Did you know you could turn milk into plastic? I didn’t. I had no idea! I did know that you can turn cream into butter, which is just what I was planning on doing with my Kindergarteners last week. There I was armed with gallons of cream (which as it turns out was waaaay more...Read More »
Blue Eyris Pearls - Pearls from the sea creatures known as abalone are incredibly rare. They cannot be cultured like the pearls from mussels and oysters; abalone are all hemophiliacs. They bleed to death when injected with a nucleus.
HOW TO MAKE A BOUNCING POLYMER BALL: borax (found in the laundry section of the store), cornstarch, white glue (e.g., Elmer's glue - makes an opaque ball) or blue or clear school glue (makes a translucent ball), warm water, food coloring (optional).
Students will cut out cards (function, monomer, polymer, elements contained, and example) and place them in their correct position next to their appropriate macromolecule (carbohydrate, lipid, protein, or nucleic acid). Visit my BLOG to see more science products, foldables, & information about sales! www.mrsgclassroom.com Follow me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mrsgclassroom/