Kari Lockwood

Kari Lockwood

New Hampshire / Currently a 3rd Grade Teacher in New Hampshire. Previously taught 4th/5th Accelerated Math & Enrichment, 1st grade in AZ and 2nd grade in TX
Kari Lockwood
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Demonstrate the states of matter by building a fizz inflator. This a a fun experiment for a unit on states of matter. You combine vinegar (liquid) and baking soda (solid) to create a gas (carbon dioxide), which blows up the balloon. Before the experiment, have students make a prediction and write a hypothesis. After the experiment, have kids draw and label the parts of the fizz inflator (solid, liquid, gas) in their science notebook. Visit Science Bob to see basic fizz inflator instructions.

Build a Fizz Inflator - Science Bob Baking Soda and vinegar create an ACID-BASE reaction and the two chemicals work together to create carbon dioxide which starts to fill the bottle, and then moves into the balloon to inflate it.

Students sort and match pictures of different objects into three categories: Solids, Liquids, and Gas to show what they have learned about the three states of matter. Help students work on their fine motor skills by using this cut-and-paste activity! $ #teacherspayteachers #MagnifyingtheScienceClassroom

Students sort and match pictures of different objects into three categories: Solids, Liquids, and Gas to show what they have learned about the three states of matter. Help students work on their fine motor skills by using this cut-and-paste activity!

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