Please note that the Science Centre exhibitions will be closed on Mondays except school and public holidays. Lab lessons for schools will continue as per normal on closure days. We thank you for your understanding. Beyond solids, liquids and gases are many more exciting and intriguing states of matter to be explored! Learn how materials change from one state to another when energy is added or removed. Be amazed by the state of plasma and learn how plasma is produced. Finally, we are breaking out some of our coldest material on hand for a chilling look at what happens when matter becomes super frozen.Objectives:State that matter is anything that has mass and occupies space.Differentiate between the three states of matter (solid, liquid, gas) in terms of shape and volume.Recognise that water can exist in three interchangeable states of matter.Learn how mass and volume are measured using an appropriate apparatus.Understand the effect of heat gain or loss on the temperature and state of water and communicate findings.Show curiosity in exploring matter in the surroundings and question what they find.Delivery Type Hands-On Workshop Level P3, P4, P5, P6 Number of Pax 80 to 200 Duration 1.00 hours Timing 9.30am, 2.30pmFees $0 Book this programmeFor instructions on how to book our programmes, please read our Online Education Programmes SystemTo book a programme, please access the online booking system.