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Title: Ice Eggs


1
Ice Eggs in Science
EYFS
KS1
KS2
2
Ice Eggs for Foundation
  • Rationale for Ice Eggs in EYFS
  • Ice Egg Hunt
  • Playing with Ice Eggs
  • Cross Curricular links

3
Rationale EYFS
  • During this early stage children will need time
    to play with the ice eggs before you introduce an
    activity.
  • Children can use their sense to explore the ice
    eggs.
  • Health Safety!

4
Ice Egg Hunt
  • Aim To encourage children to try and recognise
    colder/hotter places.
  • Place ice eggs in various locations and encourage
    the children to think where would be the best
    place to try and hide an ice egg.
  • After children have gone on their ice egg hunt,
    ask the children where they think a bad place to
    hide an ice egg would be.

5
Playing with Ice Eggs
  • Aim Encourage the children to observe changes in
    the ice eggs.
  • Provide children with different materials such as
    sand, water, hot water bottles etc.
  • See what they notice about the effects these
    materials have on the ice eggs.

6
Cross Curricular Links
  • Ice Egg Art Provide children with different
    diluted coloured dyes to pour over their ice
    egg.
  • Make your own ice eggs, play with different
    shapes and sizes.

7
Ice Eggs for KS1
  • Rationale for Ice Eggs in KS1
  • Alien Egg Investigation
  • Recording Results
  • Cross Curricular links

8
Rationale for Ice eggs in KS1
  • To develop scientific enquiry skills.
  • Tell children you have been given two different
    types of alien eggs by scientist that need their
    help. One alien egg is good as must survive, one
    is dangerous and must be destroyed!
  • Fair test
  • Observing results
  • Recording results

9
Alien Egg Investigation
  • Aim Children to carry out their own
    investigation in to where to put an alien egg
    they want to survive and where to put one that
    they dont.
  • Encourage Children to come up with predictions,
    other than just putting the alien eggs in to
    hot/cold places? (hot/cold water).
  • As a class decide on method timings for
    experiment, how to make it a fair test etc.

10
Calling all Stars and Space Explorers!
  • We have received a batch of frozen good alien
    eggs which must survive and a batch of frozen
    dangerous alien eggs which must not survive !

What planet do you think we should put the good
alien eggs on?
What planet do you think we should put the
dangerous alien eggs on?
Mars
Earth
Venus
Mercury
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto
11
Recording Results
What was my question?
Draw a picture of what we did
Draw a picture of our results
  • Which type of planet would we want to put the
    good alien egg on?
  • Which type of planet would we put the dangerous
    alien egg on?

12
Cross Curricular Links
  • Alien Egg Art Draw a picture of the alien you
    think either of the eggs belong to.
  • Literacy Write a poem about the frozen planet
    these ice alien eggs have come from.

13
Ice Eggs for KS2
  • Rationale for Ice Eggs in KS2
  • Fresh Water Ice Eggs Vs Salt Water Ice Eggs
  • Cross Curricular links

14
Rationale for Ice Eggs in KS2
  • To learn what happens when you freeze water and
    what happens when it melts.
  • Using appropriate scientific language and terms
    including SI units of measurement.
  • Recording continuous data.

15
Fresh Water Ice Eggs Vs Salt Water Ice Eggs
  • Make one ice egg using fresh water and one with
    water that has had salt added to it.
  • Put both in the freezer having made predications
    as to which one will freeze best and why.
  • Because it needs to be much colder for salt water
    to freeze the fresh water Ice egg should freeze
    first
  • Links helps explain why the Antarctic ice sheet
    is frozen even though salt doesnt freeze.

16
Cross Curricular Links
  • PE Ice dance to frozen music.
  • Geography Melting polar ice caps and climate
    change.
  • Numeracy Calculating and comparing temperature.

17
Resources
  • http//www.climatelab.co.uk/p/ice_cap_meltdown.pdf
  • http//www.climatelab.co.uk/
  • http//primaryscience.net/
  • http//www.primaryinteractive.co.uk/science.htm
  • http//www.primaryresources.co.uk/science/science.
    htm
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