States of Matter

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Chemistry
Grade:
3

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States of Matter

States of Matter

Solid

Changes of States

Liquid

My Resourses

Definitions from http://www.iusd.org/student_resources/documents/ScienceCoreVocabularyThirdGrade.pdfFacts fromhttp://www.chem4kids.com/files/matter_solid.html

Definition: Matter that has a definite shape and volume.Facts:1) Solids can hold their shape because their molecules are tightly packed together. 2) Solids can have pure elements or a variety of compounds inside.3)The atoms are arranged in a regular repeating pattern called a crystal lattice.

Definition: Matter that has no definite volume or shape and fills a closed container.Facts:1) The molecules in gases are really spread out, full of energy, and constantly moving around in random ways.2) Gases can fill a container of any size or shape.3) The word vapor is used to describe gases that are usually liquids at room temperature.

Definition: Matter that has a definite volume, flows and takes the shape of the container it is in.Facts:1) Liquids fill the shape of any container they are in.2) If you have different types of molecules dissolved in a liquid, it is called a solution.3) Many liquids want to stick together because of cohesive (sticky) forces that pull the molecules together.

Gas

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My Story of Changing Matter One day I was eating ice cream after my team won a soccer game. It was a very hot day that day. I went to get changed out of my uniform. When I returned I found my ice cream had melted. The heat changed my ice cream from a solid to a liquid. This was one of my personal experiences with changes of states of matter.


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