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States of matter and how they go from one state to another state, I may make a little more detailed but nevertheless a great idea. 0358.

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States of matter--awesome anchor chart showing properties of EACH state of matter!

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Nice blog post with science foldables dealing with changing states of matter

Great idea for States of Matter! This could be a great idea to get students interested in water in its liquid form. Students could cut out water in its different forms and make a scrap book to help them remember the various forms.

My own poster for the 3 States of Matter

We started out talking about the definitions of the states of matter and coming up with examples of each. My students recorded our ideas in their science journals using a chart:

This blog provides a great science activity focusing on the states of matter for first grade students. The balloons are filled with air, water, and ice. Students can then feel how heavy they are, water happens when they are dropped, and other characteristics of the states of matter. This hands-on approach to teaching engages students and motivates them through the kinesthetic approaches.

Cycle 1 Foldable States of Matter: We should already know this, but it makes density make more sense.

This blog has great ideas of foldables for the upper grades