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I hope your students enjoy these Solid, Liquid and Gas sorting printables. Black and white NO PREP printables are ready for you to print and go!Perfect for your science center or independent practice! 2 versions included. Check out the full States of Matter unit here:States of MatterOther products y...

Physical Science: States of Matter. This is a great exercise for Third Grade. Also, there are many other fun activities in the NO PREP Packet for May!

States of Matter Freebies- Graphic Organizer and Flip Book for your states of matter unit! Lots of ideas for use- Students can go on a hunt around the school to search for different states of matter and record them on the graphic organizer or use for notes and review!

Teach about the various states of matter - solids, liquids, and gases, with this complete lesson and fun activity!

Students will click on the image after deciding whether it is a solid, liquid or gas. A great assessment or introductory activity for your Matters Unit.To get the complete Matters Unit click here!

Explain to kids the microscopic properties that give solids, liquids, and gases their characteristics with these easy demonstrations.

How do properties of materials determine their uses? "What if Rain Boots Were Made of Paper?"

This product includes two assessments for states of matter. The short answer assessment and multiple choice assessment contain questions about identifying states of matter, describing the molecules and their movement when in the solid, liquid, and gas state, and also changing from one state of matte...

Originally posted on March 15, 2010 Empty a large, clear container (large pretzel or snack mix jugs). Fill part way with rubber bouncy balls. Use to demonstrate states of matter as follows: Solids: barely shake the container, just enough to cause the balls to jiggle, but keep them in their place. The atoms/molecules in a solid possess kinetic energy, but not enough to remove any individual atoms/molecules from the group. Liquids: shake the container a little harder, so the entire “clump”…

Melting Frosty! How can we melt Frosty faster? Changing states of matter and using heat.

MAKE MAGIC SNOW! 2-ingredient, homemade snow that actually erupts! (Recipe Tutorial for Kids)

We are learning about the states of matter- solids, liquids, gases…oh my! I absolutely love this unit because there are so many hands-on experiments and activities we use. One of our first experiments demonstrates how air has mass. It is so hard for students to understand that air has weight, or mass! Materials: – a […]

This is an engaging, problem-based inquiry activity that will get your students thinking deeply about chemical and physical changes. Designed for science students in the middle grades, this lesson uses something most people like - popcorn - to help distinguish between chemical and physical properti...

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