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Fourth Grade (Grade 4) Properties of Matter Questions

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Grade 4 Properties of Matter
What are the states of matter?
  1. Gas and solid
  2. Liquid and solid
  3. Liquid and gas
  4. Gas, solid, and liquid
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Which of the following has gone through a chemical change?
  1. torn paper
  2. chopped wood
  3. broken window
  4. cooking pancakes
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
What is matter?
  1. How much something weighs
  2. Anything that has mass and takes up space
  3. How something looks, feels, or acts
  4. How we classify plants
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
What is mass?
  1. The amount of matter in an object
  2. Anything that takes up space
  3. Weight
  4. A nonreversible change
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Which of these is a gas?
  1. salt
  2. oxygen
  3. water
  4. soil
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
What happens as liquid water becomes ice?
  1. It does not change states.
  2. It changes from a liquid to a solid.
  3. It changes from a solid to a gas.
  4. It changes from a gas to a solid.
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
What happens when oil is added to water?
  1. Nothing happens.
  2. The water evaporates.
  3. The oil and water separate.
  4. Oil cannot be added to water.
Grade 4 Properties of Matter
Abby left a glass of water on the sidewalk on a summer morning. When she came back in the afternoon, there was less water in the glass, and the sidewalk around the glass was dry. What most likely happened to the water?
  1. It evaporated in the sunlight.
  2. It froze and a dog ate it.
  3. There is not enough information to tell.
  4. It leaked out of the glass onto the sidewalk.
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