Thursday, May 1, 2014

Top Ten Household Items #2

#2 on the Top Ten List of Household Items to Use in Your Science Classroom is:

Pennies

Pennies have so many great uses in the classroom!  What can you add to the list?


Penny boats
Penny Passengers
Genetics Penny Flip
Inertia Penny Finger
Penny Knock Out
Penny in a Cup
Drops on a Penny
Half-Life Model
Spot the Penny (refraction)
Projectile Motion
Penny in a Balloon
Salt, Vinegar and Pennies (chemical changes)
Balance a Lever

Comment on this post to be entered to win a prize box containing most of the Top Ten Items.  And remember, if your comment contains an additional use (not mentioned above) for pennies in the science classroom, you'll receive a bonus entry!

2 comments:

  1. We also use pennies on a continual basis - so I just leave them in a container in various states of green and sticky until I need them! The are perfect for investigating heat transfer when we work with ice balloons (http://www.exploratorium.edu/afterschool/activities/docs/iceballoons.pdf ) and always a great way to measure how much weight a bridge can handle! And just pennies per pieces!

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  2. @ArianaMariexxx I fucking love you , 3 MORE DAYS TILL I HOLD THOSE TITTIES AGAIN :D <3

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