Review Weather-10

When water freezes, it:

  1. Condenses

    No. Condensation happens when water vapor changes from a gas to a liquid.
  2. Contracts

    No. Water does not take up less space when it freezes.
  3. Expands

    Yes! Unlike most substances, water expands to take up more space when it freezes.
  4. Gains mass.

    No. Changing from one state to another does not cause a change in mass.



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Florida


SC.3.P.9.1 Describe the changes water undergoes when it changes state through heating and cooling by using familiar scientific terms such as melting, freezing, boiling, evaporation, and condensation.
Cloud Formation, part 2 video, checked
Making a Solar Still video, checked
Wonderful Water video, checked
A Watched Pot video, Updated, checked
Why We Sweat video, checked
Photographing Snowflakes video, checked
Ice Cream Science video, checked
Cloud Formation, part 1 video, ClosedCaptions, checked
The Water Cycle video, checked
A Model of the Water Cycle video, ClosedCaptions, checked
What Really Happens With Evaporation? text page, free, checked
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SC.4.P.8.2 Identify properties and common uses of water in each of its states.
Ice Cream Science video, checked
75% Water video, checked
Crushed Can video, checked
A Boat Full of Holes video, checked
A Bouncing Water Balloon video
Cloud Types video, checked
Making a Solar Still video, checked
Water on a String video, blog, ClosedCaptions
Wonderful Water video, checked
A Watched Pot video, Updated, checked
Wax and Wood, part 1 video, checked
Wax and Wood, part 2 video, checked
Photographing Snowflakes video, checked
Adding to a Full Cup text page
What Really Happens With Evaporation? text page, free, checked
A Clean Trick text page
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SC.5.E.7.1 Create a model to explain the parts of the water cycle. Water can be a gas, a liquid, or a solid and can go back and forth from one state to another.

>>> Teacher Page: Water Cycle

Cloud Formation, part 2 video, checked
Cloud Types video, checked
Making a Solar Still video, checked
A Watched Pot video, Updated, checked
Photographing Snowflakes video, checked
The Water Cycle video, checked
A Model of the Water Cycle video, ClosedCaptions, checked
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SC.5.P.8.1 Compare and contrast the basic properties of solids, liquids, and gases, such as mass, volume, color, texture, and temperature.

>>> Teacher Page: States of Matter

A Bouncing Water Balloon video
Egg States video, checked
Experimenting with Dry Ice video, free, checked
Wax and Wood, part 1 video, checked
Wax and Wood, part 2 video, checked
Ice Cream Science video, checked
Raw Egg or Boiled? video, checked
Air Space video
Air has Weight text page
Teach It Right the First Time. text page, free
Review Matter-2 practice
Review Matter-1 practice
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SC.6.E.7.2 Investigate and apply how the cycling of water between the atmosphere and hydrosphere has an effect on weather patterns and climate.
Cloud Types video, checked
Nephoscope video, checked
The Water Cycle video, checked
Weather and Climate video
Pine Cone Weather text page, free
Review Weather-8 practice
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Utah


UT.4.I.2.b Describe the processes of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation as they relate to the water cycle.
Making a Solar Still video, checked
Wonderful Water video, checked
A Watched Pot video, Updated, checked
Photographing Snowflakes video, checked
Cloud Formation, part 1 video, ClosedCaptions, checked
The Water Cycle video, checked
A Model of the Water Cycle video, ClosedCaptions, checked
A Cool Experiment text page
What Really Happens With Evaporation? text page, free, checked
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UT.4.I.2.c Identify locations that hold water as it passes through the water cycle (e.g., oceans, atmosphere, fresh surface water, snow, ice, and ground water).
Photographing Snowflakes video, checked
A Model of the Water Cycle video, ClosedCaptions, checked
75% Water video, checked
Review Weather-8 practice
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NGSS


MS-ESS2-4 Develop a model to describe the cycling of water through Earth’s systems driven by energy from the sun and the force of gravity.
Cloud Formation, part 2 video, checked
Making a Solar Still video, checked
Wonderful Water video, checked
Cloud Formation, part 1 video, ClosedCaptions, checked
The Water Cycle video, checked
A Model of the Water Cycle video, ClosedCaptions, checked
Review Weather-8 practice
Review Weather-10 practice