Solid, Liquid, Or Gas?

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S: Solid, Liquid, Or Gas?

FC: Discover Solids, Liquids, & Gases

1: ~ Contributors ~ This is to be completed by you and a partner. Both names will appear on this page along with anyone else who helped you, and all resources you used, if any.

2: A SOLID is... Solids can hold their own shape. If an object has a definite shape and the shape does not change easily then the object is a solid.

4: A LIQUID is... Liquids are free to move. Their shapes change depending on the on the container they are in.

6: A GAS is... Gases can be squeezed into small containers. If a solid is forced into forced int a container that is too small, the solid will break. The same applies for liquids. too. Gas A gas does not have a definite volume or shape and can be easily compres squeezed, to fit into many different sized containers.

8: A SOLID to a LIQUID

9: A LIQUID to a SOLID

10: A SOLID to a GAS

11: A LIQUID to a GAS

12: Mixbook Lesson Plan Please go to the following pbwiki address to view the lesson plan and grading rubric for this Mixbook project ~ http://mixbookmatter.pbwiki.com/

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  • By: Brittany W.
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  • Title: Solid, Liquid, Or Gas?
  • A creative way for third graders to learn about the differences of solids, liquids, and gases and how they are connected.
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  • Published: over 5 years ago