science

A thing can be made from one or
more materials and use of a
material depends upon its
properties. Now, find out about
some imp. Properties of the
materials like hardness, softness,
heavy and light etc and how do
these properties help you in
grouping things in your daily
life. Give 10 examples from your
daily life. Support them with
relevant pictures

What do you sleep on? is it hard, soft?
On your lunch plate, what do you pick up the knife for?
What would you not kick?

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