States of Matter

Unit 8: Matter and Atoms
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT explain the characteristics of the states of matter.

Big Idea: Matter can be found as a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma. But, how can matter change from one state to another? Have students draw & explain their answer as they learn about each state.

  Print Lesson
23 teachers like this lesson
Subject(s):
Science, liquid, gas, state of matter, solids, thermal energy, foldable
  40 minutes
tetrafluoroethane liquid 2
 
1
2
3
Similar Lessons
 
Phase Change and Behavior of Gases
8th Grade Science » Effects of Heat Energy Transfers on Earth's Atmosphere
Big Idea: Use this lesson to explore how the properties of gases depend on the behavior of the particles involved. Students will love playing with the simulation.
  Favorites(52)
  Resources(20)
Brookline, MA
Environment: Urban
Ryan Keser
 
Connecting Molecular Motion to Thermometers
6th Grade Science » Matter
Big Idea: Understanding how a thermometer works will deepen your students understanding of molecular motion.
  Favorites(15)
  Resources(17)
East Walpole, MA
Environment: Suburban
David Kujawski
 
Phase Change Lab
6th Grade Science » States of Matter
Big Idea: Through a lab experiment, students will collect data and write a lab report, summarizing their findings.
  Favorites(18)
  Resources(15)
Brooklyn, NY
Environment: Urban
Drewe Warndorff
 
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload
details
close