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Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
Everything matters museum
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Everything matters museum

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  • 1. Museum Entrance Welcome to the Lobby Solids Liquids Gases Everything Matters Museum! Visit the Curator Changes to States of Matter It Matters!
  • 2. Curator Information Add Picture Here Mrs. Shackelford’s Superstars are Second Graders at Trace Crossings Elementary in Hoover, Alabama. They love learning and technology! Back to Lobby Note: Virtual museums were first introduced by educators at Keith Valley Middle School in Horsham, Pennsylvania. This template was designed by Lindsey Warneka under the direction of Dr. Christy Keeler during a Teaching American History grant module. View the Educational Virtual Museums website for more information on this instructional technique.
  • 3. Solids Artifact 2 Artifact 3 Artifact 4
  • 4. Liquids Artifact 5 Artifact 6 Artifact 7
  • 5. Gases Artifact 8 Artifact 9 Artifact 10
  • 6. Changes in States of Matter Artifact 11 Artifact 12 Artifact 13
  • 7. Solids Back to Room 1 A solid is a thing that is hard and that can't move. For an exampel ice. Ice is also a simpel thing to make. A solid is not a free flowing object. Why? Beacuse it takes up it
  • 8. Solids     Back to Room 1    
  • 9. Solids   Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 1
  • 10. Liquids A liquid is free-flowing and takes the shape of the container that it is poured into.A liquid has a definite volume. Back to Room 2
  • 11. Liquids   Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 2
  • 12. Liquids   Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 2
  • 13. Gases   Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 3
  • 14. Gases Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 3
  • 15. Gases Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 3
  • 16. States of Matter a solid is not free flowing and it has Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 4
  • 17. States of Matter Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 4
  • 18. States of Matter Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Room 4
  • 19. States of Matter Insert Artifact Picture Here Back to Lobby

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