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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary have been learning about matter in their science class. The students were divided into groups and each group mixed a solid (baking soda) and a liquid (vinegar). They created carbon dioxide. The students really enjoyed this hands on experience.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary have been learning about matter in their science class. The students were divided into groups and each group mixed a solid (baking soda) and a liquid (vinegar). They created carbon dioxide. The students really enjoyed this hands on experience.
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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary have been learning about matter in their science class. The students were divided into groups and each group mixed a solid (baking soda) and a liquid (vinegar). They created carbon dioxide. The students really enjoyed this hands on experience.
Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary have been learning about matter in their science class. The students were divided into groups and each group mixed a solid (baking soda) and a liquid (vinegar). They created carbon dioxide. The students really enjoyed this hands on experience.
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Mrs. Hosek’s third grade students at Kenedy Elementary have been learning about matter in their science class. The students were divided into groups and each group mixed a solid (baking soda) and a liquid (vinegar). They created carbon dioxide. The students really enjoyed this hands on experience.
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