworks are used around the world -fun fireworks facts -fireworks in a jar STEM experiment
As a homeschooling mom of five years, I have conducted research on topics such as fireworks. I have also conducted the fireworks in a jar STEM experiment many times with my sons.
Three different food coloring colors Small glass container (need to be able to see through it) Measuring cups Measuring spoons Vegetable oil Water Spoon Paper towels Paper plate (or tray) to catch any accidental spills
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
For younger learners, parents may need to assist them with measuring and pouring during the fireworks in a jar experiment.
We will use the following sources: -Smithsonian Magazine
Lisa Teach Me
Experienced Online Educator, Autism and Neurotypical Homeschooling Mom, STEM Lover
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 completed class
Hello everyone! My name is Lisa Sims and I am the Founder of Lisa Teach Me, which helps parents and caregivers homeschool their neurodiverse and special needs children. I have been unschooling homeschooling my oldest autistic son for five years...