Glues, Brews, and Goos: Recipes and Formulas for Almost Any Classroom Project, Volume 2

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Libraries Unlimited, 2003 - Education - 197 pages
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This second volume delivers completely new recipes and activities that have all been kid-tested and teacher-approved.

This second volume delivers completely new recipes and activities that have all been kid-tested and teacher-approved. From making volcanic rock candy and crystals to creating and using a quill pen, paper, and ink used in 1776, these activities make learning authentic and enjoyable. All projects use ingredients that are easy to find and processes that are up to date.

Chapters feature:

Clays and Doughs

Paints

For the Bugs

Crystals

Invisible Inks

Candles

Dried Flowers

Recycled Paper and Paper Projects

Science Projects

Geology Fun

Making Musical Instruments

Colonial Times Projects

Candy

Fruit Preserves

Treats that Students Can Make

And more!

The ultimate resource for almost any classroom project, this book will prove an indispensable tool for teachers, librarians, and parents. Grades K-8"

 

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Contents

Chapter 2 Glues and Pastes
18
Chapter 3 Paints
26
Chapter 4 For the Birds
39
Chapter 5 For the Bugs
43
Chapter 6 Crystals
47
Chapter 7 NonNewtonian Fluids and Slimes
52
Chapter 8 Bubbles and Bubble Solutions
57
Chapter 9 Invisible Inks
60
Chapter 16 Science Projects
103
Chapter 17 Snow Globes
115
Chapter 18 Geology Fun
118
Chapter 19 Making Musical Instruments
122
Chapter 20 Colonial Times Projects
129
Chapter 21 Candy
139
Chapter 22 Fruit Preserves
150
Chapter 23 Syrups
156

Chapter 10 Candles
64
Chapter 11 Dried Flowers
69
Chapter 12 Activities About Other Times and Other Cultures
74
Chapter 13 Face and Body Paints
83
Chapter 14 Recycled Paper and Paper Projects
87
Chapter 15 Growing Plants
96
Chapter 24 Pickles Sauerkraut Mustards and Horseradish
161
Chapter 25 Treats That Students Can Make
168
Chapter 26 Miscellaneous
185
Bibliography
195
About the Author
197
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About the author (2003)

IANA F. MARKS lives in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. She is employed by the Council Rock School District in Bucks County Pennsylvania where she teaches elementary age gifted children.

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