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Matter,solid,liquid,gases

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Matter,solid,liquid,gases

  1. 1. MatterSolids, Liquids, and Gases START END
  2. 2. Matter• Matter is anything that takes up space.• Everything on earth is matter.• Matter exists in three states: • Solids • Liquids • Gases
  3. 3. Solids• A solid does not change size or shape when it is moved.• You can measure the shape and the mass of a solid.• Examples: book, apple, shoes• Can you think of anymore?
  4. 4. Liquids• Liquids do not have their own shape.• They take the shape of its container.• Examples: water, juice, milk• How do liquids look and feel?
  5. 5. Gases• Gas is matter that is all around you and fills many kinds of things.• For example, bubbles, balloons, and balls are filled with gas.• Air is also a gas.• Gas takes the shape and size of the container• Can you think of another example?
  6. 6. Molecules• Solids, Liquids, and Gases are made up of tiny particles called molecules.• As a class we can act as if we are the molecules that make up solids, liquids, and gases!• Everyone stand up and get ready to have some fun!
  7. 7. Solids• Get as close as possible to one another and hold hands.• The molecules in a solid are very close together and do not move very much.
  8. 8. Liquids• To act as a liquid we still hold hands, but we spread out some and move together.• The molecules of a liquid are loosely tied together and flow freely.
  9. 9. Gases• Everyone let go of your neighbor’s hands and spread out.• Walk around the room and slightly bump into one another, like bumper cars.• The molecules in a gas have a lot of space between them and move freely.
  10. 10. Gases• Everyone let go of your neighbor’s hands and spread out.• Walk around the room and slightly bump into one another, like bumper cars.• The molecules in a gas have a lot of space between them and move freely.

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