|There are three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas.|
Solids have a fixed shape.
Liquids take the shape of their container and they also have a flat
Some solids can melt and become liquids.
Liquids freeze at low temperatures and become solids.
Two states of matter you can see are liquids and solids.
Liquids can change their shape by flowing.
Gases don’t have volume or shape.
Depending on the temperature water can exist in a solid,
liquid or gas.
Even when a liquid changes shape, the volume remains the same .