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PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
MATERIALS CAN BE:
RESISTANT (BREAK) FRAGILE
RIGID (BEND) FLEXIBLE
TRANSPA-
RENT
(LIGHT) OPAQUE
PER...
RESISTANT MATERIALS ARE
DIFFICULT TO BREAK
FRAGILE MATERIALS
BREAK EASILY
A RIGID MATERIAL DOESN’T
BEND EASILY
A FLEXIBLE MATERIAL
BENDS REALLY EASILY
AN ELASTIC MATERIAL RETURNS
TO ITS ORIGINAL SHAPE
LIGHT CAN PASS THROUGH A
TRANSPARENT MATERIAL
LIGHT CAN’T PASS THROUGH AN
OPAQUE MATERIAL
WATER CAN PASS THROUGH A
PERMEABLE MATERIAL
WATER CAN’T PASS THROUGH A
WATERPROOF MATERIAL
CURIOUS FACTS:
Our skin is waterproof.
Birds like penguins or
gannets need to fish in the
water, so they have
WATERPROOF feathers.
A gannet fishing
HEAT CAN PASS THROUGH HEAT
CONDUCTORS EASILY
HEAT CAN’T PASS THROUGH
HEAT INSULATORS EASILY
NATURAL MATERIALS
COME FROM NATURE.
THEY CAN COME FROM
PLANTS.
wood
cotton
Natural
rubber
THEY CAN COME FROM
ANIMALS
wool
leather
silk
They can
come from
minerals
oil
MANUFACTURED MATERIALS: They are made
from natural materials that are transformed into
manufactured ones through a manufac...
From wood we obtain paper,
books, pencils, furniture, etc.
From cotton we get clothes, pillows,
bedding, etc.
From natural rubber we take tyres,
clothes, rubbers for school, etc.
From wool we obtain clothes, wool string, blankets,
etc.
From leather we get clothes,rugs, etc.
From silk we get clothes, bedding,
etc.
From oil we
obtain
plastic,
nylon for
clothes, fuel,
etc.
From sand we get glass
Matter 2
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  1. 1. PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS MATERIALS CAN BE: RESISTANT (BREAK) FRAGILE RIGID (BEND) FLEXIBLE TRANSPA- RENT (LIGHT) OPAQUE PER- MEABLE (WATER) WATER PROOF HEAT CONDUCTORS (HEAT) HEAT INSULATORS ELASTIC KEY WORD
  2. 2. RESISTANT MATERIALS ARE DIFFICULT TO BREAK
  3. 3. FRAGILE MATERIALS BREAK EASILY
  4. 4. A RIGID MATERIAL DOESN’T BEND EASILY
  5. 5. A FLEXIBLE MATERIAL BENDS REALLY EASILY
  6. 6. AN ELASTIC MATERIAL RETURNS TO ITS ORIGINAL SHAPE
  7. 7. LIGHT CAN PASS THROUGH A TRANSPARENT MATERIAL
  8. 8. LIGHT CAN’T PASS THROUGH AN OPAQUE MATERIAL
  9. 9. WATER CAN PASS THROUGH A PERMEABLE MATERIAL
  10. 10. WATER CAN’T PASS THROUGH A WATERPROOF MATERIAL
  11. 11. CURIOUS FACTS: Our skin is waterproof.
  12. 12. Birds like penguins or gannets need to fish in the water, so they have WATERPROOF feathers.
  13. 13. A gannet fishing
  14. 14. HEAT CAN PASS THROUGH HEAT CONDUCTORS EASILY
  15. 15. HEAT CAN’T PASS THROUGH HEAT INSULATORS EASILY
  16. 16. NATURAL MATERIALS COME FROM NATURE. THEY CAN COME FROM PLANTS.
  17. 17. wood
  18. 18. cotton
  19. 19. Natural rubber
  20. 20. THEY CAN COME FROM ANIMALS
  21. 21. wool
  22. 22. leather
  23. 23. silk
  24. 24. They can come from minerals
  25. 25. oil
  26. 26. MANUFACTURED MATERIALS: They are made from natural materials that are transformed into manufactured ones through a manufacturing process. This process normally takes place in factories
  27. 27. From wood we obtain paper, books, pencils, furniture, etc.
  28. 28. From cotton we get clothes, pillows, bedding, etc.
  29. 29. From natural rubber we take tyres, clothes, rubbers for school, etc.
  30. 30. From wool we obtain clothes, wool string, blankets, etc.
  31. 31. From leather we get clothes,rugs, etc.
  32. 32. From silk we get clothes, bedding, etc.
  33. 33. From oil we obtain plastic, nylon for clothes, fuel, etc.
  34. 34. From sand we get glass
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