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States of Matter Experiments for Kids

States of Matter Experiments for Kids

Unveiling the Dance of Molecules

Welcome to the captivating realm of States of Matter! Our states of matter science experiments help children understand how molecules behave in different states – solid, liquid and gas.

As molecules dance mesmerizingly, matter swirls and transforms in the world of science. From solid to liquid to gas, let’s explore how matter shapeshifts and waltzes through its various forms.

The Matter Metamorphosis

1. Solid, Liquid, Gas

Matter has the power to transform into different states, such as solid, liquid, or gas. Our science experiments peel back the layers and demonstrate the magic behind these states.

2. Games and Mini Demonstrations

  • Imagine matter as a shape-shifting artist. We use games and mini-demonstrations to showcase its transformations.
  • Watch as the liquid turns into gas, the solid melts into liquid, and the liquid freezes into solid.
  • It’s like witnessing a magical metamorphosis!

3. Sublimation: The Fun Twist

  • Hold your breath for the grand finale! Sublimation steals the show.
  • Picture a substance changing directly from solid to gas without passing through the liquid phase.
  • For this, we demonstrate with dry ice—the star of TV and film effects.

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States of Matter in Education

Tailored Learning for All Ages

  • States of matter are taught across all four stages of the National Curriculum—from KS1 to KS4.
  • Our science experiments adapt to meet the needs of different age groups.
  • Whether infants, juniors, or secondary school students, we’ve got matters covered.

States of Matter: It’s more than science; it’s a dance of particles. So, whether you’re a curious child or a seasoned student, join us. Let’s unravel the mysteries of matter together!

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How to Book States of Matter Workshops

Contact us If you think your children would be ‘amped’ by our States of Matter Experiments for Kids or would like us to bring this to your school:

Email us: If you prefer to email us directly, you can email [email protected] or [email protected]. Consequently, our team will happily answer any questions and provide more information.

Give us a call: Always call us. Call 020 3372 4300 to speak with a staff member. We’re available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Choose Your Package: Like picking the perfect treat for your pet rabbit, select from our various packages. We’ve got options for different budgets and group sizes. Whether you want a quiet gathering or a bustling fiesta, we’ve got you covered.

Get Excited: Once your party is booked, the countdown begins! Gather your friends, family, or colleagues.

Office location: 331 Upper Elmers End Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3QP

Can parents participate in these sessions?

Parents are welcome to join our States of Matter workshops. It’s a chance to learn, explore, and marvel at the magic of molecules.

What practical applications does understanding states of matter have in everyday life?

Understanding states of matter helps us comprehend everyday phenomena. For instance:

  • Why does ice melt when left out?
  • How does steam power engines and turbines?
  • Why does a helium balloon rise?
  • What happens when water boils?
  • How do we store and transport gases like oxygen and nitrogen?

Are there any real-world examples of sublimation?

Yes! Dry ice (solid carbon dioxide) sublimates directly into gas. 

Can you explain the concept of plasma as a state of matter?

Plasma is a high-energy state where electrons break free from atoms. Furthermore, It’s discovered in lightning, neon signs, and even the sun.