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Science Matter Unit for Second Grade

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What are the three states of matter?
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What are the three states of matter?
Solid, Liquid, Gas
What state of matter does not change its shape?
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What state of matter does not change its shape?
solid
What state of matter takes the shape of its container?
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What state of matter takes the shape of its container?
Liquid
What makes ice melt faster?
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What makes ice melt faster?
Heat
What keeps ice from melting?
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What keeps ice from melting?
Insulator
Name an example of matter that will float.
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Name an example of matter that will float.
cork, sponge, boat
Name an example of matter that will sink.
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Name an example of matter that will sink.
brick, stone, rock
Name three shapes that matter can have?
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Name three shapes that matter can have?
triangle, circle, rectangle
Name three ways to describe the size of matter.
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Name three ways to describe the size of matter.
Big, small, large, tall
Give an example of matter that has texture. Name its texture.
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Give an example of matter that has texture. Name its texture.
sand paper (rough), fur, (soft) stone (smooth)
What five things does a scientist use to conduct an experiment?
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What five things does a scientist use to conduct an experiment?
His/Her senses
What does a scientist do before he does the actual experiments?
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What does a scientist do before he does the actual experiments?
Predicts
What sense do you not use unless your teachers tells you it is ok?
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What sense do you not use unless your teachers tells you it is ok?
Taste
What instrument would a scientist use to measure temperature?
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What instrument would a scientist use to measure temperature?
Thermometer
Give an example of what a scientist would use to measure matter.
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Give an example of what a scientist would use to measure matter.
ruler, measuring cup, thermometer
What is a centimeter?
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What is a centimeter?
A unit of measurement.
What is a thermometer?
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What is a thermometer?
An instuments that meansure the temperature
What is water vapor?
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What is water vapor?
The stage in which water begins to change to a gas.
What is an insulator?
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What is an insulator?
Something that slows down the melting of matter.
What is volume?
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What is volume?
The amount of space a material takes up.
What state of matter has a definite shape and volume?
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What state of matter has a definite shape and volume?
Solid
What is size?
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What is size?
How big or small an object is
What is process called that causes drops to form on the outside of a glass?
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What is process called that causes drops to form on the outside of a glass?
condensation
What is freezing?
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What is freezing?
To remove heat from something
At what temperature Fahrenheit will water boil?
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At what temperature Fahrenheit will water boil?
212 degrees
Describe your favorite experiment? Tell what you learned from it.
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Describe your favorite experiment? Tell what you learned from it.
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