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Here is an interesting lesson that has learners make ink from two common food items. First, they make ink from beets, then they make ink from onions. The recipes necessary for each are present in the plan. The special thing about the ink...
Learners discuss different styles of stained glass painting. They sketch a design, fill it in with tempera paint as a resist and pour India Ink in the unpainted areas. They wash off excess ink to reveal color. They assess their artwork.
Students put their fingerprints on ink and then on a paper and observe and discus what they see in their prints. In this fingerprints lesson plan, students see that no 2 fingerprints are alike.
Second graders compare the components of two different brands of black ink markers. They use water to separate the composite colors used to make black ink, observe and measure the differences and write a paragraph explaining their methods.
Separate water soluble ink into its color components and find that black is actually made of an array of colored pigments! This is a clever spin on the classic chromatography experiment. Use the book, Purple, Green, and Yellow, by Robert...
Young scholars explore the life of George Washington Carver and his inventions. they discover his uses for peanuts and sweet potatoes and how his inventions are still in use today. Students write letters to Carver about his inventions.
In this handwriting worksheet, students trace and practice writing the letter 'I' in upper and lower case forms. They also trace and write the word "ink" on the lines provided and describe its meaning as shown in the picture.
Students solve a mystery using evidence gathered during a science investigation. In this physical changes lesson, students analyze a note written in marker to determine the physical changes the ink from the pen underwent. Students...
Students recall and spell words with phonograms. In this literacy lesson, students read the book One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Students complete a worksheet and circle words from the text with line phonograms.