Welcome to the Physics of Water course!
The course will introduce the strange world of water, and provide you with a taste of physics while doing so. We will explore water under the microscope, play with the different states of water, and experiment with mixtures; explore surface tension and capillary motions; talk about diving and buoyancy. We will follow great inventors of the past, spill and splash, and make waves. There are no pre-requisites for the course, and everyone 8+ years old is welcome!

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Introduction to physics and atomic theory

List of Materials

Physics of Water – List of Materials

You may want to collect the materials ahead of the class, and put it all in one box/drawer for easy storage.

  • Laptop
  • Headset
  • Camera
  • Hand-held mirror
  • 2-cup volume transparent measuring cup/beaker
  • 1-cup volume transparent measuring cup/beaker
  • Paint and brush
  • Transparent glass of water
  • Clay
  • Drinking straw
  • Tennis ball
  • Flashlight
  • Lego figurine or a toy of a similar size
  • Magnifying glass
  • Cardboard box (shoebox)
  • White paper
  • Pin
  • Vegetable oil ( Wesson)
  • Small cucumber/baby carrots
  • Dry peas
  • Yarn
  • Kitchen detergent
  • Notebook
  • Pencil

 

Optional:

  • Pyrex glass beaker/ glass from your kitchen ( about 9$ on Amazon)
  • Glass eye dropper
  • Jell-O
  • Concave mirror ( from IKEA, etc)
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