Thursday, October 4th, 2012
We’ve been covering the states of matter, atoms and molecules in chemistry. I wanted review some of the information we’ve covered and made some basic worksheets for the kids. First, we went over the three states of matter and looked closely again at the parts of an atom.
Molecule Movement Experiment: Then we did a simple experiment with water to show that water molecules can move at different rates. We took a glass of very chilled, cold water; a glass of hot (near boiling water); and a glass that had frozen ice. We placed one drop of dye in each glass and observed:
Below is a picture of the review worksheet I made for the kids.
You can download the chemistry review worksheet on the states of matter, atoms and molecules here:
NOTE: We are moving to homeschoolden.com. We will be moving all of our printables there.
For some reason the images of the text boxes faded away in the screen shots, though it looks just fine in the file. This gives you an idea of what we covered in our review. I also included all the answers, but didn’t take screenshots of those.
If you want to see some of the hands-on activities and experiments we’ve done so far in chemistry visit this chemistry unit page.
You might also be interested in these posts from our chemistry unit (We are moving to homeschoolden.com):
- The Size of Atoms
- States of Matter: Solid, Liquid, Gas Activities
- Molecule Movement Activity – Chemistry Review Worksheet
- Water Molecule Attraction
- Red Cabbage – Acid Base Indicator Activity
- Building Molecules: Chemistry Activity