Water can exist in all three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas! In order for water to change from one state to another, heat energy is either added or removed!
Help students practice what they know, and visualize the concept of changing states of matter with this activity! Students will cut out the six answer options, and fill them into the answer boxes to show how each form of water (liquid water, ice, and water vapor) changes - or stays the same - when heat energy is added or removed. Kids love these picture math problems and have a blast working together to solve the puzzle!
Can Also be used as an interactive notebook activity - Just print two on one page!
Great for unit covering: matter, states of matter, state changes, evaporation, condensation, freezing, melting, boiling, water, water cycle, physical properties, properties, physical changes