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Lemon Float

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Giant bowl/ sensory table

Water

2 Lemons

Vegetable peeler

 

Fill bowl with water

Drop a lemon in the bowl

 

What happens? Does it float?

 

Peel one lemon

Drop into bowl

 

What happens? Does it float?

 

 

Why does the lemon with the peal float?

The rind is full of thousands of tiny air bubbles.

 

Why does the peeled lemon sink?

It sinks because you have removed the air bubbles that helped it to stay on top of the water. No air bubbles it sinks.

 

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