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Grade 3 Matter
Which is these is NOT a state of matter?
  1. liquid
  2. gas
  3. smoke
  4. solid
Grade 3 Matter
A liquid has mass that can be measured.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Matter
Which one is not a state of matter?
  1. solid
  2. gas
  3. liquid
  4. heavy
Grade 3 Matter
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.
Grade 3 Matter
It has a volume that stays the same, but it can change shape. What is it?
  1. gas
  2. solid
  3. mass
  4. liquid
Grade 3 Matter
A state in which matter has a definite shape and volume is called                .
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
Grade 3 Matter
A state in which matter has no definite shape and no definite volume is                .
  1. liquid
  2. solid
  3. gas
Grade 3 Matter
Ice is an example of water in which state of matter?
  1. gas
  2. liquid
  3. cold
  4. solid
Grade 3 Matter
How are liquids and solids different?
  1. A liquid doesn't change shape, but solids do.
  2. Solids don't have volume, but liquids do.
  3. A liquid takes the shape of its container. Solids don't change shape.
  4. Solids fill the space they are put in. Liquids only take the shape of the container they are put in.
Grade 3 Matter
Which would cause liquid water to change to a solid?
  1. warming
  2. heating
  3. freezing
  4. dripping
Grade 3 Matter
What state of matter has a definite volume, but no definite shape?
  1. gas
  2. solid
  3. liquid
Grade 3 Matter
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.
Grade 3 Matter
How are gases different from solids and liquids?
  1. Gases have a definite volume, but solids and liquids don't.
  2. Gases and liquids have no definite volume, but solids do.
  3. Gases and liquids have a definite volume, but solids don't.
  4. Gases gave no definite volume, but solids and liquids do.
Grade 3 Matter
Evaporation is when                         .
  1. a liquid becomes a gas
  2. a liquid becomes a solid
  3. gas becomes a liquid
  4. a solid becomes a liquid
Grade 3 Matter
When you freeze water, what temperature is it in Celsius?
  1. 1 degree
  2. 5 degrees
  3. 100 degrees
  4. 0 degrees
Grade 3 Matter
What is the process of a liquid becoming a gas called?
  1. Melting
  2. Boiling
  3. Wave
  4. Evaporation
Grade 3 Matter
How are ice and the wax of a candle alike?
  1. Neither are matter, but they can both change states.
  2. They are both matter, but only the wax can change states.
  3. They are both matter, but only the ice can change states.
  4. They are both matter and they can both change states.
Grade 3 Matter
How can a liquid become a solid?
  1. By something removing heat from it and slowing down the particles.
  2. By something removing heat from it and speeding up the particles.
  3. By something adding heat to it and slowing down the particles.
  4. By something adding heat to it and speeding up the particles.
Grade 3 Matter
How are all solids alike?
  1. All solids have no shape, but take up a lot of space.
  2. All solids keep their shape no matter what.
  3. All solids keep their shape and volume unless something such as heat changes them.
  4. All solids have a definite volume unless you add water.
Grade 3 Matter
You can tell what state of matter an object is depending on what it does in its container.
  1. True
  2. False
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