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Properties and Changes in Matter Lesson #1

South Carolina Science Standard Addressed:
2-4.1 Recall the properties of solids and liquids.

It is essential for students to know the properties of solids and liquids.

Properties of Liquids:
A liquid is a form of matter that does not have its own shape.
A liquid takes the shape of the container it it in.
A liquid can flow, be poured, or spilled.
A liquid can change to a solid by freezing.

Make a list of liquids!

Properties of Solids:


A solid is the only form of matter that has its own shape.
Some properties used to identify solids are color, shape, size, weight texture, sinks, floats, hardness, and magnetism.

Make a list solids!

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