Worksheet on Solids, Liquids and Gases

Worksheet on solids, liquids and gases contains various types of questions on how solid, liquid and gas have different forms of shapes. We know solids have a definite shape; liquids take the shape of the container they occupy and air takes the shape of the container it occupies.

I. Fill in the blanks:

(i) _________ has a definite shape.

(ii) On boiling, water changes into _________.

(iii) A glass half filled with water is also filled with _________.

(iv) On freezing, _________ changes into ice.


II. Give three examples for each of the following:

(i) Materials that do not have a definite shape.

(ii) Materials that change into different forms.

(iii) Materials that have a definite shape.

(iv) Things which are filled with air.


III. Answer the following questions:

(i) Name a material that has different forms?

(ii) How to make ice-golas?


Check the answers of worksheet on solids, liquids and gases:


Answers:


I. (i) paper

(ii) vapour

(iii) air

(iv) water


II. (i) Materials that do not have a definite shape are water, oil and petrol.

(ii) Materials that change into different forms are water, ghee and wax.

(iii) Materials that have a definite shape are iron, plastic and rubber.

(iv) Things which are filled with air are football, balloon and tyre.


III. (i) Water has different forms.

(ii) To make ice-golas first we need take ice frost, a small glass, candy sticks and any fruit syrup of your choice. Our next step is pack some refrigerator frost into a small glass. In the centre of this frost, push in a candy stick. Holding the stick, slowly pull out the gola. Make it yummy and colourful by dipping it in different fruit syrups.





Third Grade

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