Solubility Lesson for Kids: Definition & Rules


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Which of the following describes solubility?

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1. Which of the following sentences concerning solubility is phrased correctly?

2. If you poured salt in a tank of water, why would it dissolve?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The worksheet and quiz are here to help you see what you know about solubility facts, such as why some things don't dissolve in a liquid and examples of solubility.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These materials let you see what you know about:

  • What happens if you add too much solute to a solvent
  • How come some things don't dissolve in a liquid
  • The meaning of solubility
  • Why salt in a tank of water would dissolve

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about solubility
  • Interpreting information - read and understand information about why salt dissolves in water
  • Reading comprehension - pick out the most important information from the lesson on solubility

Additional Learning

Learn more about this topic with the lesson called Solubility Lesson for Kids: Definition & Rules. Other things you can look at include:

  • Examples of a solute
  • Why solubility is important
  • How substances dissolve