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Experimenting with Quicksand

Item Number: CRSHM14-RS025
 

Date Submitted: 01/06/2015

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Pharaoh ordered the Jews to build the cities Pisom and Raamses. Because the land was swampy, the buildings sank into the ground. To better understand what happened let’s experiment with quicksand! The students will concoct a corn starch based recipe with the properties of quicksand. The mixture will act as a solid or a liquid depending on the rate of movement of those interacting with it. See a "How-To" video below.

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  • 1 cup of corn starch
  • Large bowl and mixing spoon
  • ½ cup water
  • Measuring cup
  • Red and green food coloring (optional)
  • Paper towels (this is going to get messy!)

 

 

 

Publisher: Walder Education
Founding Director: Mrs. Rouhama Garelick
 
Created: Rivkie Schecter
Photography: Avrohom Gershon
Video: Avrohom Gershon

 

 

 

Size: 8.5"x11"
Language: English and Hebrew
Language Style: Ashkenaz
Gender: N/A
Color: Color
Grade(s): Pre-2nd
3rd-5th
Resource Type(s): Curriculum Materials
Subject(s): Parshah, Shemos, Science

 

 

 

Goals and Objectives: The students will mix ingredients to form a substance that reacts to pressure. They will compare its response to varying speeds of movement and note what happens to objects placed on its surface.

 

 

 

Contents: 4-8.5x11-Color Paper Not Laminated
(To view page sizes in PDF, hover over the bottom left corner of the page.)
Page Scaling: None (Do Not Fit to Printable Area)
Notes: Some cutting and assembly may be required.
Laminated items will require trimming.
Items larger than 11x17 inches may require a large format printer.

 

 
 
 
 
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