There are three states of matter, but it is the state one is in that matters.
~ Amit Abraham ~
Grades 3-9, ATOS 4.3, Lexile 690... This graphic-novel style science book uses werewolves to explain the states of matter. It is part of the Monster Science series published by Capstone's Graphic Library. 2012.
From reviewer Kathie M. Josephs: "A perfect book for a science classroom or personal library. Where were these books when I was in science class?"
Related Web Sites and Activities
Science Kids has games and activities related to the states of matter. Scroll down to "Solids, Liquids, and Gases."
The American Chemical Society has a list of hands-on activities related to solids, liquids, and gases here.
For a virtual look at how molecules look in a solid, liquid, and gas, check out this site.
Here's a great list of links to games related to states of matter, provided by Idaho Public Television.
And here's one more list of links to other kid-friendly states of matter sites from the University of Missouri.