Science is one of my favorite subjects to teach little learners! It’s not always easy to fit it into an already busy school day, but without a doubt it’s a great way to help engage students with hands on learning. I want to share with you some of my go-to matter books for little learners so you can stock your classroom library with helpful reading materials for kids!
12 Matter Books for Little Learners
This book is the perfect, non-fiction book to share with your kindergarten class. Solids, Liquids, and Gases is easy enough to leave on your book shelves for students to read during their quiet time too!
Liquid is only one state of matter, but this is a super helpful book to isolate one topic for little learners. I really love the examples in this book and it’s easy to bring in your own liquid examples to share with your students.
The pictures in this book are vivid and a great way to demonstrate the different types of matter in our world. I would add this book to your reading list as students work through their matter experiments.
Just like the What is Liquid? book suggested above, this book allows you to isolate on type of matter as a discussion topic with your students. Allow your students to review and enjoy learning more about solid matter.
I’m a big fan of bringing science to real life. This book gives real life examples of the different states of matter to make it easy for students to connect their science lessons to their everyday life!
This is another detailed book to help little learners get a well rounded view of the different types of matter. I also like that there is an experiment listed in this book!
Silly books are sometimes the best to capture the attention of your little learners! Ask your students to help Joe-Joe the wizard with his experiment as he reviews the different states of matter with your students.
This is a fun book to read with little learners. Gases come in all different types so be ready for the discussion there! I like that you can use this book to focus on just the matter state of gas like we have already discussed with liquid and solids.
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Don’t forget to check out all of the children’s book lists featured on A Dab of Glue Will Do. Do you have any favorite children’s matter books that are not on the list? If so, please share in the comments below.
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