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2nd grade lesson

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Lori Mittleman

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Lori Mittleman
Fall 2012 States of Matter 1. Solid
2. Liquid
3. Gas
4. Plasma There are 4 States of Matter Solids Liquids Gasses References Solid, liquid, gas image: http://www.youngstown.k12.oh.us/powpak/cgi-bin/wq_student_page.pl?id=youn_res&wq=1 Solids have a definite
shape and volume. https://sites.google.com/site/msmittlemansclass/ Link to Class Website http://www.midlandeducationcentre.com.au/showProduct/Maths/Maths/Geometric+Solids Solids: Liquids have no definite shape! Gas: http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/dec/16/gas-suppliers-overcharging Steam: http://vivw.avivd.com/photography.html#Vertical8 Gasses have no definite shape and can fill up any container or shape.
Sometimes, gasses are called vapors. The differences in molecules between solids, liquids, and gasses. Molecular Differences: http://www.ck12.org/user:YWJyb3duQGJnY3MuazEyLmluLnVz/section/The-Three-States-of-Matter/ Some substances, like water can go through all three states of matter. 3 States of Water: http://wateronthemove.wikispaces.com/Forms+of+Water States of Matter Video Can You Give an
Example of a Solid? Cheese: http://blog.fooducate.com/2011/06/26/if-milk-is-white-why-is-cheese-yellow/ Wood: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood Can You Name Some Liquids? Give Some Examples of Gasses Match: http://wiki.naturalfrequency.com/wiki/Artificial_Light Neon: http://www.resonanceresearch.com/floor_exhibits.html Stars: http://footage.shutterstock.com/clip-1407010-stock-footage-flying-through-stars-and-gasses-in-gorgeous-space.html How Water Changes Matter State throughout the Water Cycle States of Matter and the Water Cycle Video: http://teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?title=State_of_Matter&video_id=114851 Plasma So, What is Matter Anyway? Plasma Lamp: http://www.china-made.org/product_4791_plasma_ball_supplier_from_China.html A Video about the States of Matter
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