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Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)

Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Matter Made Easy {Matter Science Unit)
Product Description
Updated 9/18/16 - This matter unit is not for students who are faint of heart. There is some tough yet scientific vocabulary. There are fun and challenging demonstrations. Included are shopping lists, items needed for demonstrations, student lab book, teacher answer key, quiz, and instructions and materials to hold a student science fair.

Vocabulary

solid, liquid, gas, vapor, dissolve, float, sink, temperature, freeze, melt, evaporate, condense, boil, heat, cool, pressure, viscosity, transparent, opaque, properties, molecules

Anchor Charts: matter, solid, liquid, gas, mass

Demonstrations and Activities:

Matter Mystery Bag
Properties of Solids
My Solid
Properties of Liquids
Liquids: Shape Shifters
Race of the Liquids
Liquid+Liquid+Liquid=?
Properties of Gases
Strong Air
Baggie Blow Up
Dancing Raisins
Water Riddle
Melting Race
Crystal Fun
Solid+Liquid+Gas=?
Floater Boat or Sinker Stinker
Under the Microscope
Matter Quiz

Concepts covered:

solids stay the same shape, are visible, and can be felt (are usually hard)

liquids flow and form shapes (i.e., take the shape of their container and can be poured), can be visible or invisible, and can usually be felt

the volume of liquids does not change with the shape of the container

gases expand or contract to change shape, and are generally invisible, but can be felt when they are moving and pushing

solids can sink or float in liquids depending on density and shape

liquids can float on top of other liquids

gases “float” on top of liquids (bubbles rise) because they are less dense or “lighter”

all gases are less dense than water

water is the only substance that exists naturally on Earth in three states, which change from one to another depending on heat loss or gain

changes of state are reversible

solids, liquids, and gases all have mass
Total Pages
68 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
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