What is 3 states of matter?
Children will learn what the states of matter are and that water changes between these 3 states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. Moreover, they learn to recite and read this unforgettable rhyming story.
The 3 states of water are presented in this edition of the Mother Goose meets Mother Nature series. The book is a great precursor to states of matter experiments. The familiar Mother Goose characters of Jack and Jill venture up a very big hill to fetch a pail of ice. Next, then they return down the mountain to discover the substance inside their pails has changed. The temperature atop the mountain is cold enough to fill their buckets with ice. After returning back down, however, the temperature is warmer, and the ice melts into a liquid. Subsequently, they discover that temperature changes the states of matter, they add even more heat to watch the liquid turn to a gas.
The resource includes a printable 20 page guided reading book and a PowerPoint Show of the book. In addition, the text is easy for young readers to recite, track, and read. Additionally, the book includes full-color illustrations by award-winning author and illustrator, Dawn Stephens.
You can download this creative teacher resource and print an individual book for each student. Further, the PowerPoint Show can be projected on a large screen and allow the students to read the story as a group. Certainly, this resource will allow you to teach reading and science at the same time.
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