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Rachelle Michael

Student Instructions

Properties and Phases of Matter

1. Click add. 2. Click 3. Click to record yourself talking about each candy. Make sure you answer all the questions in the caption. 4. Use your finger to draw while you are talking. 5. When you are done click the button. Then click . 6. You can also add labels. 7. In the caption you can explain how you felt about our science lesson or tell more information if you would like. 8. Click the check mark 2 more times when you are done.

2nd Grade, Science
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

Students will edit this template:

I just got a postcard from my friend in Florida who is at Camp Way-To-Hot. She just ran out of candy and she wants me to send her some. The only way to get mail to Camp Way-To-Hot is to drive it in a truck that has to travel for hours in the HOT Florida sun. What candy should I send? Explain the properties of each candy and then explain why I should or why I not send each candy. Tell how our science experiment influenced your ideas. What was surprising about what you learned about each candy during our experiment?

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

This can be used with Mystery Science. 2nd grade Material Magic: Phases of Matter mystery 3.