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Getting sick of using water as your one and only example of matter changing phase? Check out this video. It uses glass, chocolate, and a few other items as examples. {Made by the Columbus Museum of Art}

Matter, Matter, Everywhere! PowerPoint - This PowerPoint is VERY interactive with the students as it introduces the topics and continues to review concepts. There are activities for class or group discussions, journal entries, a lab, and many oral responses. Topics covered: What is matter? Physical properties of matter Mass vs. gravity Measuring for Mass Changes in Matter (both physical and chemical)

Fire-Resistant Water Balloon at Steve Spangler Science Nifty idea for heat transfer

A magic expanding hand (combine a liquid and a solid to create a gas...)

May be the COOLEST thing I have EVER Pinned! Content Trailers-short music videos to act as a "hook" when introducing a lesson. All grade levels, all subjects...lots of history.

Free solids, liquids and gases booklet

Love this Solid/Liquid/Gas experiment with balloons: one with air, one with water, one with ice.

Love this Solid/Liquid/Gas experiment with balloons: one with air, one with water, one with ice.

Love this Solid/Liquid/Gas experiment with balloons: one with air, one with water, one with ice.

Some great videos on states of matter for middle school kids - look under chemistry unit

Science - Fifth Grade at Gardendale Elementary School

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Third Grade Thinkers: Halloween Science Snazzy Snack Idea - Looking at changes of matter in a fuzzy drink

Third Grade Thinkers: Spooky Science: A Matter Experiment