Here's how you can help our planet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfPi1...
This video shows students a fun way to see the ratio of the distances between planets. It also teaches about Newton's 3rd Law of Motion "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction"
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Basic ingredients for desktop in a cup:
Distilled water 200 mL
Dish Soap 40 mL
Glycerine 20 mL
For Outside in a tub:
Same as above x 10
Other ingredients to play with:
Baking powder to lower thE pH
A tube of J-Lube or KY Jelly mixed in a part of the above water for supersize bubbles
Filtered or drinking water will work
Tap water can work depending on the minerals and pollutants in the water. The bubbles will burst more easily.
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This lesson teacher 5th-grade Taiwanese students how to use science glassware and follow directions in English to accomplish a task. Materials used: Food coloring (red-yellow-blue), 250 mL beakers (3/group), 6 test tubes & 1 test tube rack/ group, Data and directions sheet available for download at http://www.johnlstrain.com/
Created 4 months ago.
John is an elementary school teacher in Taiwan.