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This Learning Object describes the characteristics of matter as well as examples and non-examples of matter.

This Learning Object describes the characteristics of matter as well as examples and non-examples of matter.

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  • 1. Does it MATTER?By: Toni Macalino & Nico CastilloTarget Learners: Grade 2
  • 2. ObjectiveAt the end of this learning object the student will be able to differentiate matter and non- matter
  • 3. MatterIs anything that occupies SPACE and has MASS
  • 4. Examples of Matter
  • 5. The orange is an example of matter because it occupies space has mass.
  • 6. The balloon is an example of matter because both the rubber and the air inside the balloon has mass and occupies space.
  • 7. Water is an example of matter because it occupies space, usually the space from a container and it has mass.
  • 8. Non-examples of Matter idea! LOV E
  • 9. Love is not a matter becauseLOV it does not occupy space E and does not have mass. We can only feel it.
  • 10. An idea is not considered asidea! matter because it does not occupy space and does not have mass. We can only think of it.
  • 11. Let’s Try it out!Which is matter?
  • 12. Correct!The dog is an example of matter because it occupies space and has mass.
  • 13. Sorry Try again!This is not an example of matter because it does not occupy space and has mass. You can only experience it.
  • 14. Let’s Try it out!Which is not matter?
  • 15. Sorry Try Again!This is an example of matter because it occupies space and has mass.
  • 16. Correct!This is not an example of matter. Peace is something that we can observe but does not occupy space and does not have mass.
  • 17. SummaryMATTER is anything that occupies SPACE and has MASS. Back to Back to start? start?

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