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100

x 6

How much of the earth' s surface is covered with water?

a. 1/4     b.  2/4

c. 3/4        d. 3/8

c. 3/4

100
x4

Which of the following planets is know as Earth's twin?

a  Mercury

b Venus

c Mars

d Jupiter

b. Venus
100
3 main gases that make up the Earth's atmosphere (x5)

a. oxygen, argon and nitrogen

b. nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide

c. oxygen, carbon dioxide, and helium

d. carbon dioxide, helium, and oxygen

a. oxygen, argon and nitrogen
100
x7

Weathering and erosion are harming the land by

a. building up new land for new habitats

b. breaking down land so new buildings can be built

c. breaking down and carrying away soil

d. forming new lakes

c.  breaking down and carrying away soil
100
grass....bird .....snake.....hawk

x5

which is the primary consumer

bird
200
x 4

When light shines through a prism it bends.  This is also know as 

a. reflection

b. refraction

c. absorption

d. shadow

b. refraction
200
What does the hygrometer measure?

a. wind speed

b. humidity, moisture in the air

c. amount of rain

d. wind direction

b. humidity, moisture in the air
200
x4

Salt water dissolves quicker in cold water by 

a. pouring

b. stirring

c. letting it sit still

d. adding a little at a time

b. stirring
200
 Over several years, a new sand bar has formed right off the coast of the ocean.  What is this know as? x6

a. deposition because the waves carries sand from the beach and deposits it into the water

b. deposition because the waves wash all the sand off the beach

c. wind erosion , because the sand is moving from the beach to the water

a
200
Which of the following animals changes its fur color during the winter to help protect it in its surroundings (x4)

a rabbit

b. arctic fox

c. polar bear

d. reindeer

b. arctic fox
300

x3

If the Earth revolves around the sun for 4 yrs, how many times does the moon revolve around the Earth?

a. 12      b. 24        c. 36          d. 48


d.48

300

Which would be an example of chemical potential energy: (x3)

a. a spring compressed

b. a ball rolling down a hill

c. a child sitting at the top of a slide

d. powder on the tip of a match

d. powder on the tip of a match

300
budding is known as (x6) 

a . sexual reproduction

b. asexual reproduction

c. both sexual and asexual reproduction

d. seeds

b. asexual reproduction
300

x5

Water from the oceans pounds against a rock for hundreds of years.  Eventually a hole forms in the rock.  This is known as 

a. erosion

b. weathering

c. deposition

d. construction

a.  weathering
300

x 7

What is evaporation?

a . gas turns to liquid

b. solid turns to liquid

c. liquid turns to gas

d. water turns to ice

c. liquid turns to gas

400

The Earth is mostly covered by oceans.  Oceans are found in the   (x7)

a. hydrosphere

b lithosphere

c. atmosphere

d. troposphere



a. hydrosphere

400
What is the deepest part of the earth (x7)

a. mantle

b. outer core

c. inner core

d crust

c. inner core
400
A spider plant reproduces when buds form on runners from the parent plant.  This is known as (x5)

a. runner reproduction

b. sexual reproduction

c. asexual reproduction

d. multicellular reproduction

c. asexual reproduction
400
Tommy placed a black, white, silver, and blue can under a heat lamp with a thermometer in each one.  Which one of the cans will be the coolest? (x4)

a. black, because it absorbs the heat

b. blue, because it wasn't under direct light

c. white because it would reflect light

d. silver, because it is shiny


c. white, because it would reflect light
400
x5

Frozen orange juice is place in a bowl.  Ager a few minutes it begins to melt.  What type of change has occurred?

 a.   chemical

b. melting

c. physical

d. mixture

c. physical
500
x 5

Where would you find icebergs?

a. hydrosphere

b. mesosphere

c. lithosphere

d. atmosphere

a. hydrosphere
500

x5

Oxygen and water chemically combine to make hydrogen peroxide.  Hydrogen peroxide is known as 

a. an element

b. a molecule

c. a compound

d. a rock

c. a compound

500
x7

Birds use their beaks adapt to the environment by 

a) being able to protect themselves from predators

b. being able to use their beaks to consume food

c. it helps them to build their nest

b.  being able to use their beaks to consume food
500
x5

The temperature is 25 degrees ... What type of weather would you expect

a. rain

b. snow

c. cloudy

d. clear

b. snow
500

x6

You are running a race.  Which system of the body helps you move?

a. skeletal

b. muscular

c. digestive

d.  nervous

b. muscular

600

x3

Which layer of the atmosphere is closest to the earth?

a. atmosphere

b. troposphere

c. stratosphere

d. exosphere

b.  troposphere

600

x 4

The environmental protection agency wanted to start using an alternative fuel to cut down on pollution.  Which fuel would they chose?

a. ethanol

b. fossil fuels

c. crude oil

d. coal

a .  ethanol

600
x4

A student wanted to look at pond water to see what organisms they could find.  Which of the following tools would the student use?

a.  balance           b.  graduate cylinder

c. microscope         d. magnifying glass

c.  microscope
600
if you have objects on one end of the balance , what could you add to the other end to make the objects equal (x7)

a. liter weights

b. pound weights

c. gram weights

d. meter weights

c. gram weights
600

x8      

grass.... mice....snake...hawk...

What would happen if the mice were removed from the food 

a) The grass would increase and the hawk would decrease

b. The snakes would increase and the hawks would decrease

c. The grass would increase and the snakes would decrease

d.  The Hawks would increase and the grass would decrease


c

700

x4

Which layer do we live on?

a. inner core

b. mantle

c. outer core

d. crust

d crust

700

x 3

Tommy wanted to blow up a balloon using a gas that would make the balloon float.  What type of gas did he use?

a) oxygen

b. hydrogen

c. carbon

d. helium

d. helium

700

x4

Erosion destroys the earth by wind and water.  what is the quickest way that destruction could happen to the Earth?

a. volcano

b. earthquake

c. landslide

d. flood

b. earthquake
700
x5

You moved a goldfish bowl , a book and a flower vase from the floor to the 3rd shelf.  What type of potential energy does each object have?

a. elastic potential

b. gravitational potential

c. chemical potential

d) kinetic potential

b. gravitational potential
700

grass......? .......fox

x6


What is missing?

a. snake

b. mouse

c. hawk

d. flower


b. mouse

800

x6

Which of the following planets are located before and after Earth?

a. Mercury and Mars

b. Venus and Saturn

c. Venus and Mars

d. Mercury and Neptune

c. Venus and Mars


800

x 6

Which of the following are gases?

a) copper, oxygen, nitrogen

b. ice, hydrogen, carbon

c. water vapor, aluminum, carbon dioxide

d. water vapor, carbon dioxide, oxygen

d. water vapor, carbon dioxide, and oxygen

800

A jelly fish is known to clone itself.  It does this by growing buds on its tentacles.  What type of reproduction is this (x7)

a. asexual

b. sexual

c.  seed

d. fish

a. asexual

800
x 6

grass.....bird.....snake.....hawk

Which is the secondary consumer

snake
800
x 6

Tom tosses a spring in the air.  What type of energy does the spring have?  

a. elastic and chemical

b. chemical and gravitational

c. gravitational and elastic

d. gravitational and physical

c elastic and gravitational
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