Matter is anything that has weight and occupies space. Everything is matter, and matter has three different forms. Solid, gas and liquid are the three forms of matter. Give your kids examples of these different kinds of matters; such as ice, air, and water. Now, help your kids find the words on the list in the puzzle in this worksheet. Draw lines to connect the letters. The words in the puzzle are written forward, backward, horizontally, and vertically.
Matter is anything that has weight and occupies space. Before beginning this worksheet exercise, make sure that your child knows this simple definition of matter. Matter has 3 forms; liquid, solid, and gas. Give them some examples of matter such as people, cars, food, animals, objects etc. now, ask your child to give you some more examples of matter which they know. Help the thirsty kids in this picture find some liquids on their hike. Ask your kids to trace their path through the liquid only in this tracing sheet.
Matter is basically everything. Matter can exist in three different forms. These forms are solid, liquid, and gas. Give your kids some examples of solid matter, liquid matter, and gas matter to make sure they understand. Ask them to give you some of their own examples, and where they can be found. Now, read more facts about solids in this worksheet. After reading the simple sentences, head to the bottom of the page and help your kids circle the solids among the objects.
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