# ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM WINTER/ SPRING 2009 Grade 4 Science Review.

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ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM WINTER/ SPRING 2009 Grade 4 Science Review

Directions: You must choose the best answer for each question. Some are multiple choice while others are fill in the blanks. Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Are you ready? FIRST CATEGORY: Electricity and Magnetism Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. If you had two magnets lined up like the ones below, they would a. attract b. split c. melt d. repel Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. If you had two magnets lined up like the ones below, they would d. repel b. split c. melt a. attract Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. Which items would be attracted to the magnet below? Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide What substance do the paperclip and weight contain that make them attract to magnets? What substance do the paperclip and weight contain that make them attract to magnets? ______________. IRON

Category: Electricity and Magnetism Look at the box to the left and predict whether the bulb will or will not light. Look at the box to the left and predict whether the bulb will or will not light. ______________. It will NOT light Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism Name the type of circuit in the diagram to the left. ______________. INCOMPLETECIRCUIT Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism Predict whether the bulb to the left will light or not. ______________. It WILL light Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism The circuit to the left is called a ______________ circuit. CLOSED/COMPLETE Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism Although one bulb is broken in the circuit, the other bulb still lights. This is an example of a ______________ circuit. PARALLEL Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. Which items below act as conductors of electricity? Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide COPPER WOODSALT WATER GLASS

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. Which items below act as insulators of electricity? Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide PLASTIC TOY RUBBER TIRE IRONGLASS

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. Which is a RENEWABLE way to generate electricity? a. Hydroelectricity (water powered turbines for generators) b. Solar Panels c. Windmill Turbines d. All of the above Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism 1. Electrical energy can be transformed into: b. heat, light, sound and/or motion energy a. water, gasoline and hydrogen c. glass, steel, gold and silver d. liquids, solids and gasses Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Electricity and Magnetism If we hook up a battery to a magnet, we have just created a more powerful magnet called a/an: c. electromagnet a. electro-circuit b. super magnet d. static magnet Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Want to review more? SECOND CATEGORY: Water Cycle and Landforms Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms If you add heat to liquid water, it will start to: a. evaporate b. condense c. melt a. freeze Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms Look at the box to the left with the question marks. Once water vapor rises in the atmosphere and cools, it turns to liquid. This process is called process is called _______________. CONDENSATON Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide ??????????

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms The low, V- shaped areas between mountains are called ________. VALLEYS Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms Look at the box to the left with the question marks. Once liquid water is heated, it turns into vapor and rises. This process is called _______________. EVAPORATION Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide ??????????

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms The landform at the left with steep sides and a flat top is called a ________. PLATEAU Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms Look at the box to the left with the question marks. Liquid or solid water gets too heavy to remain in the atmosphere and falls to the surface of the earth. This process is called ________________. PRECIPITATION Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide ??????????

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms Look at the diagram to the left. What is causing the MOST erosion on the mountain? ______________. A GLACIER Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide ??????????

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms 1. Weathering is: a. the breaking up of rocks into smaller bits of rock, sand and sediment due to freezing, plant roots, chemical changes and gravity. b. the movement of small bits of rock by forces such as water, wind, gravity and tides. c. when precipitation falls from the sky d. when storms form due to warm and cold air colliding Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms When a river carries and deposits sediment at its mouth, it forms a: a. delta b. dune c. dell d. dip Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms 1. Erosion is: d. the movement of rock, sand and sediment by forces such as water, wind, gravity and tides. b. when water freezes and breaks up bits of rock c. the attraction force between magnets a. the breaking up of rocks into smaller bits of rock, sand and sediment Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms 1. If you take away heat from water vapor, it will cool and form into liquid. This process is called: b. condensation c. melting d. collection a. evaporation Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms Look at the picture to the left. What force is causing the MOST erosion? ____________. SEA WAVES Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide ??????????

Category: Water Cycle and Landforms The landform at the left with steep sides and a peak is called a ________. MOUNTAIN Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Almost done! THIRD CATEGORY: Living Organisims and Their Environment Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment A dolphin’s blowhole makes it possible for it to breathe air at the surface of the water. This is an example of a/an: b. physical adaptation a. hibernation c. behavioral adaptation d. camouflage Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide

Polar bear cubs stay with their mother until they are around three years old. This is an example of: a. behavioral adaptation b. physical adaptation c. migration d. camouflage Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The toad in the picture has developed what kind of adaptation? d. physical adaptation b. behavioral adaptation c. mental adaptation a. chemical adaptation Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The leaf in the food chain to the right is an example of a/an: c. producer a. consumer b. prey d. predator Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

Which animal BEST fits in the middle of this food web? d. fox b. horse c. lion a. shark Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment ?

The worm in the food chain to the right is an example of a/an: b. primary consumer c. predator d. producer a. secondary consumer Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The animals to the right are examples of: d. carnivores b. vegetarians c. herbivores a. omnivores Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The food chain to the right is an example of a/an ______________ food chain. c. marine a. terrestrial b. wetland d. urban Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The animals to the right are examples of: c. omnivores a. herbivores b. carnivores d. reptiles Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The bird (not the owl) in the food chain to the right is an example of a/an: d. secondary consumer b. primary consumer c. producer a. tertiary consumer Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment

The animals to the right are examples of: c. herbivores a. omnivores b. carnivores d. predators Press SPACE to find out the correct answer. Press SPACE to move to the next slide Category: Living Organisms and Their Environment