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Friday
Mar302012

Stacking Liquids

Can saltwater, water, alcohol, and shampoo be stacked? This is a very simple student inquiry activty (and one of my students' favorites) that can be done in class (download handout). 

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Excellent way to teach liquid density to high school students. Teachers can assess understanding several ways.

Bryce McMinn Teacher

May 15, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBryce McMinn Teacher

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