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5 Weird Ways to Put out a Candle

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
How many ways do you know to put out a candle? An entertaining video introduces strange ways that extinguish flames. It demonstrates each method and then explains the science behind why it works. The video also offers tips for safety...
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Get Fired Up

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Give them permission to burn. Using a tea candle, pairs find out how long the flame will continue to burn while covered by a small glass. Using that information, groups estimate how long the candle will burn under a larger drinking glass...
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How to Celebrate Kwanzaa on Your Campus

For Teachers K - Higher Ed
An article details everything you need to know about celebrating Kwanzaa at your school. An opening-day ceremony starts the seven-day holiday celebration followed a daily routine that includes a greeting, candle lighting, reciting an...
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Kwanzaa Celebration: Celebrating Family, Community, and Culture

For Teachers K - 3rd
Kwanzaa is the focus of a three-part lesson plan that celebrates the history and traditions of the holiday. Before lighting the Kinara, scholars listen to a read-aloud of Seven Candles of Kwanzaa by Andrea Davis Pinkney. Learners express...
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Candle Sight Word Activity

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
Beginning readers pick a sight word card, choose the number of toilet paper rolls that corresponds with the number of letters in the word, and then spell the word by choosing the appropriate letter popsicle stick to place in each roll....
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Candle Trick

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Many people believe candles burn because of the wick—but that's not necessarily true. The video demonstrates the burning wax vapor matters more than anything else. A quick discussion of the science behind the party trick links the idea...
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Candle Box

For Students 6th - 7th Standards
Individuals draw a net for a hexagonal pyramid — with some stipulations. The net must contain the printed images so they appear correctly on the box, along with tabs to glue the box together. 
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Candlemaking

For Teachers 5th Standards
There might not be a butcher or baker, but you'll have a class full of candlestick makers after a hands-on instructional activity about candles make from beeswax. After a brief history of where beeswax comes from, young artisans craft...
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Colorful Stained-Glass Candleholder

For Teachers K - 12th
Students create a colorful candelholder as a gift for a family member, neighbor, or friend. They follow directions to create the candleholder, wrap and present the candleholder as a gift to someone special.
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Light My Fire

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Students create their own girandoles using common art products and Model Magic in this cross-curricular lesson suitable for the Art or Social Studies classroom. This lesson includes a short vocabulary list.
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Jean Hasbrouck House

For Teachers 5th - 7th
Students research lifestyles from the 18th century. They examine artifacts from the Jean Hasbrouck House and associate them with the responsibilities and roles of the people who lived there. They make candles and consider the importance...
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Making Observations: Candle Activity

For Students 5th - 6th
In this making observations:  candle activity learning exercise, students write observations of an unlit candle, then write observations of a lit candle, then sort them as quantitative or qualitative observations.
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Pounds

For Teachers 1st
In this mathematics worksheet, 1st graders identify which items pictured weighs more or less than a pound. Then they circle the objects that weigh more and place an X on the object that weigh less than a pound.
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Threads

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students group observed data, filtering from all their observations the similarities between burring threads. In the second part they make a comparison of a chosen attribute between the two threads.
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What Burns When a Candle Burns? an Introduction to Using the Scientific Method

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Middle schoolers use the scientific method to discover the role of a candle's wick and how radiation allows candle wax to change from solid to liquid to gas. They work in small groups to use the steps of the scientific method approach in...
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Candle Observations

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students view a demonstration and record and questions and observations that they have.  In this candle lesson students discuss their observations and give examples of the changes they saw. 
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Holiday Count and Color

For Students Pre-K - 1st
In this holiday counting instructional activity, students count and color 6 different sets of objects. First, they read the directions and count the number of each object as instructed. Then, students color the correct number of holiday...
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Beeswax Flower Candle

For Teachers K - 2nd
Students create "Beeswax flower candles" in this early-elementary classroom Art lesson. Materials needed include foam pieces, straw, a glue gun, clay pots, beeswax, and popsicle sticks. This activity is ideal for the students to create...
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You Light Up My Life: Developing a Scientific Theory for What Fuels a Candle's Flame!

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Students examine how candles work and how scientific theories are developed and tested. Students propose hypotheses about what is burning in a candle then perform tests in order to develop their scientific theory. After a teacher...