The sea near McMurdo Station, Antarctica, is -2
instruction 4 needs to be more detailed really - I’m not sure what to do with the salt and what quantities to use - I’m guessing we put the salt in with the ice and shake? but how much?
Thanks Lynn, we’ve changed part 4 now so I hope it’s a bit clearer. All other ideas and feedback from teachers always welcome!
I have a student with dairy allergies. I know I could try this for myself, but I’m wondering if making a fruit juice popsicle/slushy would work with this procedure. I don’t see why not, actually, but I welcome others’ ideas/suggestions.
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