Create an explosion in a bag to explain the the three states of matter! LIQUID - Pour 1/4 cup of warm water into a ziploc bag. Next, add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the water (food coloring optional). SOLID - In a tissue, dump 3 tsp. of baking soda. Fold the tissue up like a square. Then, close the bag up, leaving space to drop the pouch. Zip it up, let go of the pouch, and watch the bag expand - GAS! Soon the bag will look like a giant bubble. Hold it up and look what's happening inside, an…

Create an explosion in a bag to explain the the three states of matter! LIQUID - Pour 1/4 cup of warm water into a ziploc bag. Next, add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the water (food coloring optional). SOLID - In a tissue, dump 3 tsp. of baking soda. Fold the tissue up like a square. Then, close the bag up, leaving space to drop the pouch. Zip it up, let go of the pouch, and watch the bag expand - GAS! Soon the bag will look like a giant bubble. Hold it up and look what's happening inside, an…

The dancing raisins experiment is a fun and simple way to teach kids about gas, density, and states of matter. Plus, it's super amazing to watch!  || Gift of Curiosity

The dancing raisins experiment is a fun and simple way to teach kids about gas, density, and states of matter. Plus, it's super amazing to watch! || Gift of Curiosity

States of Matter FREEBIE! Students will cut out the pictures, sort them into the correct #StatesOfMatter group and glue. Perfect for your science center! 2 versions included. #sheilamelton

States of Matter FREEBIE! Students will cut out the pictures, sort them into the correct #StatesOfMatter group and glue. Perfect for your science center! 2 versions included. #sheilamelton

Physical Science: States of Matter. This is a great exercise for Third Grade. Also, there are many other fun activities in the NO PREP Packet for May!

Physical Science: States of Matter. This is a great exercise for Third Grade. Also, there are many other fun activities in the NO PREP Packet for May!

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