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scientist and kids explore freezing
HEATING AND COOLING DEFINITION

Heating is when you increase the temperature of something and cooling is when you lower the temperature. Heating and cooling can cause changes we can see.  Sometimes these changes are reversible and sometimes they are not.

To better understand how heating and cooling works…

HEATING AND COOLING DEFINITION. Heating is when you increase the temperature of something and cooling is when you lower the temperature. Heating and cooling can cause changes we can see.  Sometimes these changes are reversible and sometimes they are not. To better understand how heating and cooling works…

LET’S BREAK IT DOWN!

Heating raises the temperature of something.

kids investigate how heating causes changes

When things heat up, they get warmer. We heat food to make breakfast, lunch and dinner. Heating coffee or tea can make it more enjoyable. People also heat clothes to take out the wrinkles.

Heating raises the temperature of something. When things heat up, they get warmer. We heat food to make breakfast, lunch and dinner. Heating coffee or tea can make it more enjoyable. People also heat clothes to take out the wrinkles.
kids investigate how heating causes changes

Heating causes a marshmallow to warm up.

girl examines marshmallow heated to a crisp

A marshmallow can change from a solid to a liquid when it is heated. Sometimes that marshmallow just gets soft and warm and sometimes it can get burned.

Heating causes a marshmallow to warm up. A marshmallow can change from a solid to a liquid when it is heated. Sometimes that marshmallow just gets soft and warm and sometimes it can get burned.
girl examines marshmallow heated to a crisp

Cooling lowers the temperature of things.

scientist and kids explore freezing

In places where it is very cold, a cup of water left outsid