Today we were learning about the three states of matter. We used balloons to try to work out what the aim of the lesson would be looking at the contents of the different balloons. One contained water one was filled with air and the other had a marble in. We have to work together to find out what the difference between them was and how we could explain the differences to each other. We then looked at what was actually happening with three different states of matter. We discovered that a solid cannot change shape , A liquid takes the shape of whatever it is put into but it can’t be held (we got it wet) and I guess just simply vanished into thin air when it is released. In our books we drew diagrams to show how this might look and we acted it out to show that we understood what was happening with the three states of matter.