Miscibility vs Immisciblity

Our 3rd and 4th Grade scientists learned about miscibility in science class last week.  
When two liquids can be mixed to form a solution they are called “miscible.” If two liquids cannot be mixed to form a solution they are called “immiscible.” An example of miscible liquids is alcohol and water. An example of immiscible liquids is oil and water.  
Make sure to ask our young scientists what they discovered in these experiments and whether or not certain substances were ‘miscible’ or ‘immiscible’!