When Life gives you Lemons:
Type of Reactor:
Did the Voltmeter turn
Lemon (physical change)
Record results of the Experiment in the following chart:
Did the lemon battery work?
How did the physical change to the lemon e
When Life Gives You Lemons.
SOL: 4.3 The student will investigate and understand the characteristics of electricity. Key
concepts include: b) basic circuits (open/closed, parallel/series);
The student will plan and conduct investigations in which
*Only needed for the extra credit.
1. Fill two cups each half full with
2. Place an egg into each cup.
3. Set one cup aside and using the
spoon, pour salt into the othe
Materials: 2 eggs, 2 cups, salt, water,
1. Fill the two cups halfway with water
and place one egg into each cup.
2. Set one cup to the side and using the
spoon, pour salt into the other cup,
one spoonful at a time.
3. Compare th
Several colors of tempera paint
Metal pan cookie sheet or plastic tray
Two large wooden blocks
Adult1. Mix two parts tempera paint and o
1. The Magic School Bus: Amazing Magnetism by Rebecca Carmi
This book is a fun-filled story that is a familiar series to many students and is a
crowd pleaser. It is full of great facts about magnets while still bringing in
Are You Magnetic?
Students will be able to:
Follow the scientific process by making predictions,
conducting an experiment, and recording results.
Identify when a magnet attracts an object and when it does
Explain the meaning of magnetic