As a Matter of Fact {New Unit!!!}

I am thrilled to have *finally* completed my matter unit. No, no...not because I had to completely remake the unit...twice {long story}, but because this unit is probably my best unit yet...if I do say so myself. ;) I love all of the fun that we had during this study, and I {along with my kiddos} am completely obsessed with matter! These experiments are something that they will remember for quite some time! All I have to say to that is PTL...because PASS is just around the corner! Oh dear! ;)  

As a Matter of Fact is packed with over 130 pages of resources and 11 super engaging science experiments. I am telling you...the kids couldn't take their eyes of off these activities, and they never wanted science to end! 

Here is a look at our experiment craze! Be sure and check out the unit below!  

This was my first time trying this experiment out and let me tell didn't disappoint! So easy and even I stood in amazement! 

We were in love with some Pop Rocks during this unit! Look at those little scientists hard at work! 

We did lots of experiments to help us observe matter as it changed states. 

We observed molecules...

...saw all three states of matter in one place...

And we even had time to incorporate lots writing practice into our science block! {Because we all know that's what scientists do...of course!} 

Do you study the three states of matter?! If so, you can pick up my newest unit at TPT by clicking right {HERE}. As usual, I am going to offer it at a discounted price for the first two days. It will be marked down from $12.00 to only $8.00, so snatch it up fast! 

Here is a look...

***All resources offered in full color or black and white!***

Hope y'all have a fabulous week. I am on spring break, so I am hoping to be back with more goodies to share this week! 


  1. OMG! This unit looks AMAZING! We already did States of Matter this year but I may just have to snatch this up now for next year!

    Christina :)
    Apples, Books, and Crayons

  2. Hope this unit looks amazing!!! I think I bought it within minutes of you posting!!! I can't wait to use it:)
    Natalies Nook

  3. WOW, I am book marking for next year when I do this unit!

  4. I love the idea of the 3 states of matter with the root beer floats! So cute!
    Diving Into 2nd Grade

  5. Awesome matter experiments - it looks like everyone and their mama had a blast! Pinned your files onto my science board. Also, I would be honored if you would assist me in my upcoming giveaway. I'm planning to celebrate my birthday month and gaining 200 blog followers! If you're able to contribute, please shoot me an email at with a snapshot of your product and/or your blog button so I can send them over to visit your page as well! Anything you'd wish to offer would be great!
    Antonia @ forkin4th

  6. Wow! This looks like a great unit. I am sure your students love it.
    Grade School Giggles

  7. This unit looks amazing! I am an elementary education student, and I cannot wait to do fun lessons like the ones you are doing. Just wanted you to know that you are an inspiration to those of us going into this difficult yet rewarding field! :)