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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?
1,000,000 5th Grade Classifications 4th Grade Blocks 4th Grade Separation 3rd Grade Density 3rd Grade Huh? 2nd Grade Water 2nd Grade Molecules 1st Grade It Floats 1st Grade Matter 500, , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000
5th Grade Topic 1 Question / What are the 3 ways to classify physical property?
5th Grade Topic 1 Answer / Texture / Color / Density / Size / Shape / Ability to Float / Texture / Color / Density / Size / Shape / Ability to Float Return
5th Grade Topic 2 Question / What are three ways to classify chemical properties?
5th Grade Topic 2 Answer / Burn / Rust / Explode / Tarnish / Cook / Burn / Rust / Explode / Tarnish / Cook Return
4th Grade Topic 3 Question / If two blocks are different sizes but weight the same what can you infer? A B
4th Grade Topic 3 Answer / They both have the same mass. Block A has a greater density. Return
4th Grade Topic 4 Question / What can you tell me about this picture.
4th Grade Topic 4 Answer / Water has a greater density than oil. Return
3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / What two things do you need to know in order to find out an objects Density?
3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer / Mass and Volume Return
3rd Grade Topic 6 Question / Water vapor is an example of ________
3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer / a gas. Return
2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / True or False, Water is made up of 3 molecules.
2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer / False, Water is made up of three atoms Return
2nd Grade Topic 8 Question / True or False, Atoms are made up of two or more molecules.
2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer / False, Molecules are made up of two or more atoms. Return
1st Grade Topic 9 Question / Water floats on top of corn syrup because the corn syrup has a greater _________ than water.
1st Grade Topic 9 Answer / Density Return
1st Grade Topic 10 Question / What are the 3 states of matter?
1st Grade Topic 10 Answer / Solid / Liquid / Gas / Solid / Liquid / Gas Return
Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11 Physical and Chemical Properties
1,000,000 Question What are some physical properties that you can observe about a wooden log? What might be some chemical properties you could observe?
1,000,000 Answer / Physical properties include color, texture and shape. The log may float in water. A chemical property of the log is the ability to burn. Return
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