# TR G5C3 science evaporate, condence, melting, freezing

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States of Matter: Boiling, Evaporation and Condensation Name: Class: Date: Consolidation Worksheet 2 What Factors Affect the Rate of Evaporation? Look at the picture below and answer the following questions. Rita has decided to dry her wet towel by hanging it on a clothesline in her garden. Instead of leaving her towel fully open, she folded it into half as shown below. a. Will Rita’s towel take a longer or shorter time to dry? b. Give your reason for your answer in ‘a’. © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teacher’s Guide Grade 5 207

States of Matter: Boiling, Evaporation and Condensation Name: Class: Date: Consolidation Worksheet 3 What Is Condensation? Answer the following questions. a. What is condensation? b. Tom prepared himself a cold drink as shown below. Draw and label on the picture what you would see after the drink is left out in the open for five minutes. c. Explain the reason for your answer in ‘b’. 208 Additional Teacher’s Resources © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd

States of Matter: Boiling, Evaporation and Condensation Name: Class: Date: Consolidation Worksheet 4 What Is the Water Cycle? Below is a diagram that shows the water cycle. Study the diagram and answer the questions that follow. a. What is the water cycle? b. Draw arrows on the diagram above to show the correct direction of the cycle. c. Explain the water cycle process. 1: © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teacher’s Guide Grade 5 209

2: 3: 4: d. Why is the water cycle important? 210 Additional Teacher’s Resources © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd

States of Matter: Boiling, Evaporation and Condensation Name: Class: Date: Consolidation Worksheet 5 Why Do We Need to Conserve Water? The examples below show water being wasted. What can be done to save water in each of these examples? Write your answers below each picture. Ari can save water by Rita can save water by © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd Science SMART Teacher’s Guide Grade 5 211

Min can save water by 212 Additional Teacher’s Resources © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd

States of Matter: Boiling, Evaporation and Condensation Name: Class: Date: Exam Practice Process skills: Observing, Analysing, Inferring The picture below shows two cans. One of them was taken out from the refrigerator, while the other was taken out from a shelf in the kitchen. Study the picture carefully and answer the questions that follow. Can A Can B a. Which of the cans was taken out from the refrigerator? [1 mark] b. Explain how you arrived at your answer in ‘a’. [2 marks] Hint: Observe the two cans carefully. What is the difference between the two? What do you think caused this difference? 214 Additional Teacher’s Resources © 2012 Alston Publishing House Pte Ltd