6.29.2012

Now on TPT: Apple Mummification Science Experiment

I just uploaded a new file to my Teachers Pay Teachers store: Apple Mummification Science Experiment.

This lesson is something I did with my 2nd graders last year on "Science Friday". Each Friday we would do a science experiment after lunch. They absolutely loved it. We were studying Africa at the time that we conducted this experiment, so it was the perfect tie between science and social studies.

Here are a few pictures from the 14-page lesson, which includes scientific method posters.









This file is priced at $2.50 in my TpT store. The file will be on sale for $1 until Sunday, July 1st at 9 p.m. (MT). {click here to purchase}

The first THREE people to comment & tell me about a science experiment that you enjoy doing with your class will receive this lesson for free! {Be sure to leave your email in the comment so I can email the file to you!}

5 comments:

  1. This looks so fun! I teach first grade and I love science! My favourite science activity is probably from our five senses unit. The students always love the Mystery boxes for touch and smell!

    brennacrook at gmail dot com

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  2. Hi, This looks like an awesome activity. I am looking forward to doing with my students. My favourite experiment in the Bicarb and vinegar volcano. I love watching the students amazement as it bubbles over.

    Sheona

    smm2003 at y7mail dot com

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  3. We do Science Friday, too! One of my favorites is the Raisin Experiment I found on What the Teacher Wants blog. It is one that I use to introduce my students to experiments since most have never done an experiment before.

    Elizabeth
    liz_lovelace@yahoo.com
    The First Grade Jungle Room

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  4. I am a fan of both your blogs! I am giving you the versatile blogger award. Go on over to my blog to get your award.

    www.loveofteachingkimberly.blogspot.com

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  5. Apple mummification - how fun!! Thanks for sharing!
    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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