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100

A caterpillar changes and grows into a what?

Butterfly

100

What is H2O also known as?

Water

100

 Earth is located in what galaxy?

The Milky Way

100

What planet is nicknamed the “Red Planet?”

Mars

100

What are the three states of matter?

Solid, liquid, and gas

200

What causes tides?

The moon

200

The ocean is made of what kind of water?

Saltwater

200

What phenomenon might be felt on the surface when two tectonic plates rub against each other?

Earthquake

200

Animals who eat only plantation are called what?

Herbivores

200

What force pulls objects toward Earth’s core and keeps humans from floating in the sky?

Gravity

300

The sun is a:

star

300

What is the largest animal on earth?

Blue Whale

300

Which planet is closest to the sun?

Mercury

300

How long does it take the moon to orbit Earth?

About 24 hours

300

Why do you see often see lightning before you hear the thunder?

Light travels faster than sound

400

Moving air is called:

Wind

400

These collect energy from the movement of air:

Windmills

400

What resource covers most of the Earth?

Water

400

A rainbow has 7 colors. How many of them are primary color?

(Red, Blue, Yellow)

400

When a living thing makes more of it’s own kind it’s called:

reproducing

500

Evaporation, Condensation, and Precipitation are part of what cycle?

The Rain Cycle

500

How many legs to arachnids have?

Eight

500

A landscape where the most prominent features are trees is called:

Forest

500

The poles of a magnet are called:

north/south

500

What do you call a scientist who studies rocks?

Geologist

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