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SIM: Matter

Strategic Intervention Material for Sta. rosa elementary school centra III (Special Science elementary school)

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SIM: Matter

  1. 1. Santa Rosa Elementary School Central III STRATEGIC Intervention Materials SIM Science and Health III Least Mastered Competency MATTER 1
  2. 2. What you wanted to know about the three states of matter and their properties!!! Strategic Intervention Material Ma. Liza L. Israel SRES central III 2
  3. 3. Least Mastered Competency Science and Health III Main Task State some characteristics of solids, liquids, and gases. l Sub Task Demonstrate that solids, liquids and gases occupy space. Content Standard: Content Standard: The learner will state the characteristics of solids, The learner will state some characteristics of solids, liquids and gases. liquids and gases. Performance Standard: Performance Standard: The learners by group will state the characteristics The learner will state some characteristics of each state of matter and demonstrate that solids, liquids and gases occupy of each state of matter and demonstrate that solids, liquids and gases occupy space. 3
  4. 4. Title Card Things We Call Matter Everything around you is matter. Matter is made of atoms. Atoms are very tiny particles that you cannot see. You need special instruments to see them. When atoms join other atoms, they make molecules. Molecules are still very small for your eyes to see. But when lots and lots of molecules join together, they form the things around you, that is matter. The science that studies matter is called chemistry. Matter has mass. Mass is how much material something has. Here on earth, mass and weight are the same. Matter has volume. Volume is how much space a thing takes up. All matter has volume. Everything occupies space. The three states of matter are solid, liquid and gas. Student’s Notes Please check the box. After reading this page…. Now I understand what the lesson is all about. I still do not understand the lesson. What I think about the things to do… Easy Difficult For this lesson I want to study… Alone With one of my classmate With in a group 4
  5. 5. Gu ide Ca rd Solid materials has a definite shape. Liquids have no definite shape. Gases such as air cannot be seen and touched. 5
  6. 6. Ac t i v i t y Ca rd 1 Perform this activity. Prove that solids occupy space. What you need: box of crayon a pair of scissors paste ruler What you should do: 1. Get your box of crayons and put it on your table. 2. Get your pair of scissors and put it beside the box of crayons. 3. Then, get your paste and ruler. Put them on the table, too. Analysis: 1. Can the box of crayons be in the place where the pair of scissors is? 2. Can the ruler and paste be in the place where the pair of scissors is? Conclusion: 6
  7. 7. Ac t i v i t y C a r d 2 Perform this activity. Prove that liquids take the shape Of their containers. What you need: a bottle a glass tumbler water What you have to do: Fill the bottle and the glass tumbler with water. Look at the containers. Conclusion: Answer the following questions: 1. How can you tell if a thing is a liquid? 2. Explain why a liquid flows and takes the shape of its container. 7
  8. 8. Ac t i v i t y Ca rd 3 Perform this activity. Prove that gases cannot be seen. What you need: a page of an old newspaper paste What you should do: 1. Make a paper fan out of the newspaper. 2. Fan yourself. Observations: Answer the following questions. 1. What did you feel when you fanned yourself? 2. What is produced when you fanned yourself? Findings: 8
  9. 9. Ac t i v i t y Ca rd 3.1 Prove that gas occupies space. What you need: a plastic bag What you should do: 1. Get a plastic bag. 2. Hold its opening and blow air into it. 3. Then, twist its opening to prevent the air from going out. Observations: 1. What happened to the plastic bag? 2. Does air occupy space? Findings: 9
  10. 10. As s e s sment Ca rd 1 Find and encircle the solids below. E J J X K K O P G O I S W T L A S I A V Y C K T B L K H J P O W E H O E M I O W E S B C E H I A F C O R H L R N A S V M I N B O A E O I R M Y R C E E N A C R V K M B L E P K M E I S L A M P C C E L A E K O M S O M E T T N D J R C F L B O I L B E U R E T A W W P J Z X W O S R A I R Y G N air paper steam ice cream ice pencil water blanket book salt ocean lamp hair shoe smoke 10
  11. 11. As s e s sment Ca rd 2 Write S if the object is a solid, L if it is s liquid, and G if it is a gas. ________1. alcohol _________ 11. water vapor _________ 2. cell phone _________ 12. chalk _________ 3. atmosphere _________ 13. paper _________ 4. electric fan _________ 14. urine _________ 5. wine __________15. curtain _________ 6. blanket _________ 16. slippers _________ 7. perfume _________ 17. coins _________ 8. oxygen _________ 18. mouthwash _________9. water bottle _________ 19. leaves _________10. radio _________ 20. breeze 11
  12. 12. E n r i chment Ca rd Rearrange the letters inside the parentheses to complete each statement. 1. ________________ ( T R T E MA ) occupies space and has mass. 2. Matter is made of tiny particles called _____________ ( S T A M O ). 3. Atoms joined together are known as ______________ ( E L L O E SM U C ). 4. ________________ ( M U L O V E ) is how much space a thing occupies. 5. Mass is how much _______________ ( A L R I M E A T ) a thing has. 6. ________________ ( H R I S Y E C MT ) this the science at studies matter. 7. ________________ ( L D S O S I ) have the most organized molecules. 8. ________________ ( T A S T E ) is how matter is. 9. ________________ ( A G E S S ) have the least organized molecules. 10. There are ________________ ( R E H T E ) states of matter. 12

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