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Secondary-1 : The Particle Theory of Dissolving

Secondary-1 : The Particle Theory of Dissolving

Secondary-1 students were learning about the particle theory of dissolving. Firstly, they made a sugar solution in a beaker glass. They observed how sugar particles dissolved in water. They found that there were small gaps between the particles in a liquid. When solid particles like sugar are dissolved in water, their particles spread out, fill in the gaps, and disappear.

Furthermore, they also created an interactive note depicting the process of dissolving to strengthen their understanding. It was a simple yet meaningful activity, and students were happy doing this classwork.
Great job, Secondary-1. ***