This flow chart can be used in many ways to strengthen student understanding of matter and its three states.- Print as a large anchor poster for quick student reference- Print small to fit in student science notebooks- Print one of the three flow charts that have some or all parts missing to use as scaffolded notes or as an assessment.
What’s Matter? - Crash Course Kids #3.1 by thecrashcourse: No no no, not what’s THE matter. What’s MATTER? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about what matter is and the three states of matter: Solid, Liquid, and Gas. She also does a quick experiment that you can do at home to prove that air is matter.This first series is based on 5th grade science. We’re super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!///Standards Us
This 27-page science mini-book was created to help teach the Next Generation Science Standards for 2nd grade in structure and properties of matter. It covers the following principles: what is matter, different states of matter, how matter can change, reversing states of matter, and observable properties of matter.
This 23-page science mini-book was created to help with the Next Generation Science Standards for 2nd grade in structure and property of matter. It covers the following principles: what is matter, different states of matter, how matter can change, and observable properties of matter.
States of Matter: Solids, Liquids, and Gases Study Guide Outline - Characteristics of Matter - King Virtue's Classroom Starting your unit on Matter? Help your students get off to a great start with this simple study guide outline. This is a great tool that can be used to inform your parents about what their children will be learning about the three states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) and the characteristics of each phase.