Sponsored By: Corteva Agriscience
Adapted from Designing Healthy Ice Pops by Laura Bubnick, Katie Enneking, and Julie Egbers
Science & Children | September 2016 | Vol 54, Issue 1
Students will participate in an integrated STEM activity to experience the processes of research, design, evaluation, modification, and presentation.
What are the essential ingredients needed to make a healthy ice pop to sell in the school cafeteria? How could we market and sell the ice pops?
Instruct administrators to ask probing questions about the project.
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