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Equipment

Activity 1

- Ice cubes

- Paper cups

-Thermometer

-Bubble wrap

-Tin foil

-Kettle/boiling water

-Pen & Paper

- Paper cups

-Thermometer

-Bubble wrap

-Tin foil

-Kettle/boiling water

-Pen & Paper

Observing an ice cube

-Groups of 4

-Each group had to write 8 observations about an ice cube

-Each group had to write 8 observations about an ice cube

Equipment

Activity 1

- Ice cubes

- Paper cups

-Thermometer

-Bubble wrap

-Tin foil

-Kettle/boiling water

-Pen & Paper

- Paper cups

-Thermometer

-Bubble wrap

-Tin foil

-Kettle/boiling water

-Pen & Paper

Observing an ice cube

-Groups of 4

-Each group had to write 8 observations about an ice cube

-Each group had to write 8 observations about an ice cube

Activity 2

Activity 3

What will happen to the temperature of water if we add ice cubes?

-Place thermometer in cup of water

-Add one ice cube

-Record temperature every minute for 5 minutes

-Place thermometer in cup of water

-Add one ice cube

-Record temperature every minute for 5 minutes

What is the best incubator to keep the water cold?

-Cover one cup of water with bubble wrap

-Cover one cup of water with tinfoil

-Cover one cup of water with cotton wool

-Record temperature of each at the beginning and after 5 minutes

-Cover one cup of water with tinfoil

-Cover one cup of water with cotton wool

-Record temperature of each at the beginning and after 5 minutes

Activity 2

Activity 3

What will happen to the temperature of water if we add ice cubes?

-Place thermometer in cup of water

-Add one ice cube

-Record temperature every minute for 5 minutes

-Place thermometer in cup of water

-Add one ice cube

-Record temperature every minute for 5 minutes

What is the best incubator to keep the water cold?

-Cover one cup of water with bubble wrap

-Cover one cup of water with tinfoil

-Cover one cup of water with cotton wool

-Record temperature of each at the beginning and after 5 minutes

-Cover one cup of water with tinfoil

-Cover one cup of water with cotton wool

-Record temperature of each at the beginning and after 5 minutes