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What better time to learn about the superpowers of soap then during a pandemic? We'll kick of our class by revealing the question of the day from the magic hat: How does soap fight germs? Then, we will have a check in to see how we are feeling. Our mini lesson will be loaded with fun facts about how soap works. Class will culminate with two fun science experiments that demonstrate the superpowers of soap. In each experiment, we will practice the steps of the scientific method including making...
Students will understand how soap works and practice the steps of the scientific method.
Experiment 1: Liquid dish soap (Dawn works best), a white or light colored bowl of water, a few shakes of black pepper. Experiment 2: Liquid dish soap (Dawn works best), a cotton swab/Q-tip, a shallow dish or plate, food coloring in four colors, enough whole milk to fill the shallow dish, a tray or large cookie sheet to contain our experiment in case it gets messy.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Konika Ray Wong, M.Ed.
Founder and Educator, Girl Power Science
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
6 total reviews
10 completed classes
I have been teaching K-6 science for two decades in San Francisco, CA and I have a BA in Biology and an M.Ed. from the University of San Francisco. Most recently, I was the Lower School Science Specialist at the Hamlin School for Girls for sixteen...