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  • 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
  • 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 manufacturing process. This process normally takes place in factories
  • 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