What does heat do to particles?
Heat energy makes the particles in matter move faster. The more heat, the faster the particles move.
Radiation is the transfer of heat by waves Conduction is the transfer of heat by 2 (or more) objects touching Convection is the transfer of heat by particles being heated and rising. As they rise, cooler particles rush below to fill their spot below. The cooler particles begin to heat up and the warmer particles cool. The newly cooled particles sink and the newly heated particles rise. The cycle repeats until the heat source dies.