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Properties of Matter

Grades 5 to 8 - eBook - Lesson Plan

  • Properties of Matter Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Properties of Matter Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Properties of Matter Gr. 5-8 - eBook
  • Properties of Matter Gr. 5-8 - eBook
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Order #: CCP4504 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-370-8 Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 60 Author: George Graybill
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  • Overall a useful resource.

    Connie So
  • A nice supplement to my current curriculum.

    Christine Robinson
  • Very helpful!

    Jasmine Smith
  • Very helpful!

    Jasmine Smith
  • Very useful resource!

    vanessa rivas
  • Good stuff...

    Ruth Dion
  • Readings are fantastic! Difficult for grade 5, but the comprehension questions allow for great class discussion :)

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  • This was a great reading comprehension resource! I used it to supplement my lessons and to sometimes introduce lessons.

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  • I'm excited to use this next term. Thanks!

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  • Great addition to my science centers! I can do Reading comprehension skills too! Perfect!

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  • Good Reading

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  • I would recommend this to every teacher I work with! Very informative and useful.

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  • A great resource. Thank you

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  • Very useful

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  • Loved all of it. This resource was amazing. I used most of it in my class this year. Thanks.

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  • "Great resource for our matter unit! I love how it's written at a basic level, but explains tricky concepts!"

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  • "This was the perfect supplement to our district required textbook as we move to teaching Next Gen science standards. Thanks!"

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  • Way better than my textbook. More kid friendly language.

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  • Another winner! Thanks so much!!

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Description

Discover what matter is and what it isn't. Our resource breaks down the physical and chemical properties of matter to make it more accessible to students. Start off by identifying matter as atoms, particles and molecules. Then, explore the three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Determine whether something is transparent, opaque or translucent. List three physical changes and three chemical changes that could happen in the kitchen. Conduct an experiment to see chemical change in action. Describe the steps necessary when separating a mixture. Experiment with photosynthesis, an important chemical change. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy and STEAM initiatives, additional hands-on experiments, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

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Product Reviews

-- R.Debus

Awesome!! Love your stuff!

Connie So

Overall a useful resource.

Christine Robinson

A nice supplement to my current curriculum.

Jasmine Smith

Very helpful!

Jasmine Smith

Very helpful!

vanessa rivas

Very useful resource!

Ruth Dion

Good stuff...

-- C.Correa

Readings are fantastic! Difficult for grade 5, but the comprehension questions allow for great class discussion :)

-- Jenilan

This was a great reading comprehension resource! I used it to supplement my lessons and to sometimes introduce lessons.

-- B. Buzz

I'm excited to use this next term. Thanks!

-- V. Runge

Great addition to my science centers! I can do Reading comprehension skills too! Perfect!

-- philomena20

Good Reading

-- Hayrockey27

I would recommend this to every teacher I work with! Very informative and useful.

-- D. Shappell

A great resource. Thank you

-- L. Thomas

Very useful

-- T. Osborne

Loved all of it. This resource was amazing. I used most of it in my class this year. Thanks.

-- Elyse Stelford

"Great resource for our matter unit! I love how it's written at a basic level, but explains tricky concepts!"

-- Lessons in the Sand

"This was the perfect supplement to our district required textbook as we move to teaching Next Gen science standards. Thanks!"

-- Karrie Ginetz

Way better than my textbook. More kid friendly language.

-- NaCole Knutson

Another winner! Thanks so much!!

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