Matter

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Primary project about matter in Comunidad de Madrid, Spain.It was made by a student in 4th grade.

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Matter

  1. 1. By Martín
  2. 2. Important definitions: Mass:how much matter an object has Volume: the quantity of space an object takes up
  3. 3. Do they have a definite shape? Yes, they do Do they have a definite volume? Yes, they do
  4. 4. Do they have a definite shape? No, they don´t Do they have a definite volume? Yes, they do
  5. 5. Do they have a definite shape? No, they don´t Do they have a definite volume? No, they don´t
  6. 6. Physical changes happen when matter changes shape and state, but the substance doesn´t change Ice melting Bending iron Compressed air Leaves changing colour Elastic bands stretching
  7. 7. Chemical changes are when new substances are produced Burning a substance Exposing metals to air Exposing an apple to air
  8. 8. A mixture is something that contains two or more substances.
  9. 9. Rigid: it doesn´t bend easily Flexible: we can bend it Elastic: it returns to its original shape Resistant: difficult to break Fragile: it breaks easily Waterproof: water can´t pass through it Permeable: water can pass Heat conductor: heat passes through it easily Heat insulator: heat can´t pass easily
  10. 10. Natural materials come from nature Manufactured materials are made from natural materials which are transformed in a manufacturing process.Animals Plants Minerals Silk Leather Wool Rubber Cotton Wood Rocks Oil
  11. 11. Packaging Shopping bags, boxes and jars Glass, plastic, al uminium, paper, cars, electrical appliances, furn itures. Because natural resources will run out if we take too many of them Why are the three R´s important?

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