|Shake'n Up Surface Tension|
Pour a small amount of water in a small dish. Sprinkle pepper on the surface. Add one drop of soapy water to the center of the dish. When the soapy water breaks the cohesive surface tension, the pepper rapidly scatters to the sides of the dish. So simple...yet still cool! (Sorry for the low quality images on this one, I sent them on my phone.)
If you are looking to do some of these with your class, download this free activity packet from my TpT store. It gives you a little more information about some different ways to teach surface tension! Happy Teaching...
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Surface Tension Activities with Freebie
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