Click to Visit Schoodoodle BlogClick to Visit ScienceFairSanity.comNo Sales TaxWe accept purchase ordersView Shopping Cart and Calculate Shipping
School Supplies > eBooks for Teachers > E-Lessons eBooks for Teachers  > Why Does a Can of Soda Sometimes Explode When You Open It? (Resource Book Onl

Product #: EMC5013017_TQ

Why Does a Can of Soda Sometimes Explode When You Open It? (Resource Book Onl eBook

Grade 3
Ships Free!
Price: $4.07
In Stock!
View Shopping Cart and Shipping Charges

Please Note: This ebook is a digital download, NOT a physical product. After purchase, you will be provided a one time link to download ebooks to your computer. Orders paid by PayPal require up to 8 business hours to verify payment and release electronic media. For immediate downloads, payment with credit card is required.

This daily science unit for grade 3 presents directions and five activities in which students learn that soda has carbon dioxide in it that sometimes creates air pressure that explodes when the can is opened. Week 2 of 5 on 'Big Idea 4: Air is a gas that surrounds us, takes up space, and creates weather.' Includes answer key.

Customer Reviews:


Submit a review

Also Available:

Writing Center Prompts (Resource Book Only)
See details on this product

Dig for Dinosaurs (Resource Book Only)
See details on this product

Harriet Tubman: Leading Slaves to Freedom (Resource Book Only)
See details on this product

Winter birds (Resource Book Only)
See details on this product

Noel (Resource Book Only)
See details on this product

Oxbridge Owl and the Library (Resource Book Only)
See details on this product