Grab your Free States of Matter Chemistry Study to help explain in detail the States of Matter to your elementary age students. This amazing 18 page unit study includes so many fun activities and illustrations that your child will love.
If you are thinking that it’s too early to start teaching your children about chemistry, you may want to reconsider! Elementary is the perfect age to start teaching your students about the states of matter, how you can use them to encourage learning both in and outside of the classroom.
You will get all of these in your free States of Matter: A Chemistry Unit Study for Elementary Ages printable pack:
- Matching Game
- States of Matter Bonus Questions
- Water Evaporation Visual
- How Temperature Affects States of Matter Visual
- Three States of Matter Visual
- States of Matter Vocabulary Cards
- Experiment Journaling
You might also want to look at these free chemistry printables and resources:
Scroll down to download the Chemistry Unit Study for Elementary Ages printable pack.
Books to read on states of matter:
All about Matter (Science Builders)Many Kinds of Matter: A Look at Solids, Liquids, and Gases (Lightning Bolt Books ® _ Exploring Physical Science)Joe-Joe the Wizard Brews Up Solids, Liquids, and Gases (In the Science Lab)Matter: Physical Science for Kids (Picture Book Science)The Solid Truth About States of Matter With Max Axiom, Super Scientist (Graphic Science)What Is the World Made Of?: All About Solids, Liquids, and Gases (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)Change It!: Solids, Liquids, Gases and You (Primary Physical Science)What’s the Matter in Mr. Whiskers’ Room?
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