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Matter: Evaporation, Condensation, Melting, and Freezing Study Guide Outline - Phase Changes - King Virtue's Classroom Starting your unit on Matter? Help your students get off to a great start with this simple study guide outline. This is a great tool that can be used to inform your parents about w
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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
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Matter: Phase Changes - Melting, Freezing, Evaporation, and Condensation Thinking Links - King Virtue's Classroom Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then
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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
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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
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Phase Changes: Melting and Freezing Cut and Paste Activity #2 - Examples - Matter - King Virtue's Classroom Students will love applying what you've taught them about the phase changes of matter! This cut and paste sorting activity will help them review melting and freezing. Fun and engaging! This
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A common Science standard for elementary students is to understand the three forms of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. This experiment allows students to explore and investigate the solid and liquid property of water. The journal contains a portion for pre-assessment, step by step instructions to c
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These 18 cards give age appropriate examples for the concepts of MELTING, FREEZING, and EVAPORATING. You can use these cards in a variety of ways. They can be placed in a science center for independent sorting, but they can also be used as a class SCOOT activity, or a FOUR CORNER activity. Word w
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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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Phase Changes: Melting and Freezing Cut and Paste Activity #1 - Matter - King Virtue's Classroom Students will love applying what you've taught them about the phase changes of matter! This cut and paste sorting activity will help them review melting and freezing. Fun and engaging! This set include
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This 35 page unit gives detailed lessons on the physical properties that change when heating or cooling is added to matter. The unit follows TEKS and NGSS. It is specific to TEKS, 1.5b, but works for other grades, too. This is also good for NGSS units. Text pages describe, with words and pictur
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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).
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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.
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While reading boiling, melting, and freezing, students will record facts in a table. The table will include information about the physical states, energy, temperature, and molecules. Next, students will complete open-ended questions about boiling, melting, and freezing. Finally, students will compl
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As a final project, students will create wanted posters to demonstrate their knowledge of the physical states and the boiling, melting, and freezing points. For each wanted poster, students will include a real life example, what physical states are involved, what happens to the heat, the temperature
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This sheet was made for reviewing the definitions of evaporation, condensation, sublimation, melting (fusion), and freezing (solidification). Students will match the key word with the proper definition, and an example of the concept. Included- matching activity- key terms- definitions- picture examp
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A Student Exploratory Activity. This lab was written by me and used in my school by my upper elementary teachers to teach the phases changes of water with no reported problems. This lab focusses on the change from solid to liquid. It is the first of 3 labs which demonstrate how water changes from s
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Purpose: Does salt affect the freezing/melting point of water? Students will conduct an experiment to see whether salt affects the freezing/melting point of water.
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Geared toward second grade, these simple science experiments target changes in matter. They have to do with melting, freezing, evaporating, condensation, mixtures and solutions. Check it out to see what it's all about!
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This is a T-chart where the students decide if the object will melt.
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A booklet that can be used as a formative or summative assessment piece.
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This states of matter science unit is packed with activities, including five hands-on science experiments you can use to teach your students about the states of matter. Students will learn about solids, liquids, gases, evaporation, melting, freezing, heating, changing properties, and more! Emphasis
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This Doodle Note Graphic Organizer includes identifying the three main phase changes - solids, liquids, and gases - and their characteristics. Students will complete a phase change diagram, labeling melting, freezing, evaporation, condensation, sublimation, and deposition and drawing a model of mole
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This unit is great for grade two teachers in Ontario covering the properties of solids and liquids portion of the Ontario curriculum. This unit includes fun, hands-on activities, experiments, inquiry project (2 options, open ended and structured), anchor charts, differentiated reading passages, r
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