Camilla Lundahl

Camilla Lundahl

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website to use when teaching how viruses invade the body

How a Virus Infects You.In the lytic cycle, the virus reproduces itself using the host cell's chemical machinery. The red spiral lines in the drawing indicate the virus's genetic material. The orange portion is the outer shell that protects it.

OOBLECK. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch and 1 cup water in a bowl. To color oobleck, add a few drops of food coloring to the water before adding to the cornstarch. Takes some effort to mix the water and cornstarch. Oobleck defies Newton’s third law of motion–for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. If you quickly smack oobleck with your hand it immediately turns into a solid, instead of splashing or moving. If you slowly move oobleck it reacts like a liquid.

This stuff is amazing. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch and 1 cup water in a bowl. To color it, add a few drops of food coloring. This defies Newton’s third law of motion–for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Oobleck Science: Solid or Liquid?   5th Grade Physical Science      Download Activity 12345based on 38 ratings   See more activities in: Fifth Grade, Physical Science   Did you know that you can change matter? Think about what happens when salt is added to an icy road on a cold winter day. It makes the snow and ice melt faster.  What happens when you get a haircut? You look different, but the hair is still made up of the same substance as before the cut- just less of it.  How about

oobleck for Dr Seuss' birthdaythat occurs! What You Need: 1 cup cornstarch 1 bowl 1 glass of water plastic container-like an old, empty yogurt tub food coloring (optional) newspaper to cover the table

112 Cartoon Elements Make Learning The Periodic Table Fun. These are so cool, check them out!

112 Cartoon Elements Make Learning The Periodic Table Fun. These are awesome, incredibly creative. The art is crisp and stunning. This should be in print and a staple of any science classroom! <-- That would have made Chemistry so much fun and easier