Exploring ice balloons
<div>The Science Museum has created a useful document that explains how to make and investigate ice balloons </div> www.sciencemuseum.org.uk Oops...
<div>The Foundation Degree Group in Leicester also investigated ice balloons - see this entry on the FDLT Blog</div> mypad.northampton.ac.uk Leicester Group news | A blog for students on the FDLT at the University of Northampton
<div>What can you do with Frozen Water: Exploratorium website has a video to watch, an explanation and step by step guide. </div> www.exploratorium.edu Low-cost, teacher-tested activities for the classroom and the curious.
<div>University of Northampton students (teaching assistants and support staff,) who are studying for a Foundation Dergree in Learning and Teaching (FDLT). This is their first science session where they were developing their own investigations to explore ice balloons. </div>
<div>Hpw can the observations relate to the real world? click the link to see a concept map from Exploratorium </div> www.exploratorium.edu
<div>Watch a test that compares and explains whether salt or sugar speeds up melting ice - does it make sense?</div> www.youtube.com Melting Ice With Sugar - YouTube

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