CuriOdyssey Science Workshop- Explore Melting Ice

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This science workshop is for children K-2

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This cool experiment with frozen water will have your kids singing ice, ice baby

Ice. It’s not just the theme of a pseudo-rap song from the 90’s. In this experiment, your kids can come out of the cold and explore this common freezer staple.

Whatever the weather outside or song stuck in your head, your child will have tons of fun with this icy investigation. Using just a bit of water, your freezer and found objects from around the house, they can melt away the hours learning about solids, liquids and the properties of water.

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Wide-mouthed container that can hold 1-2 cups water (old sour cream tubs or yogurt containers are ideal)

Water-tight tub, bowl, or baking pan

Cup of tap water

Cup of hot water

Metal objects (e.g. bolts, washers, spoons, pennies, copper pipe)

Wooden objects (e.g. craft sticks, toothpicks)

Table salt

Optional: Thermometer, food coloring, other materials for testing such as rocks, plastic toys, anything smaller than your hand that you don’t mind getting wet!

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