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rainbow in a jar
This super easy salt water experiment is the perfect science activity to teach kids about the density of salt and fresh water. Great for an ocean unit!
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Good for focusing children. Meditation techniques. Shake it up and watch it separate again! science project?
*free* Recording sheet for teaching density and the scientific method.
Floating & Sinking Cans - It’s time for another ‘Does It Float?” science experiment. This time we use cans that are the same size, shape and volume. But some float and others sink....WHY? #CoolScienceHQ #Science #ScienceExperiments
Activities: Layering Liquids: Explore Density Science
Floating eggs experiment
Rainbow Density Experiment uses only sugar water and food coloring. Includes alignment with Ohio standards.
Elementary Education K-5
Candy Bar Sink or Float Experiment (goes along with density...sugar is more dense than water, but some candy has lots of air in it)
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