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This bundle of solid, liquid & gas worksheets contains 7 ready-to-use states of matter activities to teach students about where these states are in everyday products and identifying the difference between each of them.
Solid, Liquid, Gas: States of Matter I
label the particle images as Solid, Liquid or Gas, based on their particle arrangement
Solid, Liquid, Gas: States of Matter II
Match the following matters to their correct state as they are found at room temperature and pressure.
Solid, Liquid, Gas: Characteristics
The three different states of matter display different specific characteristics. Students should match the balloon with the correct place card.
Solid, Liquid, Gas: Change of State
Matters change their state depending upon temperature and pressure. Students would be required to match the terms used to the change in state.
Solid, Liquid, Gas: Effect of temperature.
Finish the scenario and highlight what the change of temperature would do to the change in state.
Solid, Liquid, Gas: Can it be compressed?
Can it be compressed worksheet
Solid, Liquid, Gas: Complete the sentence
Complete the sentences task where students will complete sentences on what they have learnt.
After completing these solid, liquid and gas worksheets students will be able to:
- Differentiate between the states of matters.
- Match everyday products with different states.
- Identify common characteristics of each state.
- How change of state can occur.
- Effects of temperature on a specific state.
- Recap everything learnt and have a broad understanding of different states and how they can change.
Use With Any Curriculum
These worksheets have been specifically designed for use with any international curriculum. You can use these worksheets as-is, or edit them using Google Slides to make them more specific to your own student ability levels and curriculum standards.