Correct! To get ice's melting point in Kelvin, we just add $$273$$ to its melting point in Celsius ($$0 ^{\circ}\mathrm{C}$$) So, we get $$0 + 273 = 273 \, \mathrm{K}$$
So, like we discussed, a solid turning into a liquid is called melting. Obviously, there are other changes of matter as well. You can see them in the animation. For example, if a liquid turns into a gas, it is called Vaporisation.

Every time a change of state occurs via heating, latent heat is absorbed. Every time a change of state occurs via cooling, latent heat is released.
During condensation, is latent heat absorbed or released?
• Latent Heat is released
• Latent Heat is absorbed
• Latent Heat is neither released nor absorbed