In this lesson, we will learn about the three states of matter, the properties of each state of matter and how to identify which state of matter a substance is in.
Unit: States of matter
In this lesson, we will learn that all matter is made up of particles. Particles are arranged in different ways in solids, liquids and gases giving them different properties. We will also learn how scientists use diagrams to represent the arrangement of particles.
In this lesson, we will learn what happens to the behaviour and arrangement of particles when they are heated or cooled. We will also investigate some uses of these properties such as cooling gases in order to store them.
In this lesson, we will learn about what happens when substances are heated or cooled enough to change state. We will learn about the four main state changes and identify examples of each of them.
In this lesson, we will learn about how scientists measure temperature, two major 'fixed points' of a substance (melting and boiling point) and how we can determine the state of matter of a substance at a particular temperature when given these fixed points.
In this lesson, we will learn about substances, like sand, that do not fit into one state of matter. We will also learn about non-Newtonian fluids and investigate their properties.
Units in Science
- Practical skills
- Raw and synthetic materials
- Light & dark
- States of matter
- Rock cycle
- Human anatomy
- Electrical circuits
- Separating mixtures
- Physical and chemical changes
- Reproductive cycles
- Notable scientists
- Particles in physical and chemical changes
- Humans and animals over time
- Diet and lifestyle
- History of science