Scroll Back to the Top of This Page Skip to content

1st Grade Science Learning Activity: Evaporation

This is a great experiment to try at home. Some compounds will bound with water molecules. When you evaporate the water some compounds will form crystals.

Complete the activity online, then try a hands-on version by placing these common household items in containers. Mix with water and wait for the evaporation process to take place. Which mixtures evaporate and which do not? Did you see the same results in real life as in this online lab?

Click here for full screen

To learn more about K12 online schooling, click here to register for an event in your area.

Students learn to perform experiments and record observations, and understand how scientists see the natural world. They germinate seeds to observe plant growth, and make a weathervane. Students will explore topics such as:

  • Matter—states of matter; mixtures and solutions
  • Weather—cloud formation; the water cycle
  • Animal Classification and Adaptation—insects; amphibians and reptiles; birds; mammals
  • Habitats—forests, deserts, rain forests, grasslands, and more; naturalist John Muir and conservation
  • Oceans—waves and currents; coasts; coral reefs and kelp forests; oceanographer Jacques Cousteau
  • Plants—germination, functions of roots, stems, flowers, chlorophyll, and more
  • Human Body—major systems; Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman doctor
  • Light—how light travels; reflections; inventor Thomas Edison

Request a free catalog of K-12 Courses

Request the Scope & Sequence for a course



Related Article

Popular Articles

Sorry, we couldn't find any posts. Please try a different search.

1st Grade Science Learning Activity: Evaporation

%d bloggers like this: