Heating and cooling anchor chart

Enhance your classroom with creative anchor charts that help students understand the principles of heating and cooling. Discover top ideas to engage and educate your students on this important topic.
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What's the Matter?

Today in Science we learned about how matter can change in state. We talked about how adding or taking away heat can make matter change. If we add heat to an ice cube, it will change from a solid to a liquid. If we continue to add heat to water, it will turn into a gas, called water vapor. To turn the water vapor back in to water, it needs to be cooled. We made this to help us remember all of this information! Then we wrote about it. Since we were talking about evaporation and condensation…

Monica McClure