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lesley taylor

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Lemon Juice and Bicarbonate soda

Change and Reaction Lemon and Bicarbonate Soda experiment looking at change and reaction when mixing different resources. This week we are going to be making a simple experiment to see the change and reaction to materials when they are mixed together. Pour some baking soda in the bottom of a container. Slowly pour the food colour in and note the reaction then add the lemon juice and see what happens to the bicarbonate soda. This activity is good for practicing PD skills of pouring. Understanding the World Can comment and ask questions about some of the things they have observed. (30-50) Developing an understanding of change. (30-50) Looks closely at similarities, differences, pattern, and change. (40-60) Communication and Language. Questions why things happen. (30-50) Is able to follow two-part instruction. (30-50) Uses talk to organize, sequence and clarify thinking ideas feelings, and events. (40-60) Physical Development Uses one-handed tools and equipment with some control. (30-50) Understands that equipment and tools have to be used safely (30-50) Handles tool, objects, and malleable materials safely with increasing control. (40-60)shows an understanding of the need for safety when tackling new challenges. (40-60) PSED Can select and use activities and resources independently. (30-50)

Pre-K, Home Learning
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