EDITABLE Solutions and Mixtures Activities, with step-by-step PowerPoint slides for each step, will increase your students' independence while completing lab activities. This is perfect for every type of learner and especially helpful for students struggling to complete labs independently. These Solutions and Mixtures Activities were created to be easy to teach and fun to do. All of the activities use materials that are easy to find.
Three hands-on activities are included:
🧪Solution or Mixture? – Students discover the difference between a solution and a mixture.
🧪Does it Dissolve? – Students make colored sugar and add it to water, alcohol, and oil to discover some interesting differences in dissolving.
🧪Milk Rainbow – Students will explore mixtures by making a “rainbow” with milk, food coloring and detergent.
This resource is for:
💙Homeschool Co-op Teachers
💙Christian School Teachers
This resource includes:
⭐Materials list for each activity
⭐Background information for the teacher
⭐Instructions for easy preparation
⭐Expected results for each activity
⭐Student instructions as printable worksheets
⭐Photos of each step for each experiment
⭐Editable PowerPoint and Google slides for each activity with photos of each step
List of materials needed for each student:
✔️Glasses/cups of water
✔️Mason jars with rings
✔️Isopropyl rubbing alcohol, 70%
✔️Zip-closing plastic bag, sandwich size
✔️Clear plastic cups
✔️Craft sticks or stirrers
✔️Liquid dish soap
✔️Aluminum pie tin
Roses are Blue – Free resource from the Institute of Physics with instructions on how to change a flower's color. This can be used as a take-home page for students to extend their learning at home.
EDITABLE Solutions and Mixtures Activities, with step-by-step PowerPoint slides for each step, will increase your students' independence while... read more