Did you know if you mix milk with Red Bull, the milk will curdle? Pour milk (whole milk works best) into a glass. Then, pour Red Bull on top. Let the solution sit for five minutes. The acid in the Red Bull causes the protein (casein) in the milk to separate. This is a great experiment to do with a states of matter unit. Kids can see a liquid change into a solid. Below, Mr. Mishler's second grade class tested Red Bull on five types of milk.
States of Matter Freebies- Graphic Organizer and Flip Book for your states of matter unit! Lots of ideas for use- Students can go on a hunt around the school to search for different states of matter and record them on the graphic organizer or use for notes and review!
Who'll be sat round your Neverending table this Christmas? The funny uncle, the game-for-a-laugh gran and a few excitable kids for good measure. Whoever it may be, make sure you serve a spread to remember this Christmas.
This activity called "The Life Cycle of a Snowman" would be a great way for students to observe water in its different states. I would use this as a fun activity in class to cover standard: SC.2.P.8.4 - Observe and describe water in its solid, liquid, and gaseous states.