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Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS)
addressed in this packet:
Grades 5: Structure and Properties of Matter
Conduct an investigation to determine whether the mixing of 2 or more substances results in new substances.
Your kids will love this chemistry experiment! It is a great way to teach the scientific method, to use as an intro to basic chem, or as a wrap-up to a solid, liquid, gas unit. Have your little scientists add a solid and a liquid to a baggie and then watch the bag get bigger and bigger and bigger as a gas is produced! This one never fails to amaze and delight my students!
Includes: detailed instructions, photos, and 2 student worksheets along with answer keys.
Materials needed: baking soda, vinegar, quart size baggie with seal, safety goggles or swim goggles
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