We have been doing 3 different workshops each. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
On Tuesday I did Art that was inspired by science, and I did a piece of art that was pointillism. It was tiring but worth it because it turned out to be successful.
On Wednesday I did baking, we baked chocolate chip cookies and looked at the different textures when different ingredients are mixed in , chemical and physical reactions.
On Thursday, some of us did cooking, and we made ice-cream. We learned that salt makes ice colder.
- Take 2-3 cups of ice, then crush the ice in a towel, and place it a big ziplock bag.
- And then add in coarse salt(bigger) or table salt (smaller and feels like sand)
- In a smaller, ziplock bag add the mixture of how your ice-cream will taste like(we put vanilla).
* Make sure it is closed tightly and properly
- Put the small ziplock into the big ziplock bag that has the ice and salt it.
- Wrap the ziplocks in towels or wear gloves to prevent cold hands, and shake it for 10-15 minutes continuously.
*Keep shaking until it is hard like ice-cream.
- Once it is hard, take it out of the bag and scoop it out.
- Lastly enjoy, you will get a sweet and salty vanilla ice-cream to eat.