States of Matter Solid, Liquid, gas

Matter has weight and takes up space. There are three states, solids, liquids, and gases. Matter is made up of atoms.

Solids

Solids have a fixed shape and volume. this means that they cannot change shape or volume. The molecules in a solid are close together and do not move. Water in the form of a solid is ice.

What are some examples of a solid?

Liquids

A liquids volume cannot change, but its shape will change. A liquid will take the shape of its container.The molecules are packed together, but are still able to move around.

What are some examples of a liquid?

Gas

The volume and shape of a gas can change. A gas can fill a container of any size or shape.The molecules in a gas move around freely.

What are some examples of a gas?

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