Put approximately 1 tablespoon of water into the empty pop bottle. Then put the bottle into a microwave oven and turn the oven on high. Boil the water in the bottle until the water is almost gone.
Fill one of the jars about half way up with tap water. Put two of the glass rods into the water. Look through the jar at the rods. You can see them fairly clearly.
You can make as much bubble solution as you want by mixing it in the following proportions:
There is a small air bubble inside the packet. When the packet is inside the bottle and you are not squeezing, the bubble is large enough that it will make the packet float very nicely.
If your cat does not seem to mind being pushed around the floor (NOT by the tail!) get him/her. (Note: please don't do anything that upsets your cat! If the cat objects, STOP!)
Take one of the sheets of card stock and fold it in half long ways. Cut the sheet of card stock in half along this line.
First of all, do this experiment with adult supervision. If you are not careful with this experiment, you can burn yourself or someone else. This experiment can be done in a safe manner if some common sense is used.
Laboratory exercises dealing with the properties of water suitable for A.P. Biology, A.P. Chemistry, and introductory college biology and chemistry
Take one of the cans in your left hand and one of the cans in your right.
Take the straw and the scissors, and cut off the tip of the straw to a point, like so.