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Laurena Lakeside

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I design/create/write and rewrite resources to help aid educators. Pre-K to Grade 6 is our field of expertise. Activities, Lesson Plans, Posters, ClipArt, Maths, English - There is something for everyone!

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I design/create/write and rewrite resources to help aid educators. Pre-K to Grade 6 is our field of expertise. Activities, Lesson Plans, Posters, ClipArt, Maths, English - There is something for everyone!
Science Equipment Labels: Ideal for Upper Elementary Upwards: STEAM
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Science Equipment Labels: Ideal for Upper Elementary Upwards: STEAM

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These modern Science equipment labels will add the wow factor to any Science/STEM lab. It’s not just your students who will be impressed with these science labels, be the envy of your colleagues! What you will be getting: 36 Science Equipment Labels 4 labels to 1 sheet Some examples of the equipment labels you can expect: Cylinders Measuring Cups Measuring Spoons Tube Spring Scales Test Tube Rack Plastic Beakers Plastic Erlenmeyer Flasks Compasses Tape Measure Rain Gauge Sand Timer Thermometer 24 more science equipment labels ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ Copyright © Laurena Lakeside. All rights reserved by author. Permission to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. If you have any questions about this resource, please contact me at laurenalakeside@gmail.com
Separate Salt from Water - STEM Activity - STEM Experiment
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Separate Salt from Water - STEM Activity - STEM Experiment

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Can you really separate salt from water? Is it possible once the salt has been dissolved? Please note this involves hot water - that’s why its graded between 3 and 5. This is suitable for younger students if supervised. This experiment could also take a few days to see results. Best done over two lessons (not back to back). Throughout this experiment your students will test two theories. Those who think you can separate salt from water will be on a quest to prove the theory right. Those who think it cannot be separated will also be on a quest to prove their theory right. What’s included in this resource Teacher Notes Material + Checklist and Prediction sheet Experiment instructions Conclusion sheet Assessment of knowledge sheet - Did your students actually understand the experiment they performed Please note: Watermarks/blurred images will not be in your downloaded file! All files are in PDF. This resource will download as a zip folder. Online Platforms – Stop by and say ‘Hi’ we love to hear from you <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Facebook ----- Pinterest ----- Twitter ----- Website — Instagram