Friday, January 27, 2012

Warm & Cold Water Color Science Experiment #2

 Our second science experiment from the Big Bag of Science is Warm and Color Water Colors!


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We pulled out 2 test tubes, the tube rack, and color dissolving tablets.  Then poured warm water into one of the test tubes and cold water into the other test tube.  The experiment is to find out which tablet will dissolve faster - warm or cold water?!


The verdict: warm water


Little guy had so much fun with this experiment we had to do it AGAIN! :)


warm water on the left, cold water on the right
putting the tablets into each test tube
cold (left) vs. warm (right)

science is fun!

can we do it again?!



Then for fun, I pulled out a baster I bought at a dollar store and had him practice fine motor skills by suctioning up the water and putting it back into the cups we poured from.  And of course we did this again and again... here is a video!






Have fun and Be a Blessing!
~Bekah


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12 comments:

  1. The cause and effect experiments are so fun! I bought some corn starch to do the liquid to solid with my son but I'm waiting till he gets a little older so it doesn't get all over the place! :) fun!!!

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    1. Oooo, that's a good one - I totally forgot about that experiment. I'll have to add that to our list of science experiments! :) Thanks for bringing it up and stopping by.

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  2. It looks like fun!

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  3. Looks like he had lots of fun!

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  4. It looks like he had a great time with this.

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    1. Absolutely loved it! I really enjoyed science when in school too - so I'm having SO much fun sharing experiments with him. ;)

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  5. What a great time!! I love seeing fun Science ideas =-) Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a GREAT week,
    Beth =-)

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  7. What a fun way to do the experiment. We did this with those little sponges that the capsule dissolves one time and my kids loved that too.

    Thanks for linking up to Science Sunday!

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