States of Matter By Mrs. Hardy

A solid is formed when molecules are in a tight, orderly formation and moving very little.

A liquid is formed when heat is added to a solid. The molecules start to spread out and vibrate a little more.

A gas is formed when even more heat is added to a liquid. Molecules separate from each other and move around quickly.


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