Solid, liquid, or gas?! Got change? Vocabulary Mass and Volume

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What is an example of a gas?
steam

100

What is an example of evaporation?
steam escaping from a pot of boiling water

100

What is volume?
is the measure of the amount of space occupied by matter

100

a bottle of water
feather, crayon, marker, bottle of water Which of these most likely has the greatest mass?

200

What is an example of a solid?
popsicle

200

What is an example of melting?
After playing an exciting game of soccer Miss Jaffee was ready for a cold drink of water. Uh oh! Silly Miss Jaffee had left her glass of ice water in the sun! The ice had turned to water.

200

What is mass?
the amount of matter

200

feather
feather, crayon, marker, bottle of water Which of these most likely has the least mass?

300

What is an example of a liquid?
the Atlantic Ocean

300

What is an example of condensation?
One hot summer day, Miss Jaffee was having a picnic in Central Park. She was holding a glass of lemonade when she felt droplets forming on the outside of her glass.

300

What is evaporation?
when matter changes from a liquid to a gas

300

What is a balance scale?
is used to measure mass

400

What is an example of a solid?
A snowman

400

What is an example of freezing?
Yum! Yum! Miss Jaffee wanted to make Kool-Aid popsicles for her awesome students. After she made the Kool-Aid, she put it in the freezer for several hours.

400

What is condensation?
when matter changes from a gas to a liquid

400

What is a graduated cylinder?
is used to measure the volume of a liquid

500

What is an example of a gas?
helium

500

What is an example of evaporation?
Brr! The weather is chilly outside so Miss Jaffee made a hot cup of tea to keep warm. Ouch! The tea is so hot that steam is rising from the cup.

500

What is a solid?
does not change shape or volume
 

2nd Grade Matter (SOL 2.3) by Miss J

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