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Inquiry in Action: Fifth Grade

For Teachers 5th Standards
The Inquiry in Action: Fifth Grade Curriculum set contains five chapters, comprised of 16 lessons, activity sheets, videos, and other resources to help explain science concepts to young learners. In Chapter 1 - Matter is Made of Tiny...
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Inquiry in Action: Fifth Grade Chapter 3 - Substances Can Mix and React to Form New Substances

For Teachers 5th Standards
Fifth-graders experiment with substances that can mix, react, and combine to form new substances using hands-on lessons. In the first lesson, pupils observe how different substances react to form different amounts of gas, leading to a...
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Adventures in Chemistry: Experiments

For Teachers Pre-K - 5th Standards
Twenty-one Inquiry-based lessons provide young scientists with an opportunity to experiment with a variety of chemical reactions. Classroom investigators make observations, develop basic lab skills, and follow step-by-step instructions...
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Experimental Science Chemistry Packs

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Seven packs, available as PDF files, provide chemistry teachers with lessons that allow remote and distance learners to engage in experiments and labs essential to science classes. The first lesson in the series encourages scholars to...
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TeachEngineering: Feel Better Faster - All about Flow Rate

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
To gain a basic understanding of microfluidic devices, how they are developed, and their uses in the medical field, young STEM engineers learn about how flow rates relate to the speed at which medicine affects the body. What they learn...
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TeachEngineering: Skeletal System

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
The five lessons in the TeachEngineering: Skeletal System unit module are designed for honors anatomy and physiology classes. Young biomedical researchers are challenged to consider the case of a grandmother who fell and fractured her...
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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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The Fate of Calcium Carbonate

For Students K - 5th Standards
Soften up an egg. Learners use vinegar to test for calcium carbonate in an egg shell and an antacid tablet and compare the reaction with vinegar to the reaction with water. In a second experiment, class members break down an egg shell...
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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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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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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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How Do You Catch Fruit Flies?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
You can catch more fruit flies with vinegar than honey! Yes, that's right—they prefer vinegar over honey, and a video lesson explains why. It describes the chemical components of the food fruit flies prefer, and the results may surprise...
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Titration of Vinegar

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Titration calculations require concentration. The 10th lesson in an 11-part series challenges young chemists to use titration in order to determine the molarity and mass percent in concentrated vinegar. Analysis questions encourage...
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Determination of the Acid Content of Vinegar (Acid-Base Titration Analysis)

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Titration sounds impressive, but it is actually as simple as using a neutralization reaction to determine the concentration of an acid or base in a reaction. The final instructional activity in the seven-part series walks scholars...
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The Alien Egg Experiment

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Amaze classes with the fact that pruny fingers after a bath are actually the result of osmosis—thanks to the water from the tub. Using an egg, vinegar, and corn syrup, the video teaches about osmosis using an interesting demonstration....
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Pill Dissolving Demo

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh that one is the fastest. The teacher demonstration is the second part of a four-part series. The class observes how different pill types dissolve in simulated stomach acid. They determine which one dissolves...
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What Makes Our Bones Strong?

For Teachers 10th - 12th Standards
So is that what you meant by rubber legs? The activity has pairs subject a chicken bone to vinegar and observe what happens over a period of days. Individuals then write up a lab report and document their observations and findings. 
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Water Quality and Environmental Pollution

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Learners use litmus paper to begin to discover the qualities of acids and bases. They learn about pH by testing clear liquids for acidity with purple cabbage juice as an indicator. The video Streamkeeper, with Bill Nye, and other video...
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Changes in Nature

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders identify the chemical and physical changes in the water cycle, carbon cycle, and the effects of weathering. They analyze the periodic table, and observe how vinegar reacts with limestone in a chemical reaction that causes...
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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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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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Glue Making

For Teachers 2nd - 6th
Students make glue out of milk and vinegar. In this chemistry lesson plan, students combine curds of milk with an ammonia solution until a creamy liquid forms.
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Vinegar Hearts

For Teachers Pre-K - 1st
Students create paper hearts. In this art lesson, students brush vinegar on white paper and cover the paper with red heart tissue paper. When the vinegar dries red heart prints are left because the tissue paper falls off.