Vocabulary Water Cycle Volume Comparing Types of Matter

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What is a solid?
Matter that has a definite shape and volume.

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What is precipitation?
Water that falls from the sky.

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What is volume?
The amount of space that matter takes up.

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What is Luster?
How much light bounces off an object.

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What is a solid?
Book

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What is a liquid?
Matter that has no shape but takes the shape of the container into which it is poured.

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What is water vapor?
Water that has turned to gas.

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What is used to measure volume?
Milliliters, liters, cups, pints, quarts, and gallons.

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What is melting?
It happens when a solid changes to a liquid.

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What is a liquid?
milk

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What is a gas or vapor.
Matter that can not be seen and takes the shape of the area where it is found.

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What is evaporation?
Water that changes from liquid to a gas.

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What is a milliliter?
The amount of liquid in about 20 drops of water.

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What is freezing?
It happens when a liquid changes to a solid.

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What is solid?
Snowman

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What is Matter?
Anything that takes up space.

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What is run off?
Water that seeps into the ground, runs into rivers, or forms puddles.

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What is a fluid ounce?
The amount of liquid in about 2 big spoonfuls of liquid.

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What are atoms?
Tiny particles that make up matter.

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What is a gas?
Steam from a hot cup of coffee.

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What are the three states of matter?
Solid, Liquid, Gas.

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What is the source of heat that starts the water cycle?
The Sun.

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What is a gas?
The only kind of matter that always fills up all of the space inside a container.

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What is a scale?
Used to measure mass of an object.

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What is water?
Matter that can change to all 3 states.

Matter

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