States Of Matter: Identifying Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Students will be able to differentiate between a solid, liquid, and gas. Students will be able to give examples of changes in states of matter from heating and cooling.
- Tell your students that they will be learning about the states of matter.
- Explain that everything in our lives is made up of matter. It includes the air we breathe, the clothes we wear, the books we read, the food we eat, etc.
- Ask them if they know what the 3 states of matter are.
- List the three states of matter on the board.