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Experimento | 10+ guide book binder

All documents from the Experimento | 10+ guide book binder combined into one PDF file.

The 352-page document contains the complete printed version of the Experimento | 10+ guide book binder. It includes all teacher and student instructions for the 54 experiments related to energy, the environment, and health. In addition, it includes general information, such as the table of contents, the educational-didactic introduction, lists of materials, and the "Electrical measurements and circuits? basic course.

Experiment

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Evaporation from plants

Experimentation instructions:Evaporation in plants is demonstrated by an experiment in which the water consumed by three twigs with differing numbers of leaves is compared.Evaporation is one element in the water cycle. The worksheet contains information on how to set up and carry out the experiment.There are also suggestions on how to interpret the experiment.Information and ideas:Students should carry out the experiment to draw conclusions about the relationship between the leaf surface area and the amount of evaporation.The results can then be applied for plants in the desert.


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Experimento - 4+ guide book binder (arabic)

All documents from the Experimento - 4+ guide book binder combined into one PDF file. The document contains the complete printed version of the Experimento - 4+ guide book binder. It is geared to educators and includes all 37 experimentation ideas related to energy, the environment, and health. In addition, it includes general information such as instructions regarding protection, hygiene, and safety, as well as the table of contents, the educational concept, and lists of materials.

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Experiencing and observing the natural water cycle

Experimentation instructions:The natural water cycle can be modeled with this experiment. The experiment is set up in a jar that closes tightly.The water evaporates from the bowl, condenses on the lid, and drips on the plants and soil. It then evaporates again from the soil and the plant’s surface.Information and ideas:The additional questions in the experimentation instructions support the students’ observations and subsequent guesses.