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Introduction to Chemical Reactions
Early Learners

Introduction to Chemical Reactions

Grade K ages 4-6:  Students will learn the basics of chemical reactions and
perform hands-on activities to demonstrate what they have learned.

Featured:

Students will use baking soda and vinegar to conduct a chemical reaction. Students then use a chemical reaction between an Alka seltzer tablet and water to launch a film canister rocket. These activities create a “wow” experience for the students.

Details:

  •       Program available for Grade K ages 4-6
  •       This program is available by appointment only
Field Trip
At SEE
$10 per student
  • One hour program with SEE instructor followed by half an hour of explore time in the SEE Science Center.
  • Min 15, Max 35 students.
  • Safety protocols and procedures are in place, and SEE is operating at a limited capacity.
Outreach
Program
$10 per student
  • SEE instructor comes to your location for a one hour program. Student materials will be provided for each student to use during the program.
  • Min 15, Max 35 students.
  • Additional charge of $0.55 per mile.
  • Limited to a 30 mile radius of the SEE Science Center. Red zone exclusions may apply.

Connections:

Learners make estimates, measure and pour ingredients and observe and consider the structure and properties of matter.  They plan and carry out the steps necessary to experience a chemical reaction in their own hands.  (NGSS PS1-1 and PS1-2)