By: Sarah Sharp
Atoms are small particles that make up most types of matter. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Law of conservation of matter states that matter is not created or destroyed--- it only changes form. Electrons are invisible and negatively charged particles. Neutrons are uncharged particles.
Electrons and neutrons don't always get along. Electrons are very rude to the neutrons and neutrons don't always like them. Neutrons are not positive nor negative so they don't really get along with anybody. They are lonesome. Atoms make up most matter. Atoms and matter get along pretty well. Sometimes they might have some fire in them, but they have to get along because they are always together. The Law of Conservation of Matter helps matter be happy and to stay alive.