Volume
Forces
States of Matter
Forms of Energy
Think Like a Scientist
1

True or False: Mass and volume are the same thing.

False!

1

When a south pole and a south pole are facing each other, they will _____________.

repel

1

Name the 3 states of matter.

solid, liquid, and gas

1

Name 3 forms of energy.

1

When doing an experiment, a scientist will draw conclusions at ______________

A) the beginning of an experiment

B) the middle of an experiment

C) the end of an experiment

C) the end of an experiment

2

Volume is _____________________________.

How much space something takes up

2

When a north and south pole are facing each other, they will ____________.

attract

2

If you heat up a pot of water, what state of mater is the water turning into?

turning into gas

2

When standing next to a campfire, your marshmallow starts to melt. This is because the temperature is going up. Does this mean the temperature increasing or decreasing?

Increase means to go up

2

A scientist looks into the night sky and sees light. What is creating this light?

stars

3

What tool would you use to measure volume?

A) scale

B) balance

C) thermometer

D) graduated cylinder

D) graduated cylinder

3

Magnets are attracted to ___________.

A) aluminum

B) some metals

C) all metals

D) graphite 

B) some metals

3

Condensation happens by:

A) a liquid melting

B) a liquid freezing

C) a liquid cooling

D) a liquid heating

D) a liquid heating

3

What kind of energy would happen if you rub your hand together?

Heat energy

3

Avery is observing two thermometers. One is in the shade and the other is in the sunshine. What should he do to continue his investigation.

A) draw a picture

B) read a book

C) tell the teacher

D) conduct an experiment

D) conduct an experiment

4

Colton drops a unit cube into a graduated cylinder. The graduated cylinder is filled with 50ml of water before the cube is dropped in. After the cube is in the graduated cylinder, the water now shows 57ml. Why is this?

the cube takes up space, this is volume.

4

Gravity, friction, attraction, and repulsion are all types of forces. What type of force is most overcome when kicking a soccer ball into the air?

Gravity

4

What must happen for a solid to change into a liquid?

A) freeze

B) cool

C) melt

D) evaporation

C) melt

4

What two forms of energy come from a light bulb?

light and heat energy

4

What does hypothesis mean?

a question or educated prediction.

5

Which unit of measurement would be used when discussing liquid volume?

A) milliliters (mL)

B) pounds (lb)

C) feet (ft)

D) miles per hour (mph)

A) milliliters (mL)

5

Forces can accelerate. What does accelerate mean?

To change speeds or speed up

5

Water goes through all states of matter when it goes through the water cycle. What are the four phases of the water cycle?

evaporation, condensation, precipitation, collection

5

Light is a form of energy. What is it called when it looks as if something is bending in water?

A) reflection

B) translucent 

C) refraction

D) absorbed 

C) refraction

5

Why should a scientist perform an experiment multiple times?

A) to eliminate mistakes that could happen if an experiment is only done once.

B) to have fun

C) to change everything in the experiment all at once

A) to eliminate mistakes that could happen if an experiment is only done once.

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