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# Physical properties

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I made these charts to help the students review what a solid, liquid, and gas is. I cut out different pictures from a magazine and laminated them. I then put sticky Velcro on the pictures and anchor charts so the students could place the correct picture onto the correct chart. We did this activity whole group first so I could explain the pictures. Then, I let the students do this activity as a center.

My students pretty much loved my student teacher and I on Friday as we are about to conclude our unit on Matter. They have been very good about recognizing the various states and how the states change. As a little reward for their hard work during this unit, we decided to give them some root beer floats - but not without learning about them first! While the students were in Library, my student teacher poured the root beer into cups. You should have seen their faces when I brought them back…

Learn about dissolving and colors with this lollipop science experiment for kids.

We learned about the States of Matter by making Root Beer Floats. We labeled them using the Pixie App.This great idea came from Common Core and so Much More.Pixie App Preview

I made these charts to help the students review what a solid, liquid, and gas is. I cut out different pictures from a magazine and laminated them. I then put sticky Velcro on the pictures and anchor charts so the students could place the correct picture onto the correct chart. We did this activity whole group first so I could explain the pictures. Then, I let the students do this activity as a center.

Whew! It is sure a challenge to fit in all our normal fun stuff with all this new common core stuff! Here's some of the apple stuff we did this year, though it's only a fraction of what we did last year. You can check out last year's posts HERE and HERE. We started by learning about Johnny Appleseed. We made a character map all together, then the kids made their own (sorry no picture). Then we tasted a red apple and described it using our five senses. The kids also filled out their own. This…

Show your students that solids, liquids and gases really do "MATTER" with these States of Matter real pictures to sort, printables and activities! This is a great addition to your States of Matter curriculum and will add discovery and excitement to your Science Center!What other teachers have said a...

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: States of Matter. Great to do after a physical activity. Students who are solid are close and slow. Liquid further apart. Gas far apart and fast!

States of Matter (Solid, Liquid and Gas) sorting picture printable activity. Great for the Science Center!

These States of Matter Freebies are great to use during your study of the states of matter! There are 2 items included in this states of matter download. One is a graphic organizer and one is a flip book for interactive notebooks. The states of matter resources can be used in a variety of ways. Stud...

A few weeks ago we learned all about the states of matter (solids, liquids and gases). I created a unit for TpT and Teacher's Notebook including all the activities you will see in this post. Please check out my stores if you are interested in this unit! :) 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: The next day we chose different examples of solids, liquids…

Students create a foldable for the properties of matter (size, shape, color, texture, and hardness) that includes examples and definitions for each. Use when teaching the properties of matter, during an experiment to record observations of a specific object, or as review before a test. Differentia...

Solids, Liquids, and Gas! This unit is designed to teach a fun and comprehensive Matter Unit, while addressing a variety of Common Core Standards along the way. This unit is a student favorite because it includes so many demonstrations and hands on science activities!This unit is also offered at a d...

Check out the gummy bear below that Science Matters grew! Who knew gummies could expand so much when submerged in water?! Experiment - Keep gummy bears submerged in water at least overnight. The longer you leave them in the water, the more dramatic the results! Measure, weigh, and feel the gummy bears. Compare them to a "regular" gummy bear. What differences do you see? Did the gummy bears undergo a physical or chemical change? photo via science matters A Survival Guide to Middle School took…