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2 Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?

3 1,000,000 Question 9 Question 10 Question 7 Question 8 Question 5 Question 6 Question 3 Question 4 Question 1 Question 2 500, , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 1,000, , , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 Question11 Question 12 Question 13 Question 14 Question 15 Question 16 Question 17 Question 18

4 5th Grade Question 1 Which of the following can be used as an alternative energy source? / A.Natural Gas / B.Geothermal heat / C.Coal / D.Oil Which of the following can be used as an alternative energy source? / A.Natural Gas / B.Geothermal heat / C.Coal / D.Oil

5 5th Grade Question 1 Answer / Geothermal heat Return

6 5th Grade Question 2 Why are fossil fuels nonrenewable?

7 5th Grade Question 2 Answer / Because it takes millions of years of years for them to form, we cannot make them in our lifetime. Return

8 5th Grade Question 3 Name three fossil fuels; where would you find them on earth?

9 5th Grade Question 3 Answer / Coal, Oil and Natural Gas / You would find them deep under the Earth’s surface. / Coal, Oil and Natural Gas / You would find them deep under the Earth’s surface. Return

10 5th Grade Question 4 What are the Earth’s natural resources?

11 5th Grade Question 4 Answer / Sun, moving water, wind, heat from the Earth, and fossil fuels Return

12 5th Grade Question 5 / True or False? Trees and animals are renewable resources because they can be made over and over again in a short time period. / True or False? Trees and animals are renewable resources because they can be made over and over again in a short time period.

13 5th Grade Question 5 Answer / True Return

14 5 th Grade Question 6 The Davis Mountains in West Texas used to be taller than they are now. Which of the following conditions most likely caused the mountains to become shorter over time? / A Heat and pressure / B Soil deposition / C Rain and wind / D River formation The Davis Mountains in West Texas used to be taller than they are now. Which of the following conditions most likely caused the mountains to become shorter over time? / A Heat and pressure / B Soil deposition / C Rain and wind / D River formation

15 5th Grade Question 6 Answer / C Rain and wind

16 5 th Grade Question 7 The continuous weathering and breaking down of rocks would lead to the formation of what natural resource? / A. oil / B. soil / C. coal The continuous weathering and breaking down of rocks would lead to the formation of what natural resource? / A. oil / B. soil / C. coal

17 5th Grade Question 7 Answer / B. Soil Return

18 5 th Grade Question 8 How are fossil fuels made?

19 5th Grade Question 8 Answer / They are made by heat and pressure on top of dead plants and animals buried deep in the ground. Return

20 5th Grade Question 9 What type of sedimentary stone can you find fossils in?

21 5th Grade Question 9 Answer / Limestone Return

22 5th Grade Question 10 What deduction can we make about the past if a fossil of a cactus is discovered in a tropical rain forest? / A. The climate has changed from hot and dry to warm and wet. / B. Wind blew cactus seeds into the rain forest. / C. The cactus once thrived in wet environments. / D. The cactus was probably carried to the tropical rain forest. What deduction can we make about the past if a fossil of a cactus is discovered in a tropical rain forest? / A. The climate has changed from hot and dry to warm and wet. / B. Wind blew cactus seeds into the rain forest. / C. The cactus once thrived in wet environments. / D. The cactus was probably carried to the tropical rain forest.

23 5 th Grade Question 10 Answer / A. The climate has changed from hot and dry to warm and wet. Return

24 5th Grade Question 11 Which of the following conclusions can you draw from the rock layers? A. Rock layer B is the youngest layer B. Rock layer C was formed after layer D C. Rock layer A is the oldest layer D. The youngest layer is D

25 5 th Grade Question 11 Answer / B. Rock layer C was formed after layer D Return

26 5th Grade Question 12 How are sedimentary rocks formed?

27 5 th Grade Question 12 Answer / Sediments are deposited from wind and erosion, they build up and are pressed down by other rocks, they heat up to form a layer of sedimentary rock. Return

28 5th Grade Question 13 Name three inexhaustible resources.

29 5 th Grade Question 13 Answer / Water, Sun and Wind Return

30 5th Grade Question 14 Name five alternative resources for energy.

31 5 th Grade Question 14 Answer / Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Hydroelectric, Biofuels Return

32 5th Grade Question 15 True or False: An inexhaustible resource can be used up. True or False: An inexhaustible resource can be used up.

33 5 th Grade Question 15 Answer / FALSE Return

34 5th Grade Question 16 Give three reasons why using alternative energy resources is beneficial.

35 5 th Grade Question 16 Answer / They are created from renewable and inexhaustible resources, they do not cause pollution, and they reduce our need for fossil fuels. Return

36 5th Grade Question 17 What does it mean if you find a fossil on top of a mountain?

37 5 th Grade Question 17 Answer The mountain formed in an area that was once covered by the ocean. Return

38 5th Grade Question 18 Which of these is an example of erosion? A. Light shining into a mountain B. Wind blowing away sediment C. Rain breaking down rock D. All of the above Which of these is an example of erosion? A. Light shining into a mountain B. Wind blowing away sediment C. Rain breaking down rock D. All of the above

39 5 th Grade Question 18 Answer B. Wind blowing away sediment Return

40 Million Dollar Question 5 th Grade Science Changes to the Land

41 $1,000,000 Question Name 3 different ways that the Earth’s surface can be changed and what each means!

42 1,000,000 Answer / Weathering – breaking down and wearing away of rock / Erosion – carrying away sediments by wind, water and/or ice / Deposition – sediment is dropped in a new place / Weathering – breaking down and wearing away of rock / Erosion – carrying away sediments by wind, water and/or ice / Deposition – sediment is dropped in a new place Return

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