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Students will investigate the concept of water changing states.
Amazing Water by Melvin Berger
An Apple Floats by Christin Wilsdon
Is It Floating by Fred and Jeanne Biddulph
Sink or Float by Leslie Fox
Water Changes by Brenda Parkes
A liquid takes the shape of any container it is poured into, but doesnt change its volume as it flows from one container to another. (Volume means the amount of something or the quantity of space it takes up.) A solid keeps its shape and volume. Water becomes a solid when temperatures drop below freezing. Waters freezing and melting points are not very extreme, so it can pass from phase to phase in the course of a day.
Intended Learning Outcomes
5. Understand and use basic concepts and skills.
Invitation to Learn
Discuss prior knowledge about popsicles and how they are made.
Teach hand signs and a song for the water cycles. Use transformations to create a picture.
Encourage students to find other examples of water changing states in their homes. Encourage students to find other solids, liquids, and gases in their homes.