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Name: ________________________ ___/25 points

Summative Assessment: Matter Unit


1. The three states of matter are: __solid_____, liquid and gas (3 pts)

2. Above is a glass of ice water. (2 pts)


The ice is in the solid state and the water is in the liquid state.

3. How are the particles arranged in a solid? (2 pts)


a. Close together and in a regular pattern
b. They have no definite shape or volume
Standard - 3.2.4.A1:
c. Far apart Identify and classify objects based
on their observable and measurable
d. Particles that move freely. physical properties. Compare and
contrast solids, liquids, and gases
based on their properties.
4. The particles in a gas are arranged… (2 pts)
a. not in any specific pattern and do not stay close together.
b. not in any specific patter but do stay close together.
c. long ways
d. horizontally

5. Jayla leaves her ice pop out in the sun! What will happen when she leaves her solid ice pop
out in the heat? (2 pts)
a. It will freeze. Standard - 3.2.4.A3:
Demonstrate the conservation of
b. It will stay the same. mass during physical changes such
as melting or freezing.
c. It will melt and become a gas.
d. It will melt and become a liquid.
6. Matter is classified as: (2 pts)
a. Something that has a definite shape and takes up a definite amount of space.
b. The amount of mass something contains.
c. Only solid objects.
d. Everything in the universe that has mass and takes up space.

7. Natalie and her mom are making homemade ice cream! They mix together vanilla and milk,
which are two liquids. What process do they need to do to the ingredients to change them to
ice cream? (2 pts)
a. Melt them
b. Freeze them
c. Separate them Standard - 3.2.4.A3:
Demonstrate the conservation of
mass during physical changes
8. What happens to the mass of the ice cream when it changes such as melting or freezing.

from liquid ingredients to solid ice cream? (2 pts)


a. The mass increases.
b. The mass decreases.
c. The mass stays the same.

9. _________ take the shape of their container. (2 pts) Standard - 3.2.4.A1:


Identify and classify objects based
a. Liquids on their observable and measurable
physical properties. Compare and
b. Solids contrast solids, liquids, and gases
based on their properties.
c. It depends how much mass it contains.
d. Everything in the universe that has mass and takes up space.

10. Gases always fill the container they are in, but if the container is open the gas particles…(2 pts)
a. Arrange into a neat pattern.
b. Become water vapor.
c. Move out of the container because they don’t stay close together.
d. Stay close together.
True of False: (1 pt. each)
1. All matter is made up of small bits called particles. T

2. Boiling pasta is an example of a physical change. T

3. A physical change is a change in shape, size, but not in its state of matter. F

4. Rust on a penny is an example of a physical change. F

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