Physical Science
Life Science
Earth Science
3rd Grade Review
4th grade Review
100

What are the three states of Matter?

What is Solid, Liquid, Gas? 
100

Plants get the materials they need for growth chiefly from these two things.

What is air and water?

100

Your shadow is the shortest/smallest during this time of day.

What is noon?

100

What are the three types of rocks called?

Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic

100

What do you call energy from the sun?

What is Solar Energy


200

 A _______________ is any trait of a substance, such as its solidness, its color, how it feels, and so on.  

What is property?

200

This scientific process is how plants take matter that is not food (light, air, water, and soil) and turn it in to matter that is food.

What is photosynthesis?

200

Lakes, rivers, glaciers, ground water, and polar ice caps are all examples of this.

What is  fresh water around the world. 

200

Describe a sedimentary rock.

Sedimentary rocks have different layers.

200

What is the breaking down of rocks?

What is Weathering?

300

Adding air to expand a basketball and dissolving sugar in water are both examples that prove matter is made of particles that are too ______ to be seen

What is small? 

300

If you go far enough down the food chain, food of almost any kind of animal can be traced back to _____.

What is (Producers) plants?

300

Most of the Earth's water is found here.

What is the oceans?

300

There are three parts of soil. Sand, clay, and gravel. Which type of soil would absorb the most water after a thunderstorm?

What is Clay? 

300

The dropping off of weathered rock at the end of erosion.

What is deposition?

400

Energy in animals' food that is used for body repair, growth, motion, and to maintain body warmth was once energy from this.

What is the Sun?

400

This process eventually restores (recycles) some materials back to the soil after a plant or animal's death.

What is decomposition?

400

What do the Orbit of Earth around the Sun.

The moon's orbit around Earth

The rotation of Earth about an axis all have in common? 

What are observable patterns? (day and night; daily changes in the length and direction of shadows; different positions of the sun, moon, and stars at different times of the day, month, and year)

400

What is a nonrenewable resource? Give two examples.

A nonrenewable resource is a resource that cannot be replaced in our lifetime. Examples: (Fossil Fuels) Natural Gas, Coal, Oil.

400

Something that slows or stops the flow of energy, such as heat, electricity, or sound

What is an insulator? 

500

Regardless of the type of change that occurs when heating, cooling, or mixing substances, the total weight of matter is _______.

What is conserved? (stays the same)

500

Newly introduced species can do this to the balance of an ecosystem.

What is damage it or throw it off?

500

The sun is a star that appears larger and brighter than other stars because it is _____.

What is closer to Earth than other stars?

500

What kind of rock comes from a volcano?

What is Igneous?

500

A property of matter that tells whether an object has a positive or negative charge.

What is an electrical charge?

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