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Question about Foaming Fake Snow activity

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How do I know what kind of measuring cup to use it does not say what kind pls report to this immediately because I'm dong a science fair project. :?

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If you read through the procedure and look at the images that accompany the steps, you will see that where the measuring cup is used, it shows a 1-cup measuring cup. You are told to "Scoop one cup of baking soda".... you could use a different size measuring cup, as long as you use the correct total amount.

Please note that this STEM activity is not recommended for a science fair project. Be sure that you have your teacher's approval, if required, for your project.

See this note on the activity:
"This activity is not recommended for use as a science fair project. Good science fair projects have a stronger focus on controlling variables, taking accurate measurements, and analyzing data. To find a science fair project that is just right for you, browse our library of over 1,200 Science Fair Project Ideas or use the Topic Selection Wizard to get a personalized project recommendation."

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