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#### What's the Difference Between Baking Powder and Baking Soda?

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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#### How Thick Is a Soda Can I?

The humble soda can gets the geometric treatment in an activity that links math and science calculations. After a few basic assumptions are made and discussed, surface area calculations combine with density information to develop an...

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#### Activity #18 Decompostion of Baking Soda

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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#### The Influence of Carbon Dioxide on the Chemistry of Soda

Students investigate the carbon dioxide content of different sodas. In this chemistry lesson, students explain why PET containers are preferable than HDPE for soda bottles. They collect data and graph them.

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#### How Much Sugar is in a Can of Soda?

Compare the amount of sugar in soda and fruit juice. You won't believe it! Show this to your class and have them think twice about their daily soda intake!

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#### Soda to be Absent from Schools

Should schools serve soda to learners? Learners read an artlcle that argues against the sale of soda in schools and engage in a class discussion. They then complete a short assessment to check for comprehension and reflect on the...

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#### Soda Can Steam Engine

Steam engines have been around since the late 1600s, yet most pupils don't know how they work. Using an soda can, the instructor builds a simple steam engine for scholars to observe. Through a discussion, young scientists learn about the...

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#### How Thick Is a Soda Can II?

Science, technology, and math come together in this one combination exercise. Analyzing the common soda can from both a purely mathematical perspective and a scientific angle allows for a surprisingly sophisticated comparison of...

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#### Soda Santa

Santa is the focal point of a worksheet that inquires how many cans and boxes of soda were used to create a supermarket display. As a small group project, the discussions that will ensue to evaluate the task's three questions will...

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#### Profitable Soda Stand

Am I making any money? Help learners determine if their fictitious soda stand is turning a profit. They graph linear equations using the slope and y-intercept and identify the best price to use to sell soda. They identify the domain and...

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#### Baking Soda and Vinegar: A Statistical Approach to a Chemical Reaction

Does the ratio of ingredients make a difference? Groups perform an experiment with baking soda and vinegar. They vary the ratio of the components each time and take measurements of the amount of gas produced. Using the combined class...

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#### Instant Freeze - Soda Ice

Here is a fun display that will help your physical science fanatics understand freezing points and crystal formation. Use rock salt, sparkling water, and ice to create a -10¡C bath. Place full bottles of soda into the slurry to supercool...

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#### Soda Sales

Students are shown how to chart a supply demand curve, analyze information from a chart and send and receive information to participating schools by use of telecommunications (an added objective could be for fund-raising). They determine...

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#### Instant Freeze - Soda Ice

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#### Being Green – Minimizing the Surface Area of a Soda Can

New ReviewSave the world by designing a new soda can! Learners first measure the dimensions of a typical soda can and calculate its surface area and volume. They then use spreadsheet software to minimize the surface area for the volume, thus...

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#### Soda Can Mirrors

Here is an entertaining and illuminating lesson on morphed images. Middle schoolers make cylindrical mirrors by wrapping soda cans in reflective mylar. First, they try to determine what the images are that are embedded in the plan by...

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#### Levers: What Type of Lever Is This Soda Pop Can Tab?

In this levers worksheet, students answer short answer questions about the simple machine of the lever of a soda pop can. Students complete 2 questions.

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#### Baking Sod Stoichiometry Lab

In 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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#### Design a Soda Bottle Label

Students make a mind web to describe their favorite soda. They then make thumbnail sketches of their labels. Tehy create a unique font with which to write the mane of their soda.

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#### Baking Soda vs. Baking Powder

In this chemical reactions worksheet, students by comparing the chemical reactions of baking soda and baking powder. This worksheet has a graphic organizer and 7 short answer questions.

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#### Soda Straw Weaving

Students investigate the loom and weaving process. In this weaving lesson, students use soda straws to make a bracelet or a bookmark. Students use the over-under pattern of weaving.

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#### Cylindrical Soda Can

Young scholars explore an application of differentiation in this calculus lesson. They investigate the ideal dimensions for a soda can and, using the symbolic capacity of the Ti-89, investigate the dimensions of the can which has the...

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#### Carbon Dioxide

High schoolers conduct a series of experiments to explore carbon dioxide properties. In this chemistry lesson, students explain the production and uses of this gas. They measure its amount in soda and waste product of yeast.

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#### Sinking Soda Surprise

I'm sure you've heard that there are something like 20 tablespoons of sugar in a can of regular soda. It seems unbelievable, doesn't it? This demonstration really does show how much sugar is present in a can of soda. First, Spangler...