Detergents: Kitchen Science Series
Catalogue Number: 992237
Producer: Educational Voice
Producing Agencies: Learning Mole
Grade Level: PreK - 2, 3 - 5
Country Of Origin: United Kingdom
Copyright Year: 2022
Running Time: 11:54
A kitchen is the perfect place for children to see science in action. In this animated program, Aaron and Olivia visit Dr. Franklin to learn how bubbles are made. How do soap molecules clean our plates and clothes? Find out in this experiment. When you add dish soap to the water it lowers the surface tension of the water. The water molecules try to stick together and move away from the soap while carrying the dirt with them! Terms learned include: emulsification, molecules, surfactant, and surface tension. A recap and quiz at end of the program helps students retain the information.
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