Tag: elementary

Home Grown Crystal Experiment

Learn how to grow your own crystals at home with this fun hands-on experiment! There are many different kinds of crystals you can grow, and here I will show you how to grow blue copper sulfate crystals.

The recipe for this experiment comes from Graham’s How-to Guides. If you want to check out how to grow other kinds of crystals, check out this page here.

Grades: 3-5, 6-8

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Owl Pellet Dissection Guide

Get a close hands-on look at an ecosystem in the palm of your hands. Explore the predator-prey relationships with owl pellets and give your students a memorable learning experience!

This article will include everything you need to prepare and carry out a successful owl pellet dissection lab.

Grades: 3-5, 6-8

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Chromatography

Give your students a fun and engaging activity that explores the process of chromatography: a process used in the field of forensic science to separate and analyze chemical mixtures. This activity can be used to teach chemistry or forensic science and is a great way to present a mystery to your class.

Grades: 3-5

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