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19 resources with the concept baking soda

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Inquiry in Action: 5th Grade Science Lessons

For Teachers 5th Standards
Looking for remote learning science lessons aligned to NGSS? Check out the resources in this inquiry-in-action packet. Designed for fifth graders, the 16 lessons are divided into four chapters: Matter is Mad of Tiny Particles, Substances...
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Heating Can Make a Change That Cannot Go Back Again

For Teachers 2nd Standards
New ReviewHeat is a gateway to change. While exploring the properties of baking powder, pupils learn that some heat-related changes are permanent. Using an animation, the lesson uses chocolate chip cookies as an example.
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Gas Sudsation

For Students K - 5th Standards
Bring out some bubbly! Individuals perform the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment with a twist. Learners add a drop of dish detergent to make the bubbles last longer. They vary the amount of baking soda and vinegar in an effort...
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Exploring Baking Powder

For Teachers 5th Standards
Birthday cake wouldn't be light and fluffy without the chemical reactions between ingredients. Young scientists explore some chemical reactions in the 11th installment of a 16 lesson plan Inquiry in Action series. They determine the...
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What’s the Difference between Baking Soda and Baking Powder?

For Teachers 5th Standards
Introduce pupils to chemical reactions. Using the hands-on lesson, learners experiment with substances that combine to form a gas. Different substances react to form different amounts of gas, leading to a discussion about the particles...
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Making Up Your Own Recipe

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Baking is science with a sweet result. Learners begin by following a recipe to bake a cake. They then combine different ingredients, make observations, and use the information to modify the recipe to improve the product.
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Create Gas

For Teachers K - 6th Standards
Let's have a gas. Individuals mix baking soda and vinegar in a bottle. Learners view the interaction between the solid and the liquid and notice that a gas is formed. Scholars notice the gas inflates a balloon stretched across the mouth...
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Basically Acidic Ink

For Teachers 9th - 11th
If you don't want to drink red cabbage juice, here's another use for it—a decoder! Using vinegar and ammonia-based window cleaning liquids as invisible inks, scholars create designs in the second lesson of the series. Red cabbage juice...
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What's the Difference Between Baking Powder and Baking Soda?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
During World War II, there was a shortage of cream of tartar and other baking products, so baking soda was introduced as an alternative. A fascinating video explores how people used to make breads and some takes a look at some of its...
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Visualizing pH

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Why are acids and bases important in our daily lives? Lead the class in answering this question, among others, as they experiment with pH paper and classify where various substances belong on the pH scale. They also taste common acids...
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Acid Mine Drainage

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Young scholars use cabbage, backing soda, cobblestones, and more to test the acid in the water. In this acid mine damage lesson plan, students complete 13 experiments to test and treat acid.
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Baking Sod Stoichiometry Lab

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
For this stoichiometry worksheet, students are given baking soda and perform a decomposition reaction to produce three products by heating the baking soda. They use an indicator to determine the products of the reaction and write a...
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ENGINEERING TOOTHPASTE

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students make a class list of household products and discuss how many of these products are made through chemistry. They guess the ingredients in the products and imagine how toothpaste might be made. They make toothpaste.
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Baking Soda Rockets

For Teachers 2nd - 6th
Students make a baking soda rocket out of vinegar, baking soda, and a soda bottle. In this rockets lesson plan, students discuss the liquid, solid, and gas combination.
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Suspensions and solutions

For Students 3rd - 6th
Students create mixtures of baking soda, baking powder, flour, and more to predict which are solutions and which are suspensions. Students follow 4 directions and answer 3 questions.
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Is Air a Fluid?

For Teachers 2nd - 11th
Students use baking soda, vinegar, matches, and other materials to pour gas. In this air lesson plan, students use the materials to pour gas and learn that air can be a fluid like a liquid.
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Activity #14 Floating Bubbles

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Students comprehend that Carbon dioxide gas is relatively easy to generate. They comprehend that one way to produce it is with dry ice. Pupils comprehend that carbon dioxide gas can also be produced by combining baking soda with vinegar.
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Activity #18 Decompostion of Baking Soda

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students observe what occurs as baking soda is heated. They explain why a chemical rather than a physical change occurred during the procedure. Pupils identify the tpe of reaction (decomposition). Students conduct a glowing splint...
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Balloon Blow Up

For Teachers K - 6th
Students investigate how chemicals can be released and converted into work. They experiment with baking soda and baking power to blow up a balloon.