First grade science projects

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Science Experiments for Elementary

Experiment #1 What will happen when I put raisins in a cup of sprite? After you do the experiment, you will find out tha...

How to Make Lightning - Two simple science experiments for kids to demonstrate how to make sparks and explain how lightning occurs.

How to Make Lightning

How to Make a Spark - Weather Science for Kids After showing JZ (5) and J-Bug (4) how to make rain in a jar , JZ asked me how to...

How plants absorb water science experiment!

Fun Science Experiment! - Learning how plants absorb water! - Paging Fun Mums

We had fun with this experiment. It was very cool to watch the colours change! I used food coloring and cabbage leaves to show the kids how plants …

cloud in a jar-- students observe how clouds get heavy with molecules and eventually rain-- awesome experiment!

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Mrs. T's First Grade Class: States of Matter.. These are some fun ideas. The kids would love it!

States of Matter

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: States of Matter.. These are some fun ideas. The kids would love it!

tornadoes, rain, and glaciers - in a jar! easy weather lessons (practice at home first!)

Precipitation, Evaporation, Transpiration, Condensation

Precipitation - Make it Rain! Raining Rainbows (shaving cream and food coloring) - A Bit of This and a Bit of That! Rain in a Jar - Guest Hollow Transpiration - Collect Plant Sweat! Learn about transpiration through this hands on experiment from Weird Science Kids. By tying a large baggie around a plant's leaves on a super hot, sunny day, you will demonstrate how transpiration is part of the water cycle. Pour the water from the plant into a measuring cup. Kids use their measuring skills to…

First Grade Physical Science Activities: Create a Sandwich Bag Explosion! -- best idea ever! (especially for kids who love to watch stuff blow up) -- my students LOVED it!

Create a Sandwich Bag Explosion! | Activity | Education.com

Chemistry is a blast with this backyard bomb made from a sandwich bag. All you need are ingredients from the pantry to create a satisfying, and safe, explosion.

Mrs. Bumgardner's 1st Grade Class: Wild About Weather

Wild About Weather

This was an exciting week in our 1st grade classroom. As I mentioned earlier in the week, we have been learning about weather. The kids re...

Mrs. Bumgardner's 1st Grade Class: Wild About Weather

Wild About Weather

This was an exciting week in our 1st grade classroom. As I mentioned earlier in the week, we have been learning about weather. The kids re...

Cool First Grade Fun w/solids, liquids, & gases...or any lower grade

Solid, Liquid, or Gas?

Last week we did a unit all about matter. We learned what solids, liquids, and gases were. On Monday, we worked with Alka Seltzer. We decided that Alka Seltzer tablets are solid. The water is a liquid. We predicted what would happen if we dropped the Alka Seltzer into the water. Here's what we thought: If we put the tablet in the water, then Kaitlynn: it will sink. Kate: it will break into little pieces. Nyssa: it will make KoolAid Ethan: the water might get a new taste. Amy: it will shrink…

How To Make A Cloud In a Microwave. Weather Science Experiment.

How To Make A Cloud In a Microwave | Falling into First

Want to see complete and utter amazement on the face of every student in your class? Make them a cloud in the microwave. But to make it even better, I would highly recommend that you DON’T tell them you will be making a cloud in a microwave. Just tell them you will be putting a […]

Experiment - does the light shine through? Make predictions first - then discuss the results

What the Teacher Wants!

Is your school heading to the land of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) or STEAM (Same, but add art)? Last year, our school committed to becoming a STEM+A (plus Art) school. So far- I'm loving it!!! It has really got me thinking outside of the box for sure. I'm excited to share with you some ideas that I have with STEM in the future. For now, I've got some posters that I made for our 1st grade STEM+A Intro Day! For our STEM+A Intro Day, we rotated all of the first graders…

10 egg science experiments for kids. {Science Sparks}

Awesome Egg Experiments for Kids - Science Experiments for Kids

10 fun and easy egg experiments for kids. Includes making an unbreakable egg, making a baked alaska, an egg shell bridge and more!

Shakin Quakin Earthquake-- jello earthquake, great way to not only talk about earthquakes but to see it too!

Shakin Quakin Earthquake Showdown | Falling into First

Earth day is this Monday! Right around this time every year it’s time to put on our geologist hats and start our unit on Rocks and Minerals. This is also a fun time to tie in Volcanoes and Earthquakes as we learn all about our Shakin Quakin Earth & Rocks!!! We do a lot of […]

Activities: Celery Stick Science

Celery Science Experiment | Activity | Education.com

Here's a classic celery science experiment that uses celery and food coloring to demonstrate how plants absorb water.