Come Shine with Us: Floor Polish Testing and Industrial Science To Teach Critical Thinking
Middle schoolers discover that science relates to everyday life and see testing procedures used in an industrial laboratory. Students compare various brands of household and industrial floor polishes for specific criteria.
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