Do your students enjoy slime but your looking for other ways to incorporate science into it besides states of matter or non-newtonian fluids? Why not check out these slime science centers where you can address 18 different science concepts! These activities will definitely engage your students!
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In this activity, students take 4 different slimes, (slime A, B, C, and D) and test them through a variety of slime science centers. At the end, they make their own slime and see which slime (slime A, B, C, or D) it is most like. Then as an extension activity, they determine which slime (slime A, B, C, or D) was the best and try to persuade their classmates based on their reasonings from the science centers.
These slime science centers are very flexible for your students’ needs. They can be used whole group, in rotations, small groups, or even day by day. It’s not necessary to use all the science stations included. I just wanted to make sure you had a variety of science concepts!
Included in this resource are these science centers:
*The Sink Test Center
*The Transfer Test Center
*The Stretch Test Center
*The Conformity Test Center
*The Bounce Test Center
*The Magnetic Test Center
*The Bending Test Center
*The Observation Test Center
*The Force of Gravity Test
*The Acids and Bases Test
*The Volume Test
*The Wetness Test
*The Bubble Test
*The Temperature Test
*The Mixture or Solution Test
*The Conductor or Insulator Test
*The Light Test
*The Buoyancy Test
Plus a bonus station where students make their own slime!
Included in this resource are:
*Teacher directions, set up, and suggestions for success
*8 different slime recipes that have been tested and used
*Slime center direction cards in half page and full page
*Student recording sheets (half page booklet format or full page)
*Persuasion activity for students to convince others which slime is the best
**Minimal materials are needed for these science centers and those that are needed are typically found in your classroom or home.**