and Ice Cream Across the Curriculum
This was apparently a course at Yale, would you believe. A tad
adult oriented, it will help you study The Chocolate Sundae Mystery.
Science in Ice Cream - An Experiment for Secondary School Classrooms
As the hot weather approaches and students minds begin to drift
from the rigors of the school classroom or laboratory, a fun
afternoon might be spent making ice cream and in so doing, introducing
several aspects of the science and technology "behind the
History of Ice Cream Cones
There is much controversy over who invented the first ice cream cone. From my research, I feel that the first cones were not invented in the United States. Both paper and metal cones were used in France, England, and Germany before the 19th century. Travelers to Dčsseldorf, Germany reported eating ice cream out of edible cones in the late 1800s.
What does your favorite ice cream flavor say about you? Choose
it from the list on this page to find out!
Cream Fun Facts
It takes approximately 1.4 gallons of milk to make 1 gallon of
Ice Cream Personality Test
A national manufacturer of ice cream, Edy's Grand Ice Cream,
commissioned an ice cream flavorology study to determine how
ice cream preferences relate to personality.
Even the transportation end of the ice cream business is an art!
Cream Unit Study from ABC Teach
Who can study when it is hot outside? Got ice cream on the brain?
Try these games and puzzles.
Nitrogen Ice Cream
If you are anything like me, then you love ice cream. There is
nothing like making your own, but the problem is, it just takes
too long to freeze and some things just don't like to freeze.
A little ice cream is good for the soul
A little boy, his mother, and a cranky woman learn that it is
OK to pray for ice cream.
Ice Cream in Two Coffee Cans
You'll need two cans for this: a 1 lb can and a 3 lb can. Recipes
for vanilla, chocolate and coffee ice cream.
Ice Cream Using The Inclined Plane
This delightful activity combines simple machines with the making
of ice cream. An inclined plane is a simple machine that can
be used to move objects from one level to another. Roll your
ice cream maker down your inclined plane to mix the ingredients.
John the Taster
If you like ice cream and want a neat job when you grow up, maybe
you could be a professional ice cream taster like John here.
Bag Ice Cream
This recipe is enough for one student, so that each student can make their own.
Search Puzzle: Ice Cream
A new puzzle each time you click on this link. Fairly hard.