Space
Seasons
Matter
Changes in Matter
Water
100
this is the name of the star that is closest to Earth
What is the Sun ?
100
the number of seasons we have in a year
What is four ?
100
the number of states of matter that there are
What is three ?
100
what kind of change does not make new matter
What is physical change ?
100
an ice cube is water in this state of matter
What is a solid ?
200
this is what we call the imaginary line around which Earth spins
What is the axis ?
200
the season we are currently in
What is spring ?
200
this state of matter keeps its shape
What is a solid ?
200
an example of this kind of change would be a cut-up banana
What is a physical change ?
200
what is the Science term for when water vapor turns back into a liquid
What is condensation ?
300
this forms when light hits an object and the object stops the light from going further
What is a shadow ?
300
in this season the number of hours of darkness would be greater than the number of hours of daylight
What is winter ?
300
the amount of space an object takes up
What is volume ?
300
a salad is this because you can tell the tomatoes from the lettuce and croutons
What is a mixture
300
this part of the water cycle can be rain or snow
What is precipitation ?
400
the amount of time it takes the Earth to make one revolution around the Sun
What is a year ?
400
this season where we live has lots of snow and cold
What is winter ?
400
the property of matter where an object will float in a gas or a liquid
What is buoyancy ?
400
a baked cake is an example of this kind of change
What is a chemical change ?
400
all snowflakes are this shape *hint = page 164
What is a hexagon ?
500
this is what the Moon revolves around
What is the Earth ?
500
when the Sun is higher in the sky there are ____ hours of daylight
What is more hours of daylight ?
500
the name of the tall tool found on page 292 of your Science book
What is a graduated cylinder ?
500
the answer to vocabulary question two on page 318
What is a solution ?
500
the answer to vocabulary number four on page 166
What is water vapor ?
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