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Solid, Liquid, & Gas

Third Grade Science

States of Matter

Created by Addie Cummins

It is time to learn about the states of matter!

Individually, you will click through the image to learn about each state of matter and how they change!There are 8 buttons that you will click through. One might be harder to find, but make sure you find it to get all your points!

Once you have read, watched, and taken notes on everything, test your knowledge on the last slide by answering the question.

Purpose: We see examples of solid, liquid, and gas every day, but do we understand how they change into another state of matter?

What is gas? What are some examples of a gas? - Hydrogen - Oxygen - Water vapor Watch the video to learn all about gas! In your notebooks, take notes about what you learn about gas!

What is liquid? What are some examples of a liquid? - Water - Juice - Soda Watch the video to learn all about liquids! In your notebooks, take notes about what you learn about liquids!

What is a solid? What are some examples of solids? - Ice - Book - Rock Watch the video to learn all about solids! In your notebooks, take notes about what you learn about solid!

Congrats on finding this invisible button! What can you tell me about how one state of matter changes to another? - Think about temperature! REMEMBER: You will be turning this in to me, so make sure you have been taking notes in your notebook. Do not forget to answer this question as well! Need more information? Try watching the following video!

What can you tell me about these particles in a gas? The particles are loose and have no attraction!

What can you tell me about these particles in a solid? The particles are in a fixed position and they have a strong attraction to each other.

What can you tell me about these particles in a liquid? The particles are close together, but not attached!

Test your knowledge!

Watch this video!