Science for Kids: Make a Penny Turn Green (with free printable) by Buggy and Buddy. With materials you have on hand, kids will be amazed at this chemical reaction.

Chemical Reactions: Make a Penny Turn Green (with free printable)

Science for Kids: Make a Penny Turn Green (with free printable) by Buggy and Buddy. With materials you have on hand, kids will be amazed at this chemical reaction.

Dental Health Craft with more than 70 pages of supplemental activities for Dental Health month

Dental Health Craft with more than 70 pages of supplemental activities for Dental Health month

It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

Make a Simple Circuit - to use with a Benjamin Franklin unit study

Make a Simple Circuit

Everything you need to save time and teach Benjamin Franklin! Printables PLUS PowerPoint slides to go along with student sheets. $ #benjaminfranklin #presidentsday - Other Famous American Units are available

Benjamin Franklin: Famous American {PowerPoint & Printables}

Everything you need to save time and teach Benjamin Franklin! Printables PLUS PowerPoint slides to go along with student sheets. $ #benjaminfranklin #presidentsday - Other Famous American Units are available

Black History Toddler Craft- Jackie Robinson (baseball jerseys,mosaic baseball bats, and thumbprint baseballs).

Black History Toddler Craft- Jackie Robinson (baseball jerseys,mosaic baseball bats, and thumbprint baseballs).

Times have Changed.  Students try to determine if a penny is old or new by the sound it makes when dropped.  Pennies made before 1982 used copper as their primary metal.  Pennies after 1982 use mostly Zinc.  I like this lab because it uses sound as the primary sense.  Standard deviation, variance, and sampling techniques can all be learned.

Science Skills Unit

Times have Changed. Students try to determine if a penny is old or new by the sound it makes when dropped. Pennies made before 1982 used copper as their primary metal. Pennies after 1982 use mostly Zinc. I like this lab because it uses sound as the primary sense. Standard deviation, variance, and sampling techniques can all be learned.

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