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Properties of matter

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  • 1. Properties of Matter
    By: Mariah Boyd
  • 2. Physical Property
    Can see what it looks like
    Might have a certain smell
    Can touch it with hands
    Organized by color, shape and size.
  • 3. Sorting By Color
    Each color is identified by a name
    Ex: Green, Blue and Red
    Group alike colors
    Which apple doesn’t belong?
  • 4. Shapes of Objects
    Cone
    Sphere- a ball
    Pyramid
    Cube
  • 5. Difference in Sizes
    Objects can be…
    Small
    Medium
    Large
    Big or small?
  • 6. States Of Matter
    Solid
    Liquid
    Gas
    These are called phases
  • 7. Solid
    Molecules are close together
    Is a specific size and shape
    Doesn’t take the shape of a container
    Ex: Ice, wood, etc.
  • 8. Liquid
    Molecules are more spaced apart
    Flows
    Takes the shape of a container
    Ex: Soda, Water, etc.
  • 9. Gas
    Molecules are very spread apart
    Easily compressed
    Takes the shape of the container
    Ex: Helium, Oxygen, etc.
  • 10. Water
    Found in all 3 phases
    Solid-Ice
    Liquid-water
    Gas-water vapor
  • 11. Temperatures
    Measures how hot or cold something is
    Measured with a toll called thermometer
    The degree is the unit used
  • 12. Knowing What to Wear
    When it’s warm
    Shorts
    T-shirts
    Swimsuit
    When it’s cold
    Coats
    Pants
    Gloves
  • 13. Melting and Freezing Point
    Melting-When a solid turns to liquid
    Freezing- A liquid turns to solid.
    Happens at 0 degrees Celcius.
  • 14. Boiling Point
    Liquid is Heated
    It begins to bubble
    Then the liquid turns to gas
    Happens at 100 degrees Celcius
  • 15. What We Learned
    Physical properties are observed
    There are 3 States of Matter
    Temperature- How hot or Cold
  • 16. Work Cited
    Ollesvensson, Apples, December 13, 2008 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
    Simon Peckham, Base Ball, June 25, 2008 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
    James Preston, Elephant, November 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
  • 17. Work Cited (Cont.)
    Stephen Barnett, Hopping Mice, May 29, 2007 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
    Celticblade, Ice, August 16, 2008 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
    Greg Riegler, Glass of Water, October 22, 2007 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
    F_shields, Balloons, April 4, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
    functorusor, Cold!, August 28, 2008 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution

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