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States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity

States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
States of Matter - Middle School CODE BREAKER Revision Activity
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  1. 5 resource bundle teaching students states of matter using active learning, collaborative learning, experiments and worksheets with differentiated materials.Each resource includes1. Student worksheet with tasks using literacy, problem solving, experiment details and extension exercises2. Experiment
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Challenge your middle school students to be first to crack the code and solve this States of Matter CODE BREAKER revision activity.

Place the cards around your classroom, start at any question, find the answer on a different card, record the code letter and move onto the next card.

Great as a starter or end of topic revision aid.

12 questions each with a code letter - cipher given once all 12 letters are collected

This resource aligns with NGSS MS-PS1-4

Please see the preview for all questions and instructions

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Take a look at my STATES OF MATTER BUNDLE that contains this and other popular resources including:

The Particle Model - teach students how particles are arranged in solids, liquids and gases

The Properties of Matter - using basic experiments show how solids, liquids and gases are different and then learn how this relates to how the particles are arranged

Melting and Boiling - show by melting ice and then boiling water states of matter can change when heat energy is added

Condensing and Freezing - use stearic acid to show how liquids freeze when they lose heat energy

Task cards - an ideal way to revise the topic prior to assessment

You may be in interested in my other middle school resources including:

Chemical word equations - FREE

Periodic Table - Middle School Activity BUNDLE

Science Safety Symbols - CODE BREAKER - FREE

Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

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