Tuesday, December 3, 2013

A very "cool" science experiment!

written by Erik (Grade 1) and David (Grade 2)
Patrick came to Room 114 and Room 130 on Friday.  He did a dry ice experiment.  You can't touch dry ice or your hand and fingers will freeze off!  Patrick used gloves!
When Patrick poured dry ice, warm water and soap into a container it made bubbles and steam.  When you clapped the bubbles, they would turn into steam.  It looked cool!  Thank you for showing us a Science experiment!

written by Danalee (Grade 4)
On Friday, Patrick brought in dry ice to our class.  We learned that if you put dish soap in it, it bubbles.  An orange and dry ice makes the orange freeze.  Dry ice and water make smoke.  We were following the scientific process.  It rocked!
written by Matthew (Grade 3)
Today we got dry ice.  Patrick brought it in.  We had to follow a "Scientific Process."  It was difficult.  We had to follow this ~ facts, question, hypothesis, materials, procedure, observations and conclusion.
We made smoke and bubbles!  It was fun!!!!


1 comment:

  1. Wow! I loved it so much that when they pop they make steam! Even if you think its boreding its amazing! love love love! From Owens Poloski
    Computer And him. (: