# Heating Ice

```Heating up Ice
Solids
vibrating
escape
regular melted
increase
compact
Solid object
Particles
a. The particles are arranged in lines. The pattern is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
b. They are packed tightly together. They are _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
c. The particles are moving backwards and forwards. They are _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
d. As the temperature goes up the vibrations get bigger. They _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
e. Eventually, they gain enough energy to break free from their positions. They _ _ _ _ _ _ .
f. The solid has changed to a liquid. It has _ _ _ _ _ _ .
Liquids
evaporated
irregular
flow
escape
quickly
Liquid
Particles
a. In liquids, the particles are not arranged in lines. The pattern is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
b. They are free to slide over each other. Liquids can _ _ _ _ .
c. The particles speed up as the temperature rises. They move more _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
d. Eventually, they gain enough energy to leave the surface. They _ _ _ _ _ _ .
e. The liquid has changed to a gas. It has _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
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Gases
Gas
quickly
diffuse
Particles
irregular
increases
flow
a. In gases, the particles are not arranged in lines. The pattern is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
b. They are very far apart from each other. They are widely _ _ _ _ _ _ .
c. The particles are free to slide over each other. Gases can _ _ _ _ .
d. They particles have a high speed. They are moving _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
e. As the temperature increases, they move even faster. Their speed _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
f. The gas particles spread quickly around the room. They _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .
Properties of Solids, Liquids and Gases
Circle the states that have each of the following properties. There may be more than
a.
The particles have an irregular arrangement
Solid
Liquid
Gas
b.
The particles are close together
Solid
Liquid
Gas
c.
The particles cannot move around
Solid
Liquid
Gas
d.
The particles have a high speed
Solid
Liquid
Gas
e.
The substance can flow
Solid
Liquid
Gas
f.
The substance fills the base of a it’s container
Solid
Liquid
Gas
g.
The substance keeps it’s shape
Solid
Liquid
Gas
h.
The substance diffuses quickly
Solid
Liquid
Gas
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