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100
What are the three types of soil?
What are loam, sand, and clay?
100
What occurs when clouds become heavy?
What is precipitation?
100
Who is credited with the invention of the lightbulb?
Who is Thomas Edison?
100
How do we measure heat?
What is with a thermometer?
100
What is an animal who only eats meat called?
What is a carnivore?
200
What is the push of a magnet called?
What is repel?
200
What are plants that make their own food called?
What are producers?
200
What are materials that let some light pass through them called?
What is translucent?
200
What do planets do around the sun?
What is revolve?
200
What is matter?
What is the amount of space an object takes up?
300
How can you measure the hardness of a rock?
What is the scratch test?
300
The Earth's tilt of 23.5 degrees causes what to occur?
What are the seasons?
300
What is all sound made up of?
What are vibrations?
300
What soil holds very little water for plants?
What is sand?
300
What is the process of plants making their own food?
What is photosynthesis?
400
What is the texture of clay soil?
What is smooth and sticky?
400
What is water that flows on the ground called?
What is runoff?
400
What is an educated guess in science called?
What is a hypothesis?
400
What part of the food chain do mushrooms and bacteria make up?
What are decomposers?
400
What is the bending of light called?
What is refraction?
500
In what habitat would you most likely find a whale?
What is the Ocean?
500
What force causes all objects to be pulled to the center of the Earth?
What is gravity?
500
What is it called when plants and animals adjust to changes in their environment?
What is adaptation?
500
What is the number of vibrations per second called?
What is frequency?
500
What device measures wind speed?
What is an anemometer?
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