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4 States Of Matter

The dancing raisins experiment is a fun and simple way to teach kids about gas, density, and states of matter. Plus, it's super amazing to watch! || Gift of Curiosity

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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

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Overthinking is the biggest cause of unhappiness

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States of Matter: Solids, Liquids, and Gases Study Guide - Characteristics

States of Matter: Solids, Liquids, and Gases Study Guide Outline - Characteristics of Matter - King Virtue's Classroom Starting your unit on Matter? Help your students get off to a great start with this simple study guide outline. This is a great tool that can be used to inform your parents about what their children will be learning about the three states of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) and the characteristics of each phase.

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Make primary colored ice cubes. Put two different colored ice cubes in a class and see what color they will make when they melt. Let the kids make predictions!

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Olaf & The States of Matter

a Frozen inspired lesson plan on the states of matter!

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(Faith) I can't take this anymore. "Blaze, we need to talk." ((Closed RP))

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states of matter- bag bomb! LIQUID - Pour 1/4 cup of warm water into a ziploc bag. Next, add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the water (food coloring optional). SOLID - In a tissue, dump 3 tsp. of baking soda. Fold the tissue up like a square.Zip it up, let go of the pouch, and watch the bag expand - GAS! Soon the bag will look like a giant bubble. Hold it up and look what's happening inside, an acid-base reaction, creating CO2!

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States of Matter: Baking Soda in a balloon, on top of a bottle filled with vinegar makes a gas and fills up the balloon.

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