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States of Matter Word Wall Vocabulary

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Years: 3 - 7

Thirty-three matter related vocabulary cards for a word wall.

Print out these States of Matter Word Wall Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in scientific vocabulary.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

solid, matter, states of matter, plasma, gas, liquid, temperature, heat, energy, condensation, melting, freezing, chemical symbol, kinetic energy, vapourisation, physical change, chemical change, sublimation, melting point, chemical property, element, boiling point, physical properties, atom, mass, mixture, nucleus, property, molecule, solution, volume, freezing point and vapour.


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  • Jill (Teach Starter)

    Hi Miss Bradbury, Thank you for your comment. This resource is word wall cards, so it is actually 3 per page. The 12 to a page that you see is just for the thumb nail. I can see how that would be misleading. I will change the thumbnail to show the resource as 3 to a page. Kind regards Jill

  • missbradbury

    Hi, I would like to download this but with no words (blank). I have clicked customise which takes me to the studio and the document then changes to '3 words per page' rather than 12. I have looked to see if I can create this myself through the studio but I can't find this background available. Thanks

  • Jane Logan

    Thanks Scott!

  • Jane Logan

    Hi When I download this resource it has text overlaying and I get double words of phrases on each page. Not sure if it is me or not, I have never had any trouble with your word walls in the past. Thanks Jane

    • ·

      Hi Jane, Thank you for alerting us to this issue. We have been making some updates to how our school font files are created, however we believe that this issue has now been fixed. Can you please try downloading it again now? Kind regards, Scott

  • Susan Reid