Emotional Science – Using Science to Represent Emotions

Kids love science experiments so I thought why not add a twist to it!

Students get a chance to do some fun mini-science experiments while also be able to reflect on some different emotions.

In this FREE RESOURCE, students will have a lab notebook where they will follow simple steps and procedures for 5 different experiments.

Then, they will try to guess which emotion the experiment represents. The page following each experiment will reveal the answer and will also share a little bit about the science behind the experiment and then there are some reflection questions.

This is a sweet and simple way to make science fun and allow for students to work on their emotional growth!

Perfect for young kids!

Click Here to Download from TPT

Click Here to Download from Google Drive

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