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STATES OF MATTER CUT AND PASTE-HOW CAN ONE STATE CHANGE INTO ANOTHER W/ EXAMPLES - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Changing States of Matter Cut & Paste-How one changes into another w/ examples

STATES OF MATTER CUT AND PASTE-HOW CAN ONE STATE CHANGE INTO ANOTHER W/ EXAMPLES - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Build-A-Cell is a drag and drop game to teach students about the organelles and organelle substructures within a plant, animal, bacterial, and fungal cell.

Build-A-Cell is a drag and drop game to teach students about the organelles and organelle substructures within a plant, animal, bacterial, and fungal cell.

Human cell coloring and labeling page, from Crayola.com for use with Apologia Anatomy

Human cell coloring and labeling page, from Crayola.com for use with Apologia Anatomy

Playful water cycle wheel created by Rachel Saffold! Visit her flickr stream  to get a copy of disc 1  and  2  for a water cycle unit!      ...

Playful water cycle wheel created by Rachel Saffold! Visit her flickr stream to get a copy of disc 1 and 2 for a water cycle unit! ...

Snowy Science: Four Frosty Experiments. While you may not be able to take your students outside to actually play in the snow (although I always try to — it’s incredibly fun!), here are four scientific ways you can bring snow-play into your classroom. (Note: If you haven’t had a recent snowfall in your neighborhood — or any snow at all — you can do most of these activities with ice cubes instead. And the “faux snow” fourth activity is just for you!)

Snowy Science: Four Frosty Experiments. While you may not be able to take your students outside to actually play in the snow (although I always try to — it’s incredibly fun!), here are four scientific ways you can bring snow-play into your classroom. (Note: If you haven’t had a recent snowfall in your neighborhood — or any snow at all — you can do most of these activities with ice cubes instead. And the “faux snow” fourth activity is just for you!)

Properties of Matter Foldable: the link doesn't work, but the picture explains it all; I would adjust to meet 6th TEK and label it physical properties instead

Properties of Matter Foldable: the link doesn't work, but the picture explains it all; I would adjust to meet 6th TEK and label it physical properties instead

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