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Level: ECE/Toddler
Grades: Pre-K | Age: 2-5 | Written by: Jantje Blokhuis-Mulder
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Children will conduct an experiment where they watch ice turn to water.

What You Need:

•A hot plate or a microwave oven
•Ice cubes
•A pot or microwave-safe dish

What You Do:

Note: You could do this activity by just placing an ice cube (or snow) on a tray inside and let it melt over time. The heat just speeds the process.

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