The Art and Science of Soapmaking, written by Anne-Marie FaiolaUnit Study for Homeschooling - Covers the History, Science and Art of Soapmaking.
This unit of Study is meant to augment the normal lessons your child is doing already. Or it could be used as a fun series of activities to do with your child during school vacations and breaks. It will introduce them to the magic of soap science in a fun and approachable way. It is intended for about a one week section of study, but you can adjust the amount of time it takes to suit you. Lessons are appropriate for 6 to 11 year olds (grades 1-6). This book includes 25 work pages filled with fun activities: math problems, word problems, essay questions and lots more! There are multiple, simple to understand drawings and diagrams to explain concepts such as surface tension, exponentials and chemical equations.
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