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Exploring Salt Properties

Item Number: CRVAY15-RS044
 

Date Submitted: 05/06/2015

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The Torah prohibits the consumption of blood. Salt is used to draw blood out of the meat in the koshering process before the meat can be consumed. In this art and science experiment, the students will observe salt soaking up moisture. They will sprinkle salt onto a white glue design and drop colored water onto the salt and observe the reaction.

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Publisher: Walder Education
Founding Director: Mrs. Rouhama Garelick
 
Author: Rivkie Schecter
Created: http://spoonful.com
Photography: Rabbi Avraham Gershon

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

Goals and Objectives: The students will discover that salt absorbs moisture and relate this experience to the use of salt in the meat koshering process.
 

 

Contents: 4-8.5x11 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.

 

 
  • White paper (template attached)
  • White school glue
  • Water colored with food coloring
  • Salt (salt shakers would be ideal)
  • Eye-droppers (available at the pharmacy)
 
 
 
 
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