Reflection: Student Feedback Jell-O Investigation - Section 4: Wrap Up


The students really enjoyed this experiment. In conferencing with the students about the lesson, they shared that they liked that the materials were household items that they could use at home to share with their parents. They also shared that they enjoy working with food and snacks because it makes the experiment more fun.

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Jell-O Investigation

Unit 6: Changes to Physical Properties
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to investigate and collect data on different degrees of heat required to cause specific changes to the observable properties of objects or materials.

Big Idea: Students will place Jell-O in three different cups of water at different temperatures and observe the changes.

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Science, Physical Science, engineering, heating, observable properties
  46 minutes
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