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Make an Eggshell Disappear - Science Experiment Booklet

PDF | 4 pages|Grades: 3 - 6

A fun science experiment involving chemistry.

Use this science experiment booklet to guide your students through a fun experiment they can even try at home to wow their family. In this science experiment, students learn about the chemical reactions involved when you combine an eggshell and vinegar.

This teaching resource includes the following information:

  • background information
  • materials needed
  • method for experiment
  • further questions.

Make an Eggshell Disappear Science Experiment

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