States of Matter Graphic Organizer

States of Matter G.O. STICKERI’ve got another graphic organizer for you! This is my second graphic organizer on states of matter. It would be effective to teach students with one graphic organizer and then test them with another (since they cover the same content). Using a second graphic organizer could be a good review right before an exam/state test also.

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States of Matter Graphic Organizer

States of Matter STICKEROne of the most important parts of learning is to be able to connect the content to your own life. This is what I’m trying to help my students do with this worksheet on states of matter (3rd grade common core standard for science). When completing this page (identifying states of matter), I encourage the kids to find answers in their own lives: in the classroom, at their house, etc. This page works well as a homework page, so kids can walk around their house looking for states of matter.

Click here for the free printable PDF: States of Matter PDF

States of Matter Science Activities for Kids

Here are some fun activities I’ve seen recently that deal with states of matter (solid, liquid, gas):

Great visual and foldable for states of matter (source)

Life cycle of a snowman (source)

Encourage kids to write journals about experiments with states of matter. This one involved observing butter and chocolate left outside in the sun (source)

Bouncing bubbles activity (source)