Physical Property Can see what it looks like Might have a certain smell Can touch it with hands Organized by color, shape and size.
Sorting By Color Each color is identified by a name Ex: Green, Blue and Red Group alike colors Which apple doesn’t belong?
Shapes of Objects Cone Sphere- a ball Pyramid Cube
Difference in Sizes Objects can be… Small Medium Large Big or small?
States Of Matter Solid Liquid Gas These are called phases
Solid Molecules are close together Is a specific size and shape Doesn’t take the shape of a container Ex: Ice, wood, etc.
Liquid Molecules are more spaced apart Flows Takes the shape of a container Ex: Soda, Water, etc.
Gas Molecules are very spread apart Easily compressed Takes the shape of the container Ex: Helium, Oxygen, etc.
Water Found in all 3 phases Solid-Ice Liquid-water Gas-water vapor
Temperatures Measures how hot or cold something is Measured with a toll called thermometer The degree is the unit used
Knowing What to Wear When it’s warm Shorts T-shirts Swimsuit When it’s cold Coats Pants Gloves
Melting and Freezing Point Melting-When a solid turns to liquid Freezing- A liquid turns to solid. Happens at 0 degrees Celcius.
Boiling Point Liquid is Heated It begins to bubble Then the liquid turns to gas Happens at 100 degrees Celcius
What We Learned Physical properties are observed There are 3 States of Matter Temperature- How hot or Cold
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