"Dry Ice" Trailer

Students discover how to make a hollow ice egg, how soap bubbles can float in mid air, how to make fog, and how to make eerie noises. This relates to solids, liquids, gases, sublimation, condensation, dew point, freezing point, vibrations, clouds, greenhouse effect, and respiration. This video also includes one of Mr. Mac’s crazy stories, “The Leprechaun Olympics,” to help students remember the lesson. This is the most popular lesson in our curriculum! Difficulty: Easy

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