Solids, Liquids and GasesQuick View

Solids, Liquids and Gases

Two lessons on the three states. Lesson One: Three States- a revision of Solids and Liquids, and an Introduction to Gases, including Activities, Resource Sheets and Teacher's Notes. Lesson Two: It Gets Everywhere- a lesson on air spaces and bubbles, including Activities, Resource Sheets and Teacher's Notes.

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Solids, Liquids and GasesQuick View

Solids, Liquids and Gases

Differentiated powerpoint covering solids, liquids and gases. Used in an observation. Worksheets to print at the end of the powerpoint.

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Solids, liquids and gases imagesQuick View

Solids, liquids and gases images

A good introductory ppt for Solids, Liquids and gases, this contains a range of different images which the children can look at and either discuss which one (S, L or G) they are or plot into a table. The answers are provided at the end of the ppt. There's a can of hairspray on there which could provide an interesting discussion with pupils as this is arguably both liquid and gas in it's contents, (obviously the container is solid!) I hope it's helpful as a quick starter activity and saves you scrabbling round for objects or making your own ppt!

By Lisaread

Density of solids and liquids worksheetQuick View

Density of solids and liquids worksheet

For a lower set year 8 class. A highly scaffolded worksheet teaching students how to use the density formula to calculate densities of various solids. A cloze exercise testing understanding of key concepts about density.

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Solids, Liquids and GasesQuick View

Solids, Liquids and Gases

PowerPoint file to back up teaching of lessons within the solids, liquids and gases topic at KS3. Contains weblinks and animations.

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Solids/Liquids- MeltingQuick View

Solids/Liquids- Melting

PowerPoint showing how different things melt. Worksheets- different ability- about how/why things melt.

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state of Matter: Solids, Liquids and GasesQuick View

state of Matter: Solids, Liquids and Gases

Students are introduced to Democritus and his ideas of divisibility. Building on KS2 knowledge, students use plasticine to build models of solids, liquids and gases in groups. Using the idea that syringes of water and sand cannot be compressed, students rework their models to demonstrate the density of liquids. Teacher uses a simple demonstration of: floating and sinking, compression and shape to reinforce the idea of the "particle model". Students complete their findings independently.

By mick_w

Solid, Liquid and Gases Display PostersQuick View

Solid, Liquid and Gases Display Posters

A great display resource which will act as a good reminder of the different properties of a solid, liquid and gas. In this pack are three A4 posters showing the properties of a solid, liquid and a gas All the posters are attractively designed in colour and can be clearly seen from a distance.

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States of Matter – Solid, Liquid and GasQuick View

States of Matter – Solid, Liquid and Gas

States of Matter – Solid, Liquid and Gas .................................................................. This is a complete unit on States of matter. It includes lessons (to act as the unit plan), activities, and printable worksheets. Show your students that solids, liquids and gases really do "matter" with these States of Matter unit plan! It will be a great addition to your States of Matter curriculum and will add discovery and excitement to your Science class! Activities and Resources Include: o What is matter? o What are solid, liquid and gas? o Phase change diagram of matter. o Phase change diagram of water. o Cut and paste activity. o Measuring methodology. o 36 task cards. Kids have to choose correct answer for given picture. o 12 vocabulary tags. Kids have to describe each tag in their science note book. o Worksheet – fill in the blanks by using given words. o Question sheet. o True or false. o Complete phase change diagram for matter. o Match section A and B. • Simple & lucid language makes the understanding of concept easier. • Child-friendly layout with illustrations and photographs holds the interest of the child and reinforces learning through visual impact. CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW TO SEE THIS PACKET UP CLOSE! Other resources you may be interested in- 1 – Earth day 2 - Heat Transfer - Interactive Notebook with KEY 3 - Light and Shadow - Comprehension Questions and Assessment Pack 4 - States of Matter “Doodle Notes” 5 - Light – worksheets 6 - Force, Work and Energy – Unit plan with worksheets 7 - Reading Comprehension Checks – Sloppy Science-1 8 - Reading Comprehension Checks – Sloppy Science-2 9 - Reading Comprehension Checks – Golden Rules to Save Electricity, Paper, Water & Fuel 10 – Safety and First Aid Happy Learning….!!!

By raj98me

Changes in Materials and Particles. Solids, Liquids and Gases WorksheetsQuick View

Changes in Materials and Particles. Solids, Liquids and Gases Worksheets

Changes in materials and particles, solids, liquids and gases worksheets This is a fun 2 page worksheet for teaching children about solids, liquids and gases. The questions relate to particles and changes in state. Included in this download is the fun video which explains materials and provides the answers to this worksheet. There are some coloured pictures but works just as well when printed black and white Thanks so much for stopping by! The Ginger Teacher

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Particle Theory lesson - Solids, Liquids and GasesQuick View

Particle Theory lesson - Solids, Liquids and Gases

Year 7 or 8 lesson on the Particle Theory - Solids, Liquids and Gases. PowerPoint and worksheets included (at the back of the PowerPoint). LOs: To identify solids, liquids and gases. To describe the 3 states and their properties. To explain changes of state using ideas about the particle model of matter. Activities: 1. Do Now: Separate the different substances into solids, liquids and gases. Are there any you are unsure about? 2. Exposition: The particle theory of solids, liquids and gases 3. Student Activity: Explaining properties using the particle theory 4. Class Activity: Watch interactive content on particles (could be replaced by practical demonstrations in the laboratory) 5. Student Activity: Complete the information table about the particles in solids, liquids and gases (and green pen check) 6. Mini-plenary: Particles and states MCQs 7. Independent Task: Exam style questions on the particle theory (then self assessment and reflection) 8. Plenary: Learning triangle For more resources check out my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/alexpce If you liked this resource, please write a review! :)

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Expansion and Contraction in Solids, Liquids and Gases [Worksheet – Print Version]Quick View

Expansion and Contraction in Solids, Liquids and Gases [Worksheet – Print Version]

3-page worksheet for junior high school chemistry. Designed to accompany the FREE presentation States of Matter: Solids, Liquids and Gases. Includes a complete answer version. A full preview of this resource is available at: www.goodscienceworksheets.com/expansion-and-contraction-worksheet-print.shtml * This resource is linked to the Australian Curriculum for Year 8 Science (ACSSU151) and makes great NAPLAN revision.

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STATES OF MATTER 24 Sorting Cards Activity for solids, liquids and gasesQuick View

STATES OF MATTER 24 Sorting Cards Activity for solids, liquids and gases

This is a great activity that can be used in your classroom while studying states of matter. 24 real life pictures contain images of solids, liquids and gases for pupils to study and sort. There are 24 pictures in total, 6 per page of A4. To use as a cut and paste sorting activity in their books, choose "Multiple" in Page Sizing and Handling when printing. Hope you will enjoy this product!

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