Reading is exercise for the mind!
Earlier this week we made “eggs in a baggy” to learn about how temperature can affect certain materials. We broke 2 eggs into a sturdy freezer quality bag, then sealed the bag. The eggs came out of the shells as a liquid. We mushed them around with our fingers on the outside of the ziploc bag. Once they were well mixed we placed them in a big pot of boiling water. After a few minutes, the liquid started to change, it turned to a lighter color and started to become more solid. Once the egg mixture in the baggy became fully solid, we carefully removed it from the hot water and slipped it onto a plate. We added shredded cheese and voila… mess free omelets!
What a delicious way to start our day!
Halloween is just around the corner, its almost time to choose the perfect pumpkin and create a jack-o-lantern!
I used Google Drawings to create these pumpkins.
I challenge to create some silly or scary pumpkins.