Science Worksheets and Study Guides Second Grade. Comparing matter

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Mississippi College & Career Readiness Standards

MS.P.2. GRADE TWO: Physical Science
Organization of Matter and Chemical Interactions
P.2.5. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the properties of matter.
P.2.5.1. Conduct a structured investigation to collect, represent, and analyze categorical data to classify matter as solid, liquid, or gas. Report findings and describe a variety of materials according to observable physical properties (e.g., size, color, texture, opacity, solubility).
P.2.5.4. Construct scientific arguments to support claims that some changes to matter caused by heating can be reversed, and some changes cannot be reversed.
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