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:
I. (i) paper
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.
• Materials, Water and Air