Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Rainbow Candy Investigations

Are you looking for a quick, engaging science activity for your students?  If so, you'll love this!

This quick science experiment happens in minutes and provides students with lots to write about.

 Using a package of rainbow candies (I used Skittles) arrange them on a plate.  Add water and VOILA watch the magic happen!

I have included two templates that work for my outcomes and students but have also included an editable Powerpoint in the download.
Three recording options are included - no lines, lines and primary lines.
Differentiation will be a snap!

The page could also be glued into an interactive science notebook.

You can learn more about this in my TPT store HERE.
As always, I'll send a copy of this new learning pack to the first 3 people who comment on this post.  Don't forget your email!


  1. Good Morning, I LOVE the science investigation and would really appreciate the pack. It will spark our theme focus on colour mixing, rainbows, scientific method, liquids and solids and many more. Thanks for the post. Marsha.....ivanym49@gmail.com

  2. This looks awesome! I love doing hands-on science experiments with my students.


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    1. Thanks for being a faithful follower! Just sent it to you - enjoy!