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These easy-to-use resources will make planning your physical properties of matter unit a breeze! Students will be able to differentiate between the testable, measurable, and observable physical properties of matter, as well as use content vocabulary in discussions with their peers.
Start with the investigations stations and then follow with the vocabulary notes with the included PowerPoint. Use the sorting activities and puzzles to build student mastery.
The discussion cards are a fun way to encourage student use of vocabulary and to clear up any misconceptions. They provide the perfect opportunity for teachers to monitor student understanding while providing the opportunity to move around and talk to their peers.
Need science reading passages?
Included in this bundle:
- Physical Properties of Matter Investigation Stations
- Physical Properties of Matter Vocabulary Notes with PowerPoint
- Physical Properties of Matter Sorting Activities
- Physical Properties of Matter Vocabulary Puzzles
- Physical Properties of Matter Discussion Cards
- Physical Properties of Matter Sort: Measurable, Testable, Observable
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- Some of these resources are included in more than one bundle. Check before you buy to avoid duplicate purchases.
**support the same learning objectives but are not included in this bundle**
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