Scientific method
Energy
Simple machines
Matter
Atmosphere

100

How many steps are there in the scientific method?

6

100

What is kinetic and potential energy?

Kinetic energy is when something is in motion. Potential energy is when something is not in motion and is still.

100

Which simple machine helps a car move.

A wheel and axle.

100

Give an example of a solid, liquid, and gas.

Ice

Water

Fog 

100

Whats a type of wind that moves globally.

Prevailing winds

200

Can you name all of the steps in order ?

Question, Research, Hypothesis, Observation, Analysis, Conclusion.

200

What is renewable and non-renewable energy?

Renewable energy is energy that can be reused once consumed and non-renewable energy cannot be reused.

200

Where would you find a screw?

Ex: On the top of your water bottle, etc

200

What is the definition of viscosity?

A thick and sticky liquid such as honey.

200

What are the layers of the atmosphere in order.

Exosphere, Thermosphere, Mesosphere, Stratosphere, Troposphere. 

300

What is a line graph?

A graph to represent data progression.

300

What is the difference between thermal and radiant energy?

The difference is that thermal energy is heat energy and radiant energy is light energy.

300

Which simple machine is a triangular shaped tool?

A wedge.

300

What is volume?

Is the quantity of a three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface.

300

What is the ozone layer?

It is an invisible layer in the Stratosphere that absorbs most of the sun's ultraviolet radiation.

400

Is a graduated cylinder used for?

To measure liquid

400

What is solar energy?

Energy that comes from the sun and turns into electricity.

400

What are the units of work? (What is it measured by)

Joules

400

What is evaporation?

When a liquid turns into a gas.

400

What are the atmosphere's gases?

Nitrogen, Oxygen, Etc

500

What is a triple beam balance used for?

Measuring masses.

500

What is hydroelectric energy?

Is electricity produced from hydropower.

500

What is the formula for power?


Power = force × velocity

500

What is the formula for density?

Density = mass ÷ volume

500

What is the difference between conduction and convection?

Conduction is when the heat is being transferred by direct contact but convection is the movement of heat by actual motion of matter.