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Forms of Water
Grade Level(s): 1-2
By: Stacy, Second Grade Teacher

This is a great way to spice up a common simple experiment demonstrating the three forms of water.

Materials:

  • Fill a rubber glove with water and freeze the night before the lesson
  • You will also need:
    1. a burner
    2. a pot

Plan:

  1. Show students the hand-shaped ice sculpture.
  2. Place the pot on the burner, and the ice in the pot.
  3. Have the students observe the hand every few minutes and record their observations in picture form and/or writing. I prefer pictures with labels.
  4. Have the students note the water vapor and explain how it is a gas.

Comments:

Students love the ice hand and it much cooler than normal ice cubes.

 


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