Dancing Raisins Lab- Density and Buoyancy

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In this lab students can see the basic principles of density and buoyancy as raisins rise and fall in a beaker. This lesson includes a student lab worksheet and an 8 page SMART notebook presentation or Powerpoint (your preference) that walks students through the lab, has links to videos, and closure questions at the end. Materials needed: beaker, raisins, and clear soda such as 7 up or ginger ale. The same result would happen if you used water, baking soda, and vinegar instead of soda.

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Total Pages
9
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
40 Minutes

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