august, 2020

tue04aug3:00 PMONLINE EVENT: KITCHEN SCIENCE - PART 13:00 PM

Event Details

​Kitchen Science is a 3-part series on ways to have fun and learn science in the kitchen.  Adult supervision and permission is necessary with many of these experiments. Please be aware that foods with known allergic reactions may be used in some experiments. As always, when conducting any science experiment in the kitchen be sure to take all necessary safety precautions. This is an online event that you can conveniently watch on our website, our Facebook page, or our YouTube channelhttps://www.facebook.com/events/613828516200382/

Part 1 of a 3-part Kitchen Science series – If You Cannot Take the Heat Make Cold Science Experiments in Your Kitchen.

Dry Ice Ice Cream- Learn about the properties of dry ice and CO2 and it’s effects on liquids. Why do we need to use the freezer to “melt” or “warm up” our ice cream before we eat it? How is dry ice ice cream different from ice cream made with rock salt and churned?

Fibonacci Lemonade- AKA Layered Lemonade Learn about Fibonacci and the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. See examples of the Fibonacci sequence in nature. How is this experiment related to density?

Time

(Tuesday) 3:00 PM

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