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This Melting (Freezing) Point and Boiling Point Thermometer Coloring Activity is a great visual activity to help students understand that melting point and boiling point are specific properties of matter (for example, bromine has a specific point at which it melts and boils...which is different from
Boiling Points and Freezing/ Melting Points Science and Literacy Lesson Set - Common Core and STAAR (TEKS) aligned Easy to follow! Fun for the students! These activities are created to incorporate reading and writing into the Science curriculum. This lesson is designed to fit the typical 45-50
Looking for a fun way to review Changing States of Matter? This activity requires students to read an example or look at a picture and determine if it's an example of the melting point, freezing point, or boiling point of matter. Then, students will glue the example under the correct heading. An
This activity is designed to show mastery of Texas SE 5.5B. Typically my students always know these important temperature, but struggle when a processing skill is thrown in. This activity requires them to not only identify the important temperatures, but also be able to recognize what state of mat
Your students will love this phases of matter activity! After answering a question about melting, freezing, and boiling points, students will color that area of the picture according to the color code. An answer key is included. Need more resources? This is part of a BUNDLE

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5 worksheets where students must read tables to determine what a substance is by calculating its density, or determine whether a substance would be a solid, liquid, or gas at a specific temperature.I have found this is very good practice on reading and interpreting data tables.
Use this fun relay game to help students remember the boiling, melting and freezing points of water. Cards with pictures, text-only cards, and an exit ticket make this a great review game. Based on Texas TEKS for 5.5(B).
Students can use this to identify the boiling and freezing/melting points of water on the Celsius scale.
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Students will be able to explain the relationship between intermolecular forces and melting/boiling points of different liquids.Students start by watching a youtube video about states of matter and how molecules behave in each phase, as well as how intermolecular forces keep molecules together in so
9th - 12th
Have your students explore the melting and boiling points of common elements and compounds by viewing and analyzing data, and then applying what they found to enter the correct phase of matter in a chart (solid, liquid, or gas). They will also enter temperature in a second chart to match the given p
Hey all!I was looking for a way to have stations in my science class in the remote/hybrid learning model, and I found one that I wanna share!!!! I made this resource for my students to practice about BOILING AND MELTING (FREEZING) POINT. Kids will gotta think critically to analyze the situations and
7th - 8th
This resource is a fun way to assess kids learning. My 7th graders loved this assessment methodology because they were rotating throughout stations around the classroom to take the test. This test station lab was specially designed to evaluate concepts learned about solubility, melting, boiling, "fr
This allows students to practice solving word problems to find how many more degrees until they hit the boiling and freezing/melting point. It also reviews their understanding of the vocabulary and temperatures of each point.
24 Game Cards - Conductivity, Melting/Boiling Point, & DensityIn this set of game cards, the students will predict conductivity, density, and boiling/melting point. Standard coveredSPS2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain how atoms bond to form stable compounds. a. Analyze
8th - 12th
Conductivity, Melting/Boiling Point, & Density - Quiz 1: Google Form (Distance Learning) This form can be used for distance learning, or in your regular classroom. This form goes along with a set of my game cards called, “24 Game Cards - Conductivity, Melting/Boiling Point, & Density," and
This PowerPoint has 3 statements per slide in which students are to find 1 or more statements that are Fibs. All the statements are related to the melting, freezing, and boiling points of water.
This allows students to practice solving word problems to find how many more degrees until they hit the boiling and freezing/melting point. It also reviews their understanding of the vocabulary and temperatures of each point.
The students will be required to determine an element's structure and intramolecular force. They will then use that information along with the compounds melting and boiling point to help understand phases of matter.
10th - 12th
The students will draw molecular models and then use the information about intramolecular forces along with melting and boiling points to determine a substance's phase of mater.
10th - 12th
In this lesson inter-molecular bonding and polarity are applied to situations involving melting points and boiling points of various compounds.
11th - 12th, Adult Education, Staff
Exit ticket about melting and boiling point.
5th - 6th
This lab goes with Texas SE 5.5B. It is nothing fancy or super creative. But it does help the students to see that the mass does not change when water changes from a solid to a liquid. It also shows them that water does not continue to get hotter after 100 degrees but does turn to a gas. It foll
This guide was specifically created to go along with the TCI curriculum (Matter: Unit 1, Lesson 3- Substances and Their Properties); however, this could be used with any curriculum! This guide is made to help students understand the differences between melting and boiling points, as well as solubili
Lab for grades 4-8 to explore the boiling and melting points of water. Aligned to Texas TEKS and Common Core.

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