|Each child gets a clear, plastic cup, 1 raw egg and 1 cup of vinegar.|
|Of course, we spend a good bit of time talking about the importance of taking our experiment seriously like a good scientist does and how very careful we have to be with our egg before we get our egg!|
|We start by asking a big question. Exactly what do we want to know from this experiment?|
|We decide on one big question but then several more specific questions seem important, too.|
|We. add. the. egg.|
|We are amazed by the egg...|
|We start writing down our observations.|
Would you look at how seriously they are taking their notes?!
I LOVE it!!
|Look at the bubbles already forming on the shell. |
The egg is the solid, the vinegar is the liquid and the gas forms when the vinegar comes in contact with the egg for a period of time.
|Next we make our hypothesis. I forgot to take a picture of the poster...|
|We actually have several hypotheses. I liked hearing their ideas about what|
would happen to their egg.