Steve wants to use Carl's den as a laboratory to work on his revolutionary experiments. When Carl rejects the idea, Steve captures his interest by explaining that they can make money from his invention. Steve then shows off his latest experiment: a Transformation Chamber that can resize objects.
Bill explains the three states of matter: solids, liquids, and gases. He explains that these states differ in only the amount of energy they contain. Bill also uses several examples to illustrate the difference between the three states.
Professor Frink is having a garage sale, and Homer buys a Matter Transporter from him for $0.35. Homer uses the Transporter to exert less effort performing mundane tasks, such as getting a drink from the fridge and walking up the stairs.
This video simply discusses what properties of matter are and explains a few properties, such as length, width, height, and weight, commonly seen in science. The video is simple, but depth and complexity can then be added to your lesson based on grade level.