Elementary Science Olympiad Save the Ice Activity

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In this activity, participants will work independently or in pairs to construct a container for an icecube in an effort to keep the ice frozen as long as possible using home or classroom materials. This activity can be use competitively or non-competitively. The lesson plan can be supplemented with the Science Olympiad At Home Save the Ice video on the Science Olympiad TV You Tube channel.

This activity is suited for the classroom, an afterschool program, or at-home learning. 

Elementary Science Olympiad allows students, teachers and families an opportunity to explore the world of STEM in classroom, club, community or competitive settings. Signature Science Olympiad events like Mystery Powders, Gummi Bear Long Jump, Straw Towers, Metric Mastery and Don’t Bug Me bring core science concepts to life using everyday materials. Designed to be inclusive, welcoming and accessible to novice learners and educators, the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards-aligned Elementary Science Olympiad curriculum will fit the needs of any school, after-school program or library. Visit https://www.soinc.org/programs/elementary for more information.

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