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  • Hi! Today I will talk about matter. Matter is anything that has weight (mass) and occupies space. There are three states of matter: solids, liquids, and gasses.
  • The States of Matter
  • Matter
  •  The three states of matter can change their forms. A solid can turn into a liquid, and then into a gas. There are different ways that matter can change its form. However, the particles in each state of matter move differently.
  • Solids: particles don't move at all Liquids: particles move slowly Gasses: particles move very fast
  • Solids Solids can be hard as a pencil and smooth like an ice cube. What makes solids special is that they can hold their shape, and don't move unless you physically touch it. Solids retain their volume and shape.
  • Let's start off by talking about solids.
  • Liquids Liquids can be like water, milk, orange juice, lava, and etc. If you can drink something or it can run through your fingers, it's a liquid. Liquids take the shape of the container that they are in, but they maintain their volume.
  •  Now, let's talk about the next state of matter: liquids.
  • Gasses Gasses can vary from the air in the sky, to the helium inside of balloons. Gasses will take the shape of the shape and volume of the container that it's stored inside of. 
  • Finally, let's talk about the last state of matter: gasses.
  • The States of Matter
  • That's all! These are the three states of matter, and some general information about them.
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