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STC Program: Solids and Liquids, 3rd Edition

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STC Program: Solids and Liquids, 3rd Edition is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Grades K-2. The investigations in Solids and Liquids introduce students to two key concepts of physical science-that solids and liquids are two states of matter and that each state of matter has its own identifiable properties. Students begin by investigating a set of solids, focusing on properties such as shape, color, texture, and hardness. They conduct experiments to determine whether the solids will float or sink, roll or stack, or attract a magnet.

 
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Grades K-2. The investigations in Solids and Liquids introduce students to two key concepts of physical science-that solids and liquids are two states of matter and that each state of matter has its own identifiable properties. Students begin by investigating a set of solids, focusing on properties such as shape, color, texture, and hardness. They conduct experiments to determine whether the solids will float or sink, roll or stack, or attract a magnet. Next, students actively explore the properties of liquids, how they look and feel, their fluidity, how they mix with water, and their degree of absorption. Students communicate their observations and the results of their experiments through discussion, writing, and drawing and improve their ability to follow directions and conduct experiments.

 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Students LOVE this kit :) I have used this kit with First Graders since 2001 and have taught many teachers how to use this kit. Students LOVE this unit - especially the "drop races" and identifying solids. I recommend unpacking the kit with students and creating labels for one of each item. Drop the label and the item in a zipper seal bag and hang them on a bulletin board - Instant word wall and excellent for English Language Learners! Helps during notebooking when students want to know how to spell names for items, too. No bulletin board? tape the bags to a tri-fold science fair board. It's portable. Students see common and not so common items in new ways and learn classification by properties! Favorite vocabulary word- viscous :) I leave the items out in a stand alone center for open inquiry - there is so much one can do with this kit!
Date published: 2014-11-21
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