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Conservation of Matter Guided Notes and Review Activities for 5th Grade 5-PS1-2 5-PS1-3

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Do you need to review Conservation of Matter with your students? These guided notes come with slide shows and other science review activities. They are perfect for 5th-grade Science Test Prep. There are 24 science question cards and 24 answer cards, and there are five review activities to do with the question cards.

 

This Science Review for Conservation of Matter Includes:

  • Slide show on Matter  (in PPT and Google Slides)
  • Guided Notes (In PDF and Google Slides)
  • 24 question cards
  • 24 answer cards
  • Five detailed activities to do with the question cards
  • A crossword puzzle on the Matter (In PDF and Google Slides)
  • Answer Keys for all

 

*Students can find the exact sentence in the slide show as in the notes. This will support students who have difficulty taking notes.

The Question Card Activities Include:

  • Q and A Match
  • Inner and Outer Circles
  • Around the World
  • Carousel
  • Question Exchange

Your students will benefit from review and reinforcement. It will help them retain information.

Standards Addressed:

NGSS 5-PS1-3. Make observations and measurements to identify materials based on their properties.

NGSS 5-PS1-2. Measure and graph quantities to provide evidence that regardless of the type of change that occurs when heating, cooling or mixing substances, the total weight of matter is conserved.

Also aligned with Utah SEEd 5th grade standards

Utah SEEd Standard 5.2.2 Ask questions to plan and carry out investigations to identify substances based on patterns of their properties. Emphasize using properties to identify substances. Examples of properties could include color, hardness, conductivity, solubility, or a response to magnetic forces. Examples of substances could include powders, metals, minerals, or liquids. (PS1. A)

Utah SEEd Standard 5.2.4 Use mathematics and computational thinking to provide evidence that regardless of the type of change that occurs when heating, cooling or combining substances, the total weight of matter is conserved. Examples could include melting an ice cube, dissolving salt in water, and combining baking soda and vinegar in a closed bag.

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