أوراق عمل States of matter العلوم منهج انجليزي الصف الخامس

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أوراق عمل States of matter العلوم منهج انجليزي الصف الخامس


Inspire science grade 5

States Of matter

The image shows the particles in a solid, a liquid, and a gas

Which option has the correct description of the particles

A. mage 1 is a gas

B. Image 2 is a gas

C. mage 3 is a solid

D. Image I is a solid

2) which are examples of a liquid

A. Milk

B. Oil

C. Ice

D. Water vapor

E. Steam

F. Salt

 Which statement best the arrangement and movement of particles in a solid

A. They are far apart from each other and move freely

B. They are tightly packed and vibrate in place

C. they are held together by weak attractive forces so they can move freely

D. they are close to each other and vibrate in place

 which statement explains why water flows smoothly down this waterfall

A. the particles are far apart from each other and move freely in all directions

B. The particles are tightly packed and move freely in all directions

C. the particles are close together and slide past each other

D. the particles are tightly packed and vibrate in place

. has a fixed and a fixed volume

A. solid

B. liquid

C. gas

……… A liquid has a but does not have a fixed shape

A. density

B. mass

C. volume

 Which of the following statements is TRUE about gases

A. Gases have a fixed shape and a fixed volume

B. Gases have no fixed shape and no fixed volume

C. Gases have a fixed volume, but no fixed shape

The particles in a solid are tightly packed together and ………… place

A. Vibrate

B. Slide

C. move freely

 Liquid poured from a bottle into a glass is able to flow because the liquid does not have a definite shape

A. TRUE

B. FALSE

.change both shape and volume when placed in different spaces or containers. They have no fixed shape and volume

A. Gases

B. Solids

C. liquids

II) In which state of matter are the particles farthest apart

A. Solid

B. Plastic

C. Liquid

D. Gas

12) How are gases and liquids different

A. Gases do not have a fixed volume. Liquids have a fixed volume

B. Gases have a fixed shape. Liquids do not have a fixed shape

C. Gases have a fixed volume. Liquids do not have a fixed volume

D. Gases do not have a fixed Liquids have a fixed shape

13) Solids and volume

A. no fixed

B. an unfixed

C. a fixed

D. a changing

14) …………Rain is water in

A. Liquid

B. Gaseous

C. solid

15) …………. Ice is water in

A. Liquid

B. Gaseous

C. solid

16) Vapor is water in the ………... state

A. Liquid

B. solid

C. gaseous

17) ……….. Gas has

A. No fixed shape and volume

B. Fixed shape and volume

C. No fixed shape and fixed volume

18) ………… Liquid has

A. No fixed shape and volume

B. Fixed shape and volume

C. No fixed shape and fixed volume

 Which statements about the book are TRUE

A. The particles are far apart from each other and move freely in all directions

B. The particles are tightly packed and move freely in all directions

C. The particles are tightly packed and vibrate in place

D. The has a fixed shape and volume

20) …………. Particles within a solid

A. move about freely

B. vibrate in fixed positions

C. do not move

D. change place easily

Gases, like air in a a fixed shape or a fixed volume

A. sometime

B. definitely

C. always

D. do not

Which of the following is NOT true about a gas such as air

A. A gas has a definite shape

B. A gas has no definite shape

C. A gas fills all of the space it is placed

D. A gas has no definite volume

The change in state shown on the glass is caused by

A. releasing energy

B. producing energy

C. adding energy

D. removing energy

 What word is used to describe liquid water changing to ice

A. condensing

B. freezing

C. evaporating

D. melting

 What causes a change in the state of matter

A. Removing Energy

B. adding or removing energy

C. adding energy

D. creating energy and destroying energy

 Freezing is when a liquid becomes a

A. Solid

B. Gas

C. liquid

 Which of the following must happen for solid ice to change to liquid water

A. energy must be kept the same

B. energy must be removed

C. the particles must move slower

D. energy must be added

E. the particles must move faster

. F. the particles must move closer together

 The ice cream is melting. How can you get the ice cream to retur to a solid

A. cool it in the freezer

B. keep holding it in your hand

C. remove it from the cone

D. heat it on the stove

Which process does this picture shows

A. evaporation

B. melting

C. condensation

D. freezing

Which process does this picture shows

A. Evaporation

B. melting

C. condensation

D. freezing

31) Which process does this picture shows

A. Evaporation

B. melting

C. condensation

D. freezing

32) Which process does this picture shows

A. Evaporation

B. melting

C. condensation

D. freezing

If the temperature of a liquid is increased enough, it will become a

A. Gas

B. solid

C. liquid

What are the differences between evaporation and condensation

A. During condensation, energy is adde

B. During evaporation, energy is removed

C. During condensation, a liquid becomes a gas

D. During condensation, a gas becomes a liquid

E. During evaporation, a gas becomes a liquid

F. During evaporation, energy is added

35) What is condensation

A. the process by which a liquid a solid

B. the process by which a liquid becomes a gas

C. the process by which a solid becomes a liquid

D. the by which a gas a liquid

 What word is used to describe liquid water changing to ice

A. freezing

C. evaporating

D. melting

 In which state of matter are the particles farthest apart

A. Liquid

B. Plastic

C. Gas

D. Solid

 For matter to change from a gas —i to a liquid - to a solid, energy must be

A. removed

B. added
 
 

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