Freezing, melting and boiling - make ice cream!
Learn about the physics of freezing, boiling and melting: make ice cream!
+ Make ice cream (yes, it will be edible)!
+ conduct experiments to learn about freezing points
+Watch exciting demonstrations!
+ The older groups will also learn about heating curves and plotting graphs
Your home-education journal is already written!
In your booking confirmation email you'll receive a summary of the keywords, key concepts and student activities planned for this session. You can simply copy, paste and adapt it for your home-education journal and use it to help you discuss the learning with your child afterwards.
Tuesday 4th July
8-12s group: 1 - 1:50pm (UK GMT)
11-16s group: 2:10 - 3pm (UK GMT)
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Equipment (To join an entirely optional practical)
It is a good idea to have a whiteboard or paper, pen, ruler and calculator to hand in each session.
- Ice cubes (approx. 2 trays full / 25 cubes, straight from the freezer, not plastic coated or gel ones, they need to be able to melt)
- A piece of string (10cm ish)
- A small plate
- A medium sized mixing bowl
- A tall narrow glass (pint glass or similar, the narrower the better)
- A long spoon
- Salt: At least 10 heaped tablespoons. Any will do but the coarser the better (road salt is fine)
- Full fat milk (approx 100 mL (dairy free alternatives should work too)
- A teaspoon of sugar or sweetener
- Flavouring (vanilla extract, fruit puree or sauce...)
- A thermometer, if you have two, even better!
- You might want a cloth / towel to hand in case of spills
Links suggest sources of appropriate resources
What might younger students need help with?
Taking care with pouring and stirring and adding ingredients. Clearing any spills.
Price is for one device (screen) to join for one session.
Upon booking you will receive a photography consent form and opportunity to let us know about any Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).