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Mrs. Crowe's St.Matt

States of Matter

What are the states or kinds of matter? solids, liquids, gases
What is matter? Matter is anything that takes up space.
What stage of matter does an ice cube change into when it melts? liquid
What kind of matter is a cloud in the sky? gas
Which state of matter takes the shape of its container? liquid
Which word means to "get bigger"? leak or expand expand
What happens to a solid's shape if you move it? it will stay the same
When water is frozen is it a solid, liquid, or gas? solid
Matter is made up of tiny particles called sparkles, sprinkes, or molecules? molecules
What state of matter flows or pours? liquid
If I place a pot of hot water on the stove and it begins to steam, what state of matter is the steam? gas
If it begins to snow and snow is ice, what state is a snowflake? solid
Carbon dioxide and helium are examples of a ______. gas
A shoe and an umbrella are examples of a ______. solid
My ice cream is melting outside because it is hot. My ice cream goes from a solid to a ______. liquid
Oxygen and smoke are examples of a _____. gas
Orange juice and hand sanitizer are examples of _______. liquid
Does a glass of water become a solid, liquid, or gas when it freezes? solid
What shape is a liquid? the shape of its container
Created by: Mrs.Crowe