Is it ever too cold to eat ice cream?

The last few weeks might have been snowy and cold but in Class 3 we have been looking at how temperature plays an important role in changing the state of matter. And what could be more important than finding out how to use low temperatures to make ice cream. We used salt to lower the temperature of ice to -10 degrees and then used this to change the liquid milk into solid ice cream. This was the most delicious science lesson we have had so far, apart from the group who unfortunately managed to mix a bit of the salty water in with their ice cream!