Our states of matter science experiments help children understand how molecules behave in different states – solid, liquid and gas.
We use a series of games and mini demonstrations to show your group how matter changes from one state to another. This may be from liquid to gas, solid to liquid and liquid to solid.
Sublimation is the really fun part. This is where a substance changes from a solid to a gas without passing through the liquid phase. For this we do a demonstration with dry ice and show common techniques used in TV and film.
States of matter are taught at all four stages of the National Curriculum from KS1-KS4. Our states of matter science experiments can be adjusted to ensure that the learning meets the needs of the age group of those who attend.
If your class would benefit from a states of matter science session, Wild Science’s friendly event co-ordinators will be happy to tailor a package to meet your needs – call 020 3372 4300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.