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heat the flow of energy from a warmer object to a cooler object.
thermal energy the energy of moving particles of matter.
vibrate to move back and forth quickly.
sound a form of energy that comes from objects that vibrate.
light a form of energy that allows you to see objects in the dark.
electric current a flow of charged particles.
energy he ability to do work.
conductor a material that heat moves through easily.
insulator a material that heat does not move through easily.
volume describes how loud or soft a sound is.
pitch how high or low tone is.
Energy the ability to do work or to change something used whenever the location, makeup or look of something changes.
Energy and its Transformation Science Quarter 4. Identify different forms of energy and how they can change and transfer energy from one form to the other.
HEAT, LIGHT, SOUND SCIENCE LANGUAGE AND VOCABULARY.
All of the kinetic energy due to random motion of the particles that make up an object Depends on the motion of the molecules AND how many molecules.
attract circuit When two objects are pulled together.
attract When two objects are pulled together circuit.
Transferring Thermal Energy Section 2. Transfer of Thermal energy Happens by two methods Particles Waves.
Heat Transfer Science Quarter 4. Describe ways heat can be transferred from one form to another MEMPNU Heat Transfer Compare and explain ways that heat.
ENERGY UNIT 4. Light energy : mostly comes from the sun. We can use torches and candles. Thermal energy: provides from the sun and fossil fuels (coal,
Heat Chapter 9 Thermal Energy. Kinetic and Potential Energy Kinetic energy- energy of motion potential energy – Is the certain amount of energy that Molecules.
Material that resists but doesnt stop the flow of electric current.
Chapter 6 Thermal Energy Sections 1 and 2. Temperature The measure of the particle movement or kinetic energy of atoms and molecules in an object.
Energy Notes. What is the ability to cause a change in matter? energy energy.
What is Thermal Energy?. Particles of matter are in constant motion. This motion relates directly to the state of matter of the object (solids, liquids,
HEAT 3 RD Grade Science Chapter 4. Essential Questions What is heat and how is it measured? How does thermal energy move? How is thermal energy used?
BATTLE OF THE BOOK Subject: SCIENCE Twenty Questions
Electric Circuit A path on which electrons move continuously is called an electric circuit.
Energy is the ability to do work. It comes in many forms and from many sources. Energy charges your cell phone, cooks your food, lights and heats your.
Ch. 14 Science Vocabulary Preview. compression A compression is the party of the sound wave where the particles are bunched together.
Make sure that you have a “hand” icon and not an “arrow” before clicking on the screen. Click on the correct vocabulary term (not the letter) that matches.
What is Energy? Different Kinds of Energy. What is Energy? The ability to make things move.
HOT STUFF & ICE COOL How can we use what we have learned about Keeping Warm? Key words: Insulate: Use a material to stop the transfer of thermal energy.
Transferring Thermal Energy Unit 1 Physical Science HS Credit Mrs. Rubel.
Vocabulary & Essential Question Test Review. Minute to Win It 10.1 Energy transformations 1. The temperature at which a substance turns into a solid 2.
Section 1TEMPERATURE AND HEAT. The temperature of an object is related to the average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules. These particles move quickly.
EM Waves The sound wave is moving through air and the water wave through water. Without matter to transfer the energy, they cannot move. Sound and Water.
Energy Part I Notes on the different types of energy.
Hearing Sound by Denise Carroll. What do you hear? Did you hear something? Maybe the sound you heard was as quiet as your cat licking her paws. Or maybe.
HEAT. What do you think this photograph shows? ENERGY of HEAT It takes heat to shape glass or to make a cup of tea.
Place the 2 groups of objects below in order from coldest to hottest. 1. Cheese, popsicle, napkin 2.Bonfire, napkin, fried egg What do you think?
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