Grade 2 Science
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100

You change an orange by peeling it. Is this a change you can undo?

No. You cannot change it back. 

100

This energy from the sun is very bright and travels in all directions away from its source. 

Light energy
100

The last holiday's of the year.

Christmas

100

How many legs does an octopus have?

8

100

What help make your skin soft?

oil

200

True or false: When I cut paper, it is no longer solid. 

False

200

Which objects absorbs more light, a piece of black construction paper, or a piece of light blue construction paper? 

Black construction paper

200

This day's is celebrated of a "New" beginning.

Birthday

200

A joey is what kind of animal baby?

Kangaroo

200

Sweat evaporates on the skin and helps cool the body.

(T or F)

True

300

What is a change I can make to Play-Doh that can be changed back?

Possible answers: squish, cut, roll, etc. 

300

Name one of the two types of energy that the sun, a campfire, and a streetlamp all radiate. 

Light energy or heat energy
300

This day celebrates the beginning of a new year. 

New Year's Eve (or New Year's Day) 
300

What bird has the largest egg?

Ostrich

300

The dermis is thinner than the epidermis.

(T or F)

False

400

A cup of water has these two states of matter. 

Liquid (water) and Solid (cup) 
400

Does a straw in a glass of water reflect, refract, or absorb light? 

Refract

400

This day is meant to celebrate the United States becoming a country. 

Independence Day (or 4th of July) 

400

What is a baby fox called?

Kit

400

Two jobs for the blood vessels.

Carry oxygen and nutrients.

Keep your body at a constant temperature.

500

When water boils and evaporates, it starts in what state of matter, and changes into what other state of matter? 

Liquid and gas
500

Does a mirror reflect, refract, or absorb light? 

Reflect

500

Thanksgiving always happens on this day of the week. 

Thursday 

500

How many bones do sharks have?

0

500

This appear on your skin when you get cold.

Goose bumps

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