Your students will love this fantastic pack of Science activities, ideal for supporting teaching of states of matter and learning about solids, liquids and gases! Included are six activities:
Students sort the 12 materials cards into solids, liquids and gases. Answers included.
Students investigate how temperature affects the rate of ice cubes melting.
Students think of an example of each state of matter. They describe the properties of solids, liquids and gases. Sample answers included.
Students describe the role of evaporation and condensation in the water cycle. Sample answers included.
Students describe the change of state in each photograph. These are; clothes drying on a washing line, ice cream melting, icicles forming and condensation forming on a window. Sample answers included.
In this activity students research the melting point of various materials. They record the melting points and then order the materials along the image of a thermometer from highest melting point to lowest. Answers included in both degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit.
Included are detailed, clear instructions on how to set up the activities and the additional equipment needed for 'Investigate it!'. Also included is a KWL (what I know already, what I would like to know and what I learned [UK version also included - what I learnt]) for students to complete prior and after the unit.
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