A visual, scaffolded, no-prep resource for teaching about heat (thermal) energy and temperature during the change of state from liquid to gas at the boiling point! A Powerpoint or Google Slides presentation makes this an easy, no-prep resource!
3 STATES OF MATTER: solids, liquids, gases,boiling point, water vapor, freezing point, range of liquid temperatures, THE WATER CYCLE: evaporation, condensation, precipitation, runoff, transpiration, infiltration, accumulation, forming of clouds, dust particles for clouds to form, TYPES OF CLOUDS: cumulus, stratus, cirrus, fog, cumulonimbus, nimbostratus, altostratus, altocumulus, low/middle/high clouds, and creating other types of clouds.
In this experiment, the student will be given two liquids: isopropyl alcohol and an unknown. The student will determine the temperature at which they boil and identify the unknown according to its boiling point.
States of Matter Sort My students love completing sort activities because it provides them with a different way to show their understanding. This activity includes the sort and glue page AND a "create your own" page for fast finishers. This sort is desi
Changing States of Matter: Interactive Graphic Organizer
This is the perfect way to provide your students with quick, targeted practice over how matter changes from one state to another. Print, laminate and go. This interactive model works as a center, intervention activity, early finisher folder or even as an
INTRODUCTION TO MATTER POWERPOINT: 1) Matter: matter, mass, volume, difference between mass and weight 2) Three States of Matter: solid, liquid, gas, shape, volume, distance and energy of particles, definite and indefinite shape and volume 3) Changes of State: evaporation, condensation, melting, freezing, sublimation, deposition 4) Temperatures that Change State: freezing point, melting point, condensing point, boiling point 5) The Particle Theory of Matter
Boiling Point is the original project created as a place of social encounters with contemporary painting. It is design to help affirmation of young visual artists and encouraging interest in painting within a broad audience.