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Vijaya Nicholas

Writer's Workshop: Water Walking Experiment

Grades: 2nd Grade
Subjects: Writing

Student Instructions

Check out this awesome 'water walking' experiment using things you could find in your own home! This science experiment looks at how water absorbs and moves, and how colours mix together. Watch the video of this experiment then write instructions for how to do this activity. Remember, instructions are written for someone who needs to know how to do something and must include a list of equipment and the steps to make the experiment work. Tap on add Click on the link and watch the video about 'Water Walking Experiment' On the first page read an example on an instruction to make a sandwich. Use this as an example for writing an instruction for the "Water Walking Experiment" Look at success criteria for the writing and include it in your writing. You can either use paper to write and draw your picture or use the label and drawing to write your sentences and upload the photo Save as draft if you cannot finish it all at once. You can always come back to your draft and work on your tasks Once completed you can tap check

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Wrting prompt taken from Micaela Ann Publications - Aotearoa’s home for comprehensive literacy progressions, resources and professional development for the Year 0-3 classroom. https://www.micaelaannpublications.co.nz/lockdown