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#### 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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#### States of Matter-Solids, Liquids and Gases

This is an activity on states of matter (solids, liquids and gases). There are diagrams that you can display via the projector and you can also print them out for pupils reference. Pupils must match the statements with the state of matter and fill out the table based on prior knowledge about this topic.
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#### Solids, Liquids and Gases Posters

A set of three A4 posters with simple information and picture support throughout. Posters use Sassoon font
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#### 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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#### Layers of the Earth Word Search

This word search on the layers of the earth includes the following vocabulary terms. The solution to the puzzle is included. ♦ Asthenosphere ♦ Core ♦ Crust ♦ Inner Core ♦ Liquid ♦ Lithosphere ♦ Mantle ♦ Outer Core ♦ Solid
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#### States of Matter Word Search

This word search on the states of matter also doubles as a coloring book!. The solution to the puzzle is included. Vocabulary Terms Included: ♦ Solid ♦ Liquid ♦ Gas ♦ Plasma ♦ Freezing ♦ Melting ♦ Evaporation ♦ Condensation
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#### Science Task Cards: States of Matter

This is a set of 24 qr code task cards designed to help students work with knowledge about solids, liquids, and gases. Students will need to identify whether something is a solid, liquid, or gas. They are able to check their work by scanning the QR codes. *2 versions of the task cards are included: one with QR codes, and one without Ideas for using task cards in your classroom: -centers -small group/intervention -write the room -scoot -early finisher choice -cooperative learning activity
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#### States of Matter Lesson - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides

This lesson presents the seven characteristics of all living things with big images and bright colors. Includes student key questions (objectives) and suggested activity at the end. This presentation was created for the Cambridge Secondary 1 Science Syllabus (Year 7) Filetype: Microsoft Powerpoint (16.0), PDF, link to Google Slides Site: 5.04MB Number of slides: 28 Media: 1 Student activities: 2 Key questions (learning objectives): What are the states of matter? What are the properties of each state of matter? What is matter made of? Slides: 1. Title 2. Presentation attributes 3. Lesson lead-in 4. Key questions 5. Section title: Matter: What is it? 6. What is matter? 7. What is matter? (2) 8. Video: Matter matters 9. Behaviour of matter 10. Section title: The states of matter &amp; their properties 11. Properties of solids 12. Examples of solids 13. Properties of liquids 14. Examples of liquids 15. Properties of gases 16. Examples of gases 17. Activity: Questions for students 18. Group activity: Solid, liquid or gas? 19. Section title: Explaining matter 20. Explaining matter 21. Explaining matter (2) 22-27: Activity: 'How do you know?' game 28. Wrap-up
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#### Particle Theory - Year 7 Science KS3 - PowerPoint, PDF, Google Slides

This lesson presents the differences between solids, liquids and gases on a molecular level with colorful diagrams and engaging questions. Includes student key questions (objectives) a Youtube video. This presentation was created for the Cambridge Secondary 1 Science Syllabus (Year 7) Filetype: Microsoft Powerpoint (16.0), PDF, link to Google Slides Site: 1.28MB Number of slides: 16 Media: Links to 1 Youtube video Key questions (learning objectives): How are particles arranged in… + solids? + iquids? + gases? Slides: 1. Title 2. Presentation attributes 3. Key questions 4-5. Lesson lead-in 6. Title slide: Using Particle Theory 7. Particles in a solid 8. Particles in a liquid 9. Particles in a gas 10. Youtube video 11. Title slide: Explaining Properties 12. Explaining properties 13. Diagram: Different characteristics of particles in solids, liquids and gases 14: Title slide: Questions 15. Question for students 16. Wrap-up
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#### States of Matter Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of the states of matter. This product contains 16 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Atom ♦ Compound ♦ Condensation ♦ Element ♦ Evaporation ♦ Freezing ♦ Gas ♦ Liquid ♦ Mass ♦ Melting ♦ Mixture ♦ Plasma ♦ Solid ♦ States of Matter ♦ Sublimation ♦ Volume
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#### States of Matter Crossword Puzzle

This crossword puzzle on the states of matter is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words: ♦ Atom ♦ Chemical Change ♦ Compound ♦ Condensation ♦ Element ♦ Evaporation ♦ Gas ♦ Liquid ♦ Mass ♦ Matter ♦ Melting ♦ Mixture ♦ Molecule ♦ Physical Change ♦ Solid ♦ Volume
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#### States of Matter Lapbook

This lapbook on the states of matter is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research different facts about each state of matter and write what they find on the provided blank lines. A completed lapbook with answers is included. Note: This lapbook fits inside of composition books (as shown on the cover page) Contents: 1. How to use and Assembly Instructions for the lapbook 2. Completed facts for each term: Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma 3. Blank versions for students to write their own facts
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#### PhET States of Matter: Basics Activity Guide

The PhET States of Matter: Basics activity guide is used along with the new HTML5 PhET Simulation &quot;States of Matter: Basics”. Students learn the relationship between temperature and pressure as matter exists as solids, liquids, and gasses. Students go on to explore effects of variations in temperature and pressure of various substances and how that effects phase change. PhET simulations are fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena. All PhET simulations are freely available from the PhET website (phet.colorado.edu) and are easy to use and incorporate into the classroom. All HTML5 simulations will work on Mac and PC desktops and notebook computers as well as Chromebook and iPads.
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#### States of Matter Accordion Booklet

This booklet is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research different facts about each state of matter and write what they find on the provided blank lines. A completed booklet with answers is included. Contents: 1. Assembly Instructions for the booklet 2. Completed facts for each of the following terms: Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma 3. Blank versions for students to write their own facts for each term 4. A smaller version of #1, 2, &amp; 3 to fit smaller pieces of construction paper 5. Black and white versions of #1, 2, 3, and 4
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#### Properties of Matter Review Boardgame

This board game includes 30 rigors multiple choice cards There is an answer key and also a set of QR code answers if you want students to self check. Content addressed: Matter and energy. The student knows that matter has measurable physical properties and those properties determine how matter is classified, changed, and used. The student is expected to: classify matter based on physical properties, including mass, magnetism, physical state (solid, liquid, and gas), relative density (sinking and floating), solubility in water, and the ability to conduct or insulate thermal energy or electric energy; identify the boiling and freezing/melting points of water on the Celsius scale; demonstrate that some mixtures maintain physical properties of their ingredients such as iron filings and sand; and identify changes that can occur in the physical properties of the ingredients of solutions such as dissolving salt in water or adding lemon juice to water.
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