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DESCRIPTIONS OF DIFFERENT DROPS

We have waxed paper squares, and a tray with several different liquids in small bottles with medicine droppers. When the tray comes to you, put one drop of each liquid onto your waxed paper squares.

Take a good look at the drops. Do they all look alike? Are they all the same color? Make a list of the different appearances of each liquid, especially the shapes of the
drops. Scrunch down a bit and look at the side view of the drops, and make notes on your lists.

Now get a paper towel, and touch each of your drops, wiping with the towel after touching each one. What do they feel like? Are some of them slimy? Oily? Sticky? Thick? Heavy feeling? Smell each one, and write down a word that describes the smell.

DO NOT TASTE THE LIQUIDS. SOME OF THEM ARE NOT FOR EATING.

Have any of your drops dried already? (Why?)

BE SURE TO WASH YOUR HANDS CAREFULLY, WITH SOAP, AT THE END OF THIS PROJECT.

 

 
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