Monday, May 21, 2012

"Friday Science" Fun with Spangler!

If you don't know yet, I am a huge fan of Steve Spangler Science! I have liked the experiments and the books and the website for years now, but recently, I also realized that the company is made of some pretty down to earth, amazing people! Another PLUS in my book!

I just received my newest SPANGLER science kit "Pinch and Mix" last week. I would have done this with my class on my normal Friday, but I was out with a sick kiddo, so here it is today!

My students had a blast today and this was PERFECT for the last week of school.

The students had so much fun and this experiment gave us a chance to discuss how colors mix, but also the difference between mixing paints and mixing color "gels" which are more transparent. We mixed on our tables, then we also mixed at the windows.








The kit came with EVERYTHING we needed, but I did make a great student recording page to go along with it. You can see it in some of the pictures. I wanted to upload it for ya'll, but I forgot to bring the file home tonight....Sooooo, I'll add it to my post tomorrow! :)

8 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, I love this!! So cool and pretty!!
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  2. What a fantastic activity!! Thanks for sharing. I did something similar with getting the kids to make 'goo' then write a procedure on how we did it. I would love to do this, and you could link it with procedural texts & explanations too!!!

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    1. Absolutely! It is so fun and gave way to great discussions! The kit is only 9.99 too!

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  3. I love doing science experiments! I'm going to check out his site. thanks!

    Barbara
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers

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    1. Barbara, I love this site! And the books with the experiments are AMAZING!

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  4. Thanks for sharing!! Steve Spangler Science is awesome!! :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  5. Just discovered Steve Spangler science. He taught me how to tye die with a sharpie and we made matching socks for a volleyball tournament.

    Laurie
    Chickadee Jubilee

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