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Matter Quiz Game

• Color
• Size
• Magnetism
• Dimension

(2D or 3D)

A student cut an apple in half. Which property changed when the apple was cut?
• The taste of the apple
• The smell of the apple
• The hardness of the apple
• The size of the apple
What is the mass of the rock?

A. 158 grams

B. 166 grams

C. 167 grams

D. 122 grams

The insect is 3 centimeters long and has two wings

The insect has a mass of 2 grams and is magnetic

The insect flies fast and stings people

The insect has six legs and stripes on its body

Kaiya was describing the properties of the sand on her playground. To be safe, which property should NOT be used to describe the sand?
Kaiya was describing the properties of the sand on her playground. To be safe, which property should NOT be used to describe the sand?

Taste

Texture

Color

Temperature

Students place their used papers on the classroom recycle bin. Over time, the bin gets heavier and heavier. If students measure the bin when it is empty and again when it is full, which property changed?

Students place their used papers on the classroom recycle bin. Over time, the bin gets heavier and heavier. If students measure the bin when it is empty and again when it is full, which property changed?

Color B. Mass

C. Temperature D. Magnetism

Tate has an object that has a mass of 14 grams. Tate’s lab partner has an object with a mass of 17 grams. If they put their objects on a balance, what will the balance look like?

Tate has an object that has a mass of 14 grams. Tate’s lab partner has an object with a mass of 17 grams. If they put their objects on a balance, what will the balance look like?

If you placed two screws end to end and measured them, how many centimeters would they be together?

Name a property of each kind of matter for the red box.

Name an example of each kind of matter in the green box.

Matter

Solid

Liquid

Gas

A

B

C

F

D

E

• Shape
• Mass
• Temperature
• Size
• Color

 Sink or Float

If this thermometer is taken out of the freezer, what will happen to it? How will the temperature it shows change?
You have been handed a jar with mystery matter inside. What will you do to determine if it is a solid, liquid, or a gas?

You have been handed a jar with mystery matter inside. What will you do to determine if it is a solid, liquid, or a gas?Will a magnet help?Will a scale help?Will a thermometer help?Will your senses help?Are their other tools that could help you?