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Stacy Shirley

Student Instructions

Water vs Vegetable Oil

1. Click the green add button 2. Draw your prediction Glass #1 - 1st vegetable oil, 2nd water Glass #2 - 1st water, 2nd vegetable oil 3. Record your prediction 4. Click the green check mark to save your work 5. After you are done experimenting/talking to the teacher record a comment on your prediction to say what happened.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, Science
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Experiment #6: Water vs Vegetable Oil 2 glasses Glass #1 – fill half full with water Glass #2 – fill half full with vegetable oil Add vegetable oil to Glass #1 (Before adding: “What will happen?”) – Vegetable Oil stays on top Add water to Glass #2 (Before adding: “What will happen?”) – Vegetable Oil moves to top Because vegetable oil is less dense it floats on top of water. (www.thestemlaboratory.com)