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4th grade unit c ch. 11 lesson 1 what is matter

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  • 1. Ch. 11Lesson 1What is matter?
  • 2. mattermatter•anything that has mass& takes up space•made of tiny particles
  • 3. propertyproperty• Used to identify matter byusing your senses
  • 4. examples of properties• odor• color• shape• texturecherrycolor= redshape= roundtexture= smooth
  • 5. 3 statesof mattersolid liquid gasicecubewaterwatervapor
  • 6. solid•definite shape•takes up definite amount ofspace•particles tightly packed
  • 7. liquid•No definite shape•Takes up definite amountof space
  • 8. A liquidtakes theshape of itscontainerbut itsvolumedoes notchange.
  • 9. gas•Takes shape of its container•Fills its container•Particles far apart
  • 10. States of Matter demonstration
  • 11. What have you learned?It’s question time !!!
  • 12. Which state of mattertakes the shape of itscontainer?liquidliquid
  • 13. In which state ofmatter are its particlesfar apart?gasgas
  • 14. Which state of matterhas a definite volumeand does not lose it’sshape?solidsolid
  • 15. In which state ofmatter are the particlespacked closelytogether?solidsolid
  • 16. Which state of matterWhich state of matterfills up all the space in afills up all the space in acontainer?container?gasgas
  • 17. STATE OFMATTERDEFINITION 2 EXAMPLESSOLID definite volume,definite shapeLIQUIDGASAPPLECHAIR