Middle School/High School
Hi, folks! We’re just popping in to let you know there’s no butter way to keep students focused on learning than with the star of all movie snacks. (Sorry if that was a bit corny – let’s move on.)
Here’s a lesson plan students will love. It’s a quick activity for middle- and high-schoolers that uses popcorn to uncover three different ways heat can be transferred – conduction, convection, and radiation. They’ll learn about thermal energy, you’ll get a great-smelling classroom, and everyone gets to eat the results.
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Heat Transfer Activity
Observe transfer of heat under different conditions.
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Ice Cream Making Kit: A Heat Transfer Experiment
Using this kit, students use a simple technique to create edible ice cream and learn about heat transfer, phase change, and insulation along the way.