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What's the Matter Root Beer Float Experiment Reader Kindergarten & First Grade
You are receiving an emergent reader to help facilitate talks and discussions about matter….specifically the forms of liquid, solid and gas. What better way to show your kiddos by using a sweet treat. Let's make a root beer float!! Simply bring in some ice cream (solid) and root beer (liquid) and wa
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What's the Matter Root Beer Float Experiment Posters Kindergarten & First Grade
You are receiving 6 posters to help facilitate talks and discussions about matter….specifically the forms of liquid, solid and gas. What better way to show your kiddos by using a sweet treat. Let's make a root beer float!! Simply bring in some ice cream (solid) and root beer (liquid) and watch the "
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States of Matter - Root Beer Float Experiment
I did this at the end of our unit on the states of matter - solids, liquids, and gases. The students make a root beer float and then complete this short form to reflect on the states of matter that were present in the experiment. The kids love it!
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Phases of Matter:  Root Beer Floats
Ready for a fun hands on lesson on phases of matter? This lesson will have your students fully engaged and identifying all the phases of matter while they make a root beer float. The powerpoint presentation takes you through how to make the float with your students with step by step photographs.
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States of Matter Root Beer Float Experiment
This is an experiment lesson with scientific method plans to follow! If you like this, you may be interested in: Life Cycle Unit BUNDLE Stuck on STEM Partitioning Stuck on STEM Money Stuck on STEM Measurement Stuck on STEM Leprechaun Trap Money Stuck on STEM in Reading Stuck on STEM Money If you
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States of Matter (Root Beer Floats)
My first grade kiddos loved this experiment and were able to follow the scientific method and label which part of the root beer float was a solid, liquid, and gas!
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States of Matter: Root Beer Floats
Investigate the 3 states of matter with a tasty treat! (Kids draw the ice cream, root beer, and foam in the mug. Then, they label: solid, liquid, or gas)
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States of Matter - Root Beer Float
While making a root beer float with your class, you can use this product as an assessment tool.
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States of Matter---A Root Beer Float experiment
Use a root beer float to see the properties of matter!
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Root Beer Float Science Inquiry Lesson Plan & Handout - Solid, Liquid, Gas
This is a lesson plan and handout for a science inquiry on solids, liquids, gases. Students will create a root beer float and see the three states of matter. The lesson plan has a daily target, steps, materials you will need, extensions, videos, and more! Marzano elements are embedded but can be rem
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Root Beer Float Science
Is your class finishing up a solids, liquids and gases unit? What better way to see these three types of matter than a tasty experiment?!?! This lesson helps students write an explanatory text. It also walks you through the steps to make this experiment a success. Included: -student printable (
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Root Beer Float STEM Lab
Review states of matter and explore the law of conservation of matter as well as physical and chemical changes with this root beer float lab. Students measure the parts of the float as they create it to show that the mass stays the same. They also discuss whether a physical or chemical change is h
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States of Matter Lab: Root Beer Floats!
Cool off with root beer floats as your students discover three states of matter within this sweet treat! Students will draw the molecules in each state, categorize each material as a solid, liquid, or gas, and will describe some changing states of matter as well. This lab is a hands-on (and deliciou
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Matter: Solid, Liquid, & Gas {Root Beer Float} Craft Booklet (Editable) Science
Enjoy root beer floats with your students, while teaching them all about the 3 states of matter: solid, liquid, & gas! Included is a craft booklet, where students record their learning. Pages included: Vocabulary - 2 pages My Prediction Ask Questions How-to make a root beer float (4 steps) K
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Root Beer and Ice Cream Experiment with Data Sheet
Data Sheets for experiment that follows the scientific method through each step: Relates to how gas can be created when a chemical reaction forms. Uses the scientific method to investigate a chemical reaction. All 3 forms of matter are present Ice cream –- solid Root Beer -– liquid Chemical react
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Root Beer Floats and the 3 States of Matter
A lesson with a sweet treat! I use this activity at the end of my States of Matter Unit. Give students root beer floats and have them fill out the worksheet as an assessment of all they have learned. Such a fun activity! Kids love it!
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Root Beer Float Matter
Great for an end of matter unit celebration! Before or after your kiddos enjoy Root Beer floats, have them draw their own and label the 3 states. Enjoy! - Just Kinderin' Around
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FUN! Coke Spider / Root Beer Float Experiment & Write Up Flip Book / Lapbook
This is a great experiment in which children of all ages can observe the three states of matter – solids (i.e. the ice cream), liquids (i.e. the soft drink) and gases (i.e. carbon dioxide – the bubbles in fizzy drinks). This is a particularly good experiment for those who don't have access to a lab
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States of Matter Balloon and Root Beer Experiment Clip Art
This science clipart set has a variety of crisp images that you can use to create a science resource about states of matter. This set includes all of the images associated with the balloon experiment and the root beer experiment to teach your students about solid, liquid, and gas. You can use the i
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Root Beer Float Writing
This product features narrative writing on how to make a root beer float, sequencing writing page, blank writing pages, root word practice, matter (science) worksheet, and a craft!
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Root Beer Float Experiment
Teaching matter? This is a fun beginning of unit activity for your students to help them understand the three types of matter. Included in this activity are an experiment page, and a writing activity...ENJOY!
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Root Beer Float Lab Quiz
After completing notes on the phases of matter this mini lab is a great way to assess what your students know. In the quiz they must decide what the solid, liquid, and gas is in the root beer float. You can give them real ones or just show a picture! I made mini ones in my class with little bathr
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Root Beer Experiment:  Solid, Liquid, Gas
Students will learn about the different states of matter by making their own root beer. This product includes:-recipe for root beer-explanation for how it works-three different printable sheets for students to record observations
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Root Beer Float Solid, Liquid, Gas Experiment FREEBIE
This one page worksheet is for use with a teacher-led states of matter experiment where students start with cups of vanilla ice cream and root beer. They should begin by determining if each treat is a solid, liquid, or gas before predicting what will happen when they pour the soda over the ice cream
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