In this activity, students will observe another aspect of the reaction between baking soda and vinegar. Along with bubbling, students will see that the temperature decreases. A change in temperature is another clue that a chemical reaction has occurred. There is a downloadable activity sheet that will be very helpful to educators, and will help students stay on track. An assessment sheet is also available on the activity page to keep track of students progress. There is also a step by step guide as to how to perform the experiment, and how to introduce it t the students.


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