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Defenition : is some thing that floats in water Examples : boat duck jetskee None examples a desk
Liquids are like water it can be juice or milk Examples juice milk and water None examples bones books and shoes
Definitions : a soulition is something you can not take apart Example : punch, salt water, lemonade, None examples
Something that can be very hard like rocks and people are a solid to its not just rocks its bones too examples rocks bones and a desk None examples paper is not a solid or a book or a poster
Something that is some thing mix together Example candy can be a mix or gum or pencils None examples books are not a mix or a test or a frogs
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These describe matter. Starts with a p Properties.
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