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Sources of heat and how heat moves

• These materials allow heat to move easily through them and from one object to another through direct contact. Conductors
Is a metal spoon a conductor or an insulator? Conductor
These materials do not allow heat to move easily through them. Insulators
When objects are rubbed together, heat is produced. What is this called? Rubbing
List 4 sources of heat: fires, stoves, toasters, ovens, the Sun, light bulbs, engines, animals,
What is added to matter that makes the particles move faster and farther apart? Heat
What is a form of energy that moves from a hot object to a cold object? Heat
What are the three ways heat can be produced? Rubbing, burning, and using electricity
Created by: mwestbrook