Changes in States of Matter Printable Worksheets (Solid, Liquid, Gas & Plasma)

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These free printable worksheets will illustrate visually the changes in states of matter  for solids, liquids, gases and plasma.

For those of us who are visual learners, it's hard to remember a long list of polysyllabic terms—let alone understand them—without seeing it illustrated on paper.

The subject of states of matter is one such topic that can be quite confusing. To help students who are studying this area of science, I've created some free printable charts and worksheets that illustrate the states of matter and changes between each phase.

Download the States of Matter Worksheets Here (PDF) »

What's included in the States of Matter Worksheet Set

The PDF worksheet set is divided into two parts. If you're studying matter as it exists in four states—solid, liquid, gas & plasma—you'll want to use pages 1-4 of the PDF. If you're studying just solids, liquids & gases, you'll use pages 5-8.

Each worksheet set includes the following:

  1. A color chart of the different states of matter, included labels for the changes between each state.
  2. The same chart with the labels removed so that the student can fill in the appropriate terms.
  3. An answer key for the fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
  4. A word list of all the terms related to the states of matter and changes between each phase.

You are welcome to download this free printable worksheets set for your own use. If you'd like to use it in your classroom or co-op, please contact me for permission.

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