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Lesson Worksheet: Forms of Water Science

In this worksheet, we will practice naming, describing and identifying the three forms of water and explaining how we can use heating and cooling to change between the different forms.

Q1:

Consider this table.

List 1List 2List 3List 4
Water
Ice
Gas
Liquid
Freeze
Steam
Snow
Glass
Steam
Water
Ice
Steam

Which list shows the correct names for the three forms of water?

  • AList 4
  • BList 1
  • CList 3
  • DList 2

Q2:

Which of these is matched correctly?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q3:

Look at this picture.

What is this process called?

  • AFreezing
  • BBoiling
  • CGetting colder
  • DMelting

Q4:

Scarlett has drawn a diagram to show how water changes form.

What does Scarlett’s diagram show about how water changes form?

  • AIt is reversible.
  • BIt only needs to be heated up.
  • CIt only needs to be cooled down.
  • DIt is irreversible.

Q5:

Sophia and Daniel are trying to describe freezing.

Who is correct?

  • ABoth of them
  • BSophia
  • CDaniel
  • DNeither of them

Q6:

Mason’s dad is heating water to cook pasta.

What change has happened?

  • ASteam ice
  • BSteam water
  • CIce water
  • DWater steam

Q7:

Which of these is matched correctly?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q8:

Amira is making ice cubes. She pours water into an ice cube tray.

Fill in the blank: To make ice, the temperature needs to .

  • Astay the same
  • Bheat up
  • Ccool down

Q9:

Amelia and Madison are doing an activity about the changing forms of water.

Who has done the activity correctly?

  • ABoth of them
  • BMadison only
  • CNeither of them
  • DAmelia only

Q10:

These children have been learning about forms of water.

Who is correct?

  • AScarlett and Madison
  • BScarlett and Daniel
  • CAll of them
  • DNone of them

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