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5 to 12 years
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#Science
#Experiments
#Layers of Earth
#Volcanoes
#Lava Lamp
#Igneous Rocks
#Edible Rocks
#Sedimentary Rocks

Enthu Kids Science Experiments Classes

Description

Course Curriculum - 

Exp1: Layers of Earth

Learning Outcome :

# Composition of Earth

#How does 

🌋

Volcano happen?

#Making you own model of Earth and it's layers using Clay

 

Exp2: All about Volcanoes

Learning Outcome :

# Composition of Earth

#How does 

🌋

Volcano happen?

#Which layer is responsible for volcanoes and lava?

Exp3: Lava Lamp & Igneous Rocks

Learning Outcome:

#What is lava? How does it look like?

# What happens to lava when it cools down?

Exp4: Edible Rocks!

Learning Outcome:

# What are different types of Rocks?

#Make your own Igneous, Sedimentary and Morpheus Rocks?

# Can we eat our rocks?

#Lets make a pet rock!

About Instructor - Ms. Shilpi is passionate about developing young science leaders of future, a multi-tasker who plays multiple roles in life with ease. She coaches young kids to develop deep love for Science as a subject and believes experiential learning is the true learning. Every child is a genius, a little explorer who wishes to explore the world through his hands and eyes.

What you require ?

Exp1: Layers of Earth


Materials required:

1. Five Colored Clay (White, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow)

2. Chalka-belan to roll small chapattis from clay i.e rolling board and rolling pin

3. A plastic scale or butter knife to cut the clay model


Exp2: All about Volcanoes


Material Required:

 Baking soda(2-3 spoons), vinegar, color (watercolor or food color or turmeric), conditioner/shampoo, one small glass, one-quarter plate, and aluminum foil


Exp3: Lava Lamp & Igneous Rocks


Materials Required:

 Lava Lamp:

1. A clean plastic or glass bottle or mason jar, try to use one with smooth sides (transparent only)

2. Water.

3. Vegetable Oil (or you could use Mineral or Baby Oil instead)

4. ENO packets (one or two)

5 Food Coloring (or water color)

6. Mobile flashlight


 Igneous Rocks:

-All-purpose flour (maida)

-Black or brown watercolor (few drops)

-Oil (any)

- Water


Exp4: Edible Rocks!


Materials Required:

Igneous Rock:

All-purpose flour (maida), Black or brown water Color, Oil (olive or refined one spoon), some water to knead the dough, a medicine cap (crocin liquid cap), a thick A4 Sheet (any color), stapler, scissors

Good to have but can be skipped: Baking Soda (half spoon), white vinegar, shampoo, turmeric/ red food color.

-Optional: a piece of granite or pumice stone


 Sedimentary Rocks:

Option1: Two bread slices (white or brown), a cheese slice, and a few gems/m&m/skittles

Option2: Two bread slices (white or brown) or two biscuits (non-cream), Nutella, gems, or edible dry fruits

-Optional: Coal, Sandstone, rock salt as an examples to show them

 Metamorphic Rocks:

A piece of marble or slate

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