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water: a liquid earth material
absorb: to soak up
bead up: form a ball shape
wet: Water is there.
dry: No water is there.
properties: characteristics; things that tell what something is like or how something is ; what you observe about something using sight, smell, hearing, tasting or touch.
surface tension: when water beads up
dome: this shape
porous: having holes
slope: a slant, like on a hill or ramp
gentle slope: steep slope:
surface: the top or outside (skin) of something
flow: when liquid moves
expand: to grow, get bigger, spread out
contract: get smaller, pull in, come together
sink: fall under the surface and toward the bottom
has molecules closer together; takes up less space denser:
float: In water, it means to go up toward the surface or stay on the surface.
less dense: molecules spread out, need more space
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