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Introduction to Density
Early Learners

Introduction to Density

Grade K ages 4-6:  Students will be introduced to density and
what makes an object sink or float (or flink, which is neither float or
sink).

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Students will test out different objects to see what will
sink or float. We will also use raisins and carbonated soda to create a reaction that allows the raisins to sink then float and then sink again. This will be followed by an egg experiment using salt that will allow the egg to neither sink nor float.

Details: 

  • Program is available for Garde 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 and observe density.  (NGSS PS1-1 and PS1-2)