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Solids, Liquids, and Gases (Grade 3)

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Solids, Liquids, and Gases

1. 
What has a definite shape and volume?
  1. gas
  2. liquid
  3. solid
 
2. 
A state in which matter has no definite shape and no definite volume is                .
  1. liquid
  2. solid
  3. gas
3. 
A state in which matter has a definite volume but no definite shape is called?
  1. gas
  2. solid
  3. liquid
 
4. 
Milk is an example of which state of matter?
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
5. 
A pencil is a                     .
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
  4. both liquid and solid
 
6. 
When you heat water, it turns into
  1. a gas
  2. a liquid
  3. a solid
7. 
What is an example of a solid turning into another state of matter?
  1. breaking a chair into pieces
  2. snow becoming a puddle
  3. tearing a piece of paper
  4. water freezing
 
8. 
When an ice cube melts, it changes from
  1. a solid to a liquid.
  2. a liquid to a gas.
  3. a solid to a gas.
  4. a gas to a solid.
9. 
Which would cause liquid water to change to a solid?
  1. warming
  2. heating
  3. freezing
  4. dripping
 
10. 
Shauna placed a cup of water in a warm place. One week later, no water was left in the cup. What probably happened?
  1. The liquid water changed to a gas.
  2. The liquid water changed to a solid.
  3. The water leaked out of the cup.
  4. The water spilled from the cup.
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