For Grades 4-6: Water Exploration Stations

December 2008
Science & Children;Dec2008, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p18
Academic Journal
Science Experiment
The article provides an experiment for elementary students on the adhesion and cohesion of water. It provides instruction for the educators on the experiment to be done. Educators should explain to the students how to do the experiment properly to obtain successful outcome. The experiment requires the following materials: two cups, water, string, and bucket. After the experiment, educators should instruct the students to write on their observations and learning on the experiment.


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