What would the science world be without vinegar & baking soda? It would be a little less exciting at the Community School of West Seattle. Michelle Taylor teaches a K-2 program there and she decided to add a little science excitement to her classroom. With a little vinegar, baking soda, a bottle and a balloon, her students were able to to observe chemistry at work inflating the balloon. (Instructions for this experiment below)
“You could hear the screams all through the school – it was so exciting.”
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