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Photos of examples of evaporation in everyday life KS2

Overall rating 3 out of 53.4 (11 ratings)

Last updated 27 August 2013, created 13 May 2009, viewed 33,611

Can be used to show how evaporation works. Simple photos to annotate on a IWB. Last image is of an aerosol which can be demonstrated with perfume or aftershave sprayed on back of childrens hands to feel cooling and see evaporation.

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    Evaporation.ppt (687kb, Powerpoint document)
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Suits me just fine! A useful starting point, thanks :)

from MelissaLindsay, 22 November 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

This will make an excellent starting point for thinking about the concept of evaporation, thanks very much for sharing! :)

from melon40, 14 January 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Thanks. Just the thing I was looking for!

from Fluffalump Fluffalump, 15 January 2011
(report comment) 3 out of 5

Thankyou! As a trainee teacher getting in a flap about teaching evaporation tomorrow, this seems the perfect starting point to get them thinking.

from Smurffles87, 11 January 2011
(report comment) 3 out of 5

Grateful. Thank you. This is perfect for stimulating discussion. There's enough animation around. Let the children think!
.....some people are rude and ungrateful.

from jancope1, 20 August 2010
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