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Tracey Robinson

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State of Water: Particles Too Small To Be Seen

MLS: Strand 1.1.C.5th.a Describe how changes in state (freezing/melting/condensation/evaporation/boiling) provide evidence that matter is made up of particles too small to be seen. Teacher Note and Student Note: **While this is made for a student to complete, an adult is going to have to heat/boil the water in a microwave, and then weigh it due to the heat. Besides that, the student will be able to do everything else on their own. Directions: Follow the directions/questions on the template. Remember, the teacher is in charge of moving around the glass dish, heating the water, and weighing the hot water.

5th Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, Science
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