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 Our first Science at Home webisode involves a really cool experiment that you can do at home – all you need is a red cabbage and… Cool Experiments, Kitchen Science, Basic Kitchen, Red Cabbage, Kitchen Equipment, All You Need Is, Scientists, Citizen, Ph

Science at Home with The Cawthron Institute: pH experiment

Kia ora citizen scientists! Our first Science at Home webisode involves a really cool experiment that you can do at home – all you need is a red cabbage and…

A beautiful, hardcover recipe book with a twist - each recipe is a science experiment you and your family can do at home. Kitchen Science, Early Childhood Education, School Holidays, Hands On Activities, Science Experiments, Holiday Fun, Exploring, Recipe, Learning

The Kitchen Science Cookbook

A beautiful, hardcover recipe book with a twist - each recipe is a science experiment you and your family can do at home.

Baking is a science as well an art, and the key to better baking is understanding the chemical forces at play. Thankfully this graphic explains all of those things. Baking Science, Kitchen Science, Food Science, Baking Basics, Baking Tips, Baking Recipes, Muffin Recipes, Baking Ideas, Bread Baking

The Science of Baking

Our fun infographic explains how it all works, from caramelization to making a cake rise.

Mechanical Engineering Department — Ajit Patki's class of Fluid Mechanics — Class Project "Fun with Non-Newtonian Fluid" Mechanical Projects, Mechanical Engineering, Kindergarten Science, Elementary Science, How To Make Oobleck, Non Newtonian Fluid, Lamar University, Fluid Mechanics, Science Crafts

Fun with Non-Newtonian Fluid - Lamar University

Mechanical Engineering Department — Ajit Patki's class of Fluid Mechanics — Class Project "Fun with Non-Newtonian Fluid"

In this activity, students are encouraged to think about the process of making ice cream and to explore the concept of states of matter through simple investigations. Kitchen Science, States Of Matter, Make Ice Cream, Fish Oil, Investigations, Holiday Fun, Healthy Food, Healthy Eating, Students

Making ice cream

In this activity, students are encouraged to think about the process of making ice cream and to explore the concept of states of matter through simple investigations.

Kitchen Science -PLD ARTICLE/VIDEO/PPT.  In this recorded professional learning session, explore aspects of kitchen science. They discuss how kitchen science can be used to deepen students’ understanding of science in everyday contexts and demonstrate how simple kitchen ingredients and equipment can be utilised to excite and engage students in science learning. Kitchen Science, Student Engagement, School Holidays, Hands On Activities, Holiday Fun, Students, Explore, Learning, Simple

Kitchen science

In this recorded professional learning session, Lyn Rogers and Angela Schipper explore aspects of kitchen science. They discuss how kitchen science can be used to deepen students’ understanding of science in everyday contexts and demonstrate how simple kitchen ingredients and equipment can be utilised to excite and engage students in science learning.

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Making a solar oven. In this activity, students will learn about using the Sun’s energy to meet our needs. They will be introduced to concepts around solar energy needed for solar cooking (heat) – dark colours for absorbing sunlight, gr Science Resources, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Experiments, Teaching Ideas, Physical Science, Science Fair, Science For Kids, Pvc Greenhouse

Making a solar oven

In this activity, students will learn about using the Sun’s energy to meet our needs. They will be introduced to concepts around solar energy needed for solar cooking (heat) – dark colours for absorbing sunlight, greenhouse effect, light colours for reflecting sunlight and insulation. Using this science knowledge, they will then construct and use a solar oven.

Water, solid, liquid and gas - INTERACTIVE. This animation explores water as a solid, liquid and gas. The water molecules stay the same, but they behave differently as they change from one form to another. 4th Grade Science, Science Student, Student Studying, What Is Matter, Properties Of Matter, Heat Energy, Water Molecule, States Of Matter, Ministry Of Education

Water: solid, liquid and gas

This animation explores water as a solid, liquid and gas. The water molecules stay the same, but they behave differently as they change from one form to another.

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Water and nutrient leaching - In this activity, students demonstrate how substances are dissolved and transported by water through the soil. Teaching Science, Science Experiments, Kitchen Science, Students, How To Apply, Activities, Education, Learning, Rivers

Water and nutrient leaching

In this activity, students demonstrate how substances are dissolved and transported by water through the soil.

STUDENT ACTIVITY: In this activity, students experiment with oil in water. They observe the effects of oil in water and then attempt to clean up the oil using various sorbents and a chemical dispersant. Science Fair, Science Experiments, Kitchen Science, Brownie Girl Scouts, Environmental Education, Keep An Eye On, Science Projects, Clean Up, Bird Feathers

Cleaning up oil in water

In this activity, students experiment with oil in water. They observe the effects of oil in water and then attempt to clean up the oil using various sorbents. They also observe what happens when a chemical dispersant is added to the oil in the water and have a go at cleaning oil off bird feathers.

Temperature, salinity and water density - STUDENT ACTIVITY. Cold water is denser than warm water, so it tends to sink. Seawater is denser than freshwater. Salinity, temperature and depth all affect the density of seawater. Physical Science, Science Fair, Teaching Science, Salt And Water, Fresh Water, Water Experiments, Kitchen Science, Ocean Depth, 6th Grade Science

Temperature, salinity and water density

Cold water is denser than warm water, so it tends to sink. Seawater is denser than freshwater. Salinity, temperature and depth all affect the density of seawater.

Every year on February Girl Scouts and Girl Guides around the world celebrate World Thinking Day. It is a day to reflect and think about other scouts around the world. This date was chosen b… Gs World, World Thinking Day, Girl Scout Leader, Daisy Girl Scouts, Glass Marbles, Blue Marbles, Girl Guides, Jouer, How To Apply

Racing marbles

In this activity, students compare the viscosity of common household substances by measuring how fast marbles move through the liquids.

Strange Liquids - Liquid is one of the states of matter, and viscosity is a property of liquid. Some liquids display strange behaviour because their viscosity makes them flow differently to ‘normal’ liquids. Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Experiments, Non Newtonian Fluid, Types Of Honey, Properties Of Matter, Fluid Dynamics, States Of Matter, Weird Science

The thixotropic nature of Mānuka honey – experiment

The thixotropic nature of Mānuka honey- STUDENT ACTIVITY. Mānuka honey is thixotropic. This means that it is solid when undisturbed, but becomes fluid when stirred or agitated. In this experiment, you can investigate Mānuka honey’s thixotropic nature. Purpose To observe how long it takes for Mānuka honey to become solid again after being stirred.

Material world mixtures - TEACHER RESOURCE. The Science Learning Hub has many resources for primary teachers related to mixtures in the Material World strand of the New Zealand Curriculum. Non Newtonian Fluid, Kitchen Science, States Of Matter, Material World, Teacher Resources, Curriculum, Learning, Food, Water

Material World – Mixtures

The Science Learning Hub has many resources for primary teachers related to mixtures in the Material World strand of the New Zealand Curriculum.

The viscosity of honey - experiment — STUDENT ACTIVITY. The viscosity of honey ranges from runny to almost solid. In this experiment, you can compare the viscosity of several types of honey. Purpose To compare the viscosity of different types of honey. Types Of Honey, Kitchen Science, Ranges, Experiment, Purpose, Student, Activities, Learning, Face

The viscosity of honey – experiment

The viscosity of honey ranges from runny to almost solid. In this experiment, you can compare the viscosity of several types of honey.

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Observing water – writer's insight

For a few years now, the Hubs writing team has used the informal tagline – “We can make your job easier” – when presenting at conferences or engaging in professional development. Making things easy was one of my goals when developing lower primary resources on observing water.