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Contact Information: Carle1kv@cmich.edu

Lesson Title: Matter is everywhere!Grade Level: 2nd or 3rd

Materials: Center 1: white construction paper for each pair of students, scissors, glue, stack of magazines,  marker  Center 2: block, a piece of clay, marble, coin, an eraser, solids worksheet   Center 3: 2 cups of water, 4 different size containers (small, large, skinny and fat) scale, liquids worksheet Center 4:  cup, paper towel, tub of water, gases worksheet

References: Scott Foresman science workbook grade 2, Harcourt Science workbook grade 2

Science Process Skills: Observing, Classifying, Communicating, Measuring, Predicting, Inferring, Identifying and Controlling Variables, Experimenting, Formulating Questions

MCF and Science Topic:  

Strand I, CS I E 2 (Develop solutions to unfamiliar problems through reasoning, observation, and/ or experiment)

Strand IV, CS 2 E 1 (Describe common physical changes in matter)

Lesson Objective: To help children discover and understand the different physical stages of matter.

Key Question: What are the physical states of matter?

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Theories/Methods

Engage Activity

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