**Updated and Aligned with NEW 2017 Georgia Science Standards**
SC2.1b. construct an explanation for how structures made from small pieces
(linking cubes, building blocks) can be disassembled and then rearranged to make new and different structures
This hands on experiment will engage your students in exploring the properties of matter in a tangible -- and easy to visualize -- way! Students will assemble and disassemble structures utilizing snap cubes to model how matter can be rearranged.
They will use their structures to answer compare and contrast questions on the data they've collected. Students will also have the chance to formulate their own observations regarding the changes made to the structures.
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