Science summative 1

Science summative 1

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  • Hickory Dickory Dock
  • "Science is here to talk"
  • Hickory's School
  • IAS
  • Umm...isn't it only water?
  • What are solids, liquids and gases?
  • What are liquids?
  • Fluids are something that flows just like water. Yes Ias. Water is a liquid. It is something that flows. Another state of water is ice. It is a solid.
  • Liquids are not only water. First, lets study the particles in a liquid. In a liquid, the particles are always moving but, are not clumped together. Liquids are a type of fluid. 
  • If water is a fluid, then how can it be turned to a solid?
  • What are solids, liquids and gases?
  • First of all, what is a solid?
  •  An examples of a solid is ice as we said before. Ice is made by freezing of water. The water particles gets frozen which makes the particles get closer and compressed.  Another example of water is fog.
  • Questions at the end please. Solids are made up of compressed particles. The particles are very tight together and rarely come apart. Those tight fitted particles are what makes a solid. Solids can be made by cooling a substance most of the time.
  • I am confused? Can a plate be a gas?
  • What are solids, liquids and gases?
  • Oh that will be cool?
  •  An examples of a gas is fog as we said before. Fog is made by cool air passing over a body of water. Fog is also known as mist. It is when there is water in the air or clouds you can touch. 
  • No a plate cannot be a gas because it is glass, plastic or cardboard. Those are not made up of gasses. Gas particles are very far apart since gas spread fast. The particles also spread fast and are always moving. Gas can be made by heating or cooling certain substances.   
  • Ice like glaciers, rain, oceans, lakes, ponds, rivers, snow-
  • What are various states of water on earth?
  • Yes but are their solids, liquids, or gases? Let me tell you. Some solid states of water are snow, glaciers, icicles and hail. Even though snow may melt, unmelted snow are snowflakes which are solids. Liquid forms are oceans, lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, puddles, dew or rain. Gas forms are fog, mist, clouds, vapor, steam and more. 
  • What are various states of water on earth?
  • When will the teacher STOP!
  • Glaciers are made by the remains of snow. Snow is made by the freezing of vapor from clouds. Vapor or steam are made by the boiling of water mainly in geysers. Hail is formed by thunderstorm drafts which are able enough to freeze the water. Icicles are formed by the dripping of ice and being frozen at the same time. Rivers are made by the snow melting from mountains. This creates streams which lead to rivers. Rivers empty into oceans, lakes or to other rivers.  Dew is formed by cool objects. The more cool the object, the more dew it will produce. Clouds are formed by vapor in the air. When it rises and becomes thick, it creates clouds. 
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