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Souper Mixture
Penny Angelo

Soup’s on in 5th grade! Ms. Morgan’s science class learned to distinguish heterogeneous mixtures from homogeneous mixtures. While heterogeneous mixtures have a combination of visible components, homogeneous mixtures do not. For example, a homogeneous mixture could be a cup of coffee with cream and sugar. Once mixed together, these ingredients essentially become one and can no longer be separated. To demonstrate a heterogeneous mixture, students assembled the components for a delicious soup! Each student filled a bag with dry ingredients which included beef bouillon, onion, lentils, pasta, split peas, and barley. Students were then able to take the heterogeneous mixture home to complete the dish with water and ground beef. What’s better than a lesson that comes with a free meal?

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