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Solids and liquids


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Curriculum relevance

England

Key Stage 2
Programme of study: Science
Sc3 Materials and their properties; Grouping and classifying materials
  • 1e: to recognise differences between solids, liquids and gases, in terms of ease of flow and maintenance of shape and volume
Sc3 Materials and their properties; Changing materials
  • 2b: to describe changes that occur when materials are heated or cooled
  • 2d: about reversible changes, including melting and freezing
QCA scheme of work primary science unit 4D: Solids and liquids

Wales

Key Stage 2
Programme of study: Science
Materials and their properties; Grouping and classifying materials
  • 1.5: to recognise differences between solids, liquids and gases, in terms of their properties
Materials and their properties; Changing materials
  • 2.2: that melting and freezing are changes that can be reversed
  • 2.6: that heating or cooling materials can cause them to change
Northern Ireland

Key Stage 2
Programme of study: Science and technology
Materials; Properties
  • d: investigate the distinctive properties of solids, liquids and gases
Materials; Change
  • c: investigate the changes of state brought about by heating and cooling everyday substances
Scotland

Environmental studies: 5-14 National guidelines
Science; Earth and space; Materials from Earth
  • Level C: describe the differences between solids, liquids and gases
Science; Earth and space; Changing materials
  • Level B: describe how everyday materials can be changed by heating or cooling


 
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