Runny Liquids

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  • planning board - marble
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An industry making a solution based on a wood resin which needs to meet specific criteria for optimum manufacturing conditions forms the basis for the children's activities. They learn about the properties of liquids and try a range of tests including classification, investigating viscosity and the effects of warming.

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Runny Liquids

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Runny Liquids: Introduction PowerPoint icon (PowerPoint) 323 kB Presentation to introduce the Runny Liquids topic
Runny Liquids introduction: Notes PDF icon (pdf) 89 kB Teachers' notes on using Runny Liquids: Introduction
Planning board - funnel PowerPoint icon (PowerPoint) 175 kB Drag-and-drop planning board for runniness investigation - funnel method
Planning board - funnel: Notes PDF icon (pdf) 93 KB Teachers' notes on Planning board - funnel
Planning board - marble PowerPoint icon(PowerPoint) 175 kB Drag-and-drop planning board for runniness investigation - marble method
Planning board - marble: Notes PDF icon (pdf) 93 kB Teachers' notes on Planning board - marble
Using a timer PowerPoint icon(PowerPoint) 361 kB Presentation on using a timer
Using a timer: Notes PDF icon (pdf) 83 kB Teachers' Notes on Using a Timer

 

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