среда, 28 октября 2015 г.

Fizzing Ice Science Experiment with Beginning Sounds - The Kindergarten Connection

Fizzing Ice Science Experiment with Beginning Sounds - The Kindergarten Connection
Fizzing Ice Science Experiment with Beginning Sounds - The Kindergarten Connection

This ice science experiment for kids is so fun, and doubles as a beginning sounds activity too! Conduct your experiment, work on letter sounds, and have a blast!

First, we found some of our favorite animal creatures. Then we found the letter that matched with the corresponding beginning sound.


This ice science experiment for kids is so fun, and doubles as a beginning sounds activity too! Conduct your experiment, work on letter sounds, and have a blast!

We turned this into a science experiment by using ingredients that you would use in another classic favorite: a volcano eruption. If you have made those, you know that vinegar and baking soda are the main components. When we turn the liquid mixture of baking soda and water into a solid (in this case we are turning it into ice), the result is super fun fizzing!


The Science


The science behind baking soda and vinegar all centers around a chemical reaction. The baking soda releases a gas when it combines with the vinegar. The result is that the baking soda is transformed into water and carbon dioxide. That is when the fun sizzling and fizzing sound comes out and bubbles appear. How incredible is that?!


This ice science experiment for kids is so fun, and doubles as a beginning sounds activity too! Conduct your experiment, work on letter sounds, and have a blast!

Getting Ready for Your Experiment


Materials:


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