SAN ANTONIO – After doing science experiments in the KSAT News studio for over a year, it’s time to take Kaiti’s Science Lab on the road! Meteorologist Kaiti Blake visited King Elementary on Wednesday for another live science experiment.
Kaiti -- along with a class full of fifth graders -- tried a super fun and simple experiment that showed the physical changes and reactions that happen when clouds form within the atmosphere.
To view the experiment part of the video, click on the player above. To view a preview of the lesson, click on the video below.
The activity is courtesy of Cool Science Experiments Headquarters.
If you’re a teacher or administrator and would like Kaiti to visit your school, email Kaiti at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents and guardians: upload a video of your child performing the activity by clicking here. Send it in and you might see it on GMSA @ 9 a.m.!
Make a Cloud Form in a Jar Science Experiment
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Glass Jar with a Lid (we used a pint mason jar)
- 1 cup Hot Boiling Water
- Blue Food Coloring (optional)
- Aerosol Hairspray
- 3-5 cubes of Ice