Perfect for a middle school physical science class reviewing matter! This States of matter and state change mini bundle contains a PowerPoint, Guided Notes, Assessment, self-grading task cards, choice board, warm ups, print activities, ice cream lab and digital interactive lessons that can all be used with Google slides or Google forms!
⭐ States of matter (solid, liquid, gas)
⭐ Kinetic Theory of Matter
⭐ Thermal Energy
⭐ Changes in states of matter (Boiling, evaporation, condensation, melting, freezing, vaporization, sublimation, deposition)
⭐ Pressure and Temperature
INCLUDED IN THE BUNDLE:
1. PowerPoint, Guided Notes and Assessment
Introduce states of matter and changes in states of matter with this 3 in 1 resource! This resource includes an editable interactive PowerPoint, Cornell notes style guided notes and assessment. Everything is also available in the resource for online learning with digital versions in google slides.
The PowerPoint and guided notes contain an engagement piece, checkpoints throughout the lesson and a “bringing it back” component which ties the learning back to the engagement piece. Editable Guided notes are included that your students can work on as you go through your lesson and guide discussions. An editable assessment that ties in with the PowerPoint provides insight on what students have learned throughout the lesson.
Included with this resource:
✅ PowerPoint (Can be used for online learning…link for google slides included)
✅ Cornell Notes-style Guided Notes
✅ Assessment (Can be used for online learning…link for google slides included)
2. Digital Interactive Google Slides and Print Activities
This is a print and digital resource that uses Google Slides. There are 6 interactive activities to review states of matter and changes in states of matter.
Students will review vocabulary, phase changes, particle behavior and research.
The activities include either drag and drop or short answer text. Watch the preview video to get a better idea of how each slide works.
3. Warm Ups
3 weeks of editable warm up slides, digital or print versions are perfect for states of matter and changes in states of matter unit in your classroom with no prep! Everything is also available in the resource for online learning with digital versions in google slides.
Included in this resource:
✅ 3 weeks of warm ups (15 total).
✅ 3 editable templates to fit the needs of you and your students
✅ PowerPoint Slides with the questions to project for your students
✅ Answer key
4. Task Cards
These 24 states of matter editable task cards can be used in a classroom or digitally for online learning through Google Forms with no prep and they are self grading! They can be easily printed, cut and laminated for use in the classroom with a ready-to-print student answer sheet.
Review vocabulary related to the EM Spectrum as well as key information.
The link for Google Forms is available in the resource. An answer key in included in the resource and in Google Forms.
Task cards can be printed 1 per page or 4 per page. The answer sheet can be printed 1 per page or 2 per page to save paper. I typically print 2 per page so they’re perfect for gluing into interactive notebooks.
The text is editable in each task card but the titles and clip art are not editable.
5. Choice Board
Students have options in how they apply their knowledge of states of matter and changes in states of matter through choice. There is differentiation with the activities so students can have autonomy with their learning and presentation of knowledge.
All student submissions can be used for online learning!
This editable choice board can be used in an in-person classroom or through online learning online and is editable to suit the needs of you and your students. Students can also submit these to you digitally!
✅ Building a model
✅ Media Presentation
✅ Social Media Post
✅ Comic strip
✅ and more!
6. Changes in States of Matter and Thermal Energy Ice Cream in a Bag Lab
Teach and review changes in states of matter and thermal energy with this edible food lab! Your students will love making their own ice cream in a bag and it will really get them thinking about the thermal energy transfer going on in the process! Students can use a standard lab report or the claim, evidence, reasoning (CER) template to complete the activity.
Students will need to draw particle motion changes, identify how thermal energy is gained or lost in the process of making ice cream and how the rock salt plays a role in making the ice cream thicken.
- Lab report that includes the recipe/instructions for making ice cream in a bag
- CER (claim evidence reasoning) activity
⭐ States of Matter
⭐ Thermal Energy
⭐ Temperature Change
7. Changes in States of Matter Stations Activities