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A. precipitation followed by evaporation B. deposition followed by evaporation C. precipitation followed by runoff D. deposition followed by runoff
Which force causes rocks to roll downhill? A. gravity B. friction C. erosion D. magnetism
The sense of taste is used to determine an object’s texture.
A. chemical B. electrical C. sound D. mechanical A. chemical B. electrical C. sound D. mechanical
A student crumples up a sheet of paper. Which property of the paper has changed? A. color B. mass C. state D. shape
A student riding a bicycle observes that it moves faster on a smooth road than on a rough road. This happens because the smooth road has less friction.
A. sound B. mechanical C. light D. heat
A. bear B. bicycle C. bird D. butterfly
The baby elephant’s trunk is an example of A. a response to the environment B. an inherited trait C. coloration to attract mates D. a seasonal adaptation
The diagram below shows a balance. How much greater is the mass of the blocks on Side A than the mass of side B? A)50 g B)100 g C)150 g D)200 g
Which property of the piece of chocolate is the same in the two diagrams? A)mass B)shape C)temperature D)texture
A)magnetic B)electrical C)sound D)light
Which new structure first appears in stage D? A)seed B)leaf C)root D)stem
Which stage in the life cycle of a butterfly is shown at X? A)larva B)egg C)adult D)pupa
The sequence shown in this diagram represents a A)life span B)food chain C)water cycle D)seed germinating
Which process changed the shape of the rock layers over time? A) condensation B) evaporation C) erosion D) magnetism
The pulley is an example of a A)Circuit B)Magnet C)Measurement tool D)Simple machine
Nature Cycles Measure- ment Weather Energy.
Elementary Science - 4th Grade
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4 th Grade Test Review By Danielle Black. Team 1 A student planted two bean seeds in two identical pots containing the same type of soil. He placed one.
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Reproduce & Mate To create offspring (babies) and begin a new generation Mate = a pair of animals that breed together to create offspring.
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Elementary Science - Kindergarten
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Science: Year 1 Overview Key Features YEAR 1 PLANTS ANIMALS (including Humans) EVERYDAY MATERIALS SEASONAL CHANGES Identification and labelling, including.
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Science Item Sampler. Which part of a plant cell is not found in an animal cell? A cell membrane B chloroplast C nucleus D vacuole Which tool best helps.
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A) June B) March C) December D) September
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