This demonstration only uses a few kitchen items and requires very little set up and clean up time. It’s perfect for little scientist-artists who are always looking for new activities and wondering how they work.
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- Milk (whole or 2%)
- Dinner plate
- Food colouring (red, yellow, green, blue)
- Dish-washing soap (Dawn brand works well)
- Cotton swabs
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This activity is intended for Grade 9 D/P level courses.
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Cartesian divers are great toys that can be used to teach important science concepts. Several variations of Cartesian divers are on the market. Imagine that you and your classmates are members of a research and development team at a toy company and are challenged to design a new 7 Cartesian diver toy. Continue reading