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Lindsay Bamford

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States of Matter

1. Click add 2. Click on the video video to learn about the properties of states of matter. 3. Click the link link to go to page 2. 4. Use move to sort the boxes and complete the table. 5. On page 3, showcase what your know about states of matter. Choose from video, rec, :photos: or drawing to present your learning. 6. Click check to submit your work.

4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, Science, Home Learning
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Video sourced from https://patreon.com/freeschool - Help support more content like this! Matter is all around us! Solid, liquid, and gas, everything you see, touch, and even breathe is made of matter. Matter is made of atoms, and the arrangement of the atoms determines whether the substance is solid, liquid, or gas. Learn more about the three main states of matter in this kid-friendly video!