## Reflection: Rules and Consequences States of Matter Magazine Project - Section 2: The Task

To play vobackulary, you will need to compile a list of all the vocabulary words you would like to review. Write each word on a large index card or sheet of paper. You'll need it large enough for kids in the back of the room to be able to see and read it.

I split the room into teams.  They can be as large or small as you'd like. Ask each group to choose a person to go first.  This person will change each time it is the team's turn. Tape the word to the kid's back and have them stand in front of the room. Their team will say whatever they need to get this student to guess the correct word, but they CANNOT say the word or anything that rhymes with it. Encourage them to use the definition. If they're struggling, I will offer a few clues.

How to play "vobackulary"
Rules and Consequences: How to play "vobackulary"

# States of Matter Magazine Project

Unit 7: States of Matter
Lesson 8 of 15

## Big Idea: Through this hands-on exploration of magazines, students will reinforce their knowledge of matter and its properties.

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### Drewe Warndorff

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