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J E OPA R D Y TAKS Objective #4: Earth Science Earth Resources & Materials Science HODGE PODGE 300 500 400 100 300 100 200 100 300 200 300 400 500 400.

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2 J E OPA R D Y TAKS Objective #4: Earth Science

3 Earth Resources & Materials Science HODGE PODGE Landforms Objects in the Sky Weather Patterns & Cycles

4 Each of these is a form of precipitation except ? A) Rain B) Snow C) Hail D) Wind

5 Wind Wind is not precipitation; snow, rain, and hail are all forms of precipitation in different states of mater 100

6 A ________ is formed when two air masses of different temperatures meet; weather changes occur. A) front B) cloud C) barometer D) climate

7 Front 200

8 Which tool would be used to measure wind speed? A)B) C)D)

9 An anemometer 300

10 What is the atmosphere made of and name the layers in order (from the ground up)?

11 400 The atmosphere is the air that surrounds the earth Thermosphere Stratosphere Mesosphere Troposphere BONUS: In what layer does weather happen?

12 Identify this tool and its parts? A B C Snow Rain Hail D

13 500 The tool is a weather map A: Cold Front B: high pressure C: low pressure Snow Rain Hail D: Key

14 Identify these resources as renewable, non-renewable, or inexhaustible? 1) 3) 2) 4)

15 100 1) 3) 2) 4) Soil: Renewable Wind: Inexhaustible Water: Renewable (how?) Coal: Non-renewable

16 Cycles such as the ___(A)__, ___(B)___, and ___(C)___ help to renew the earth’s natural resources?

17 Nitrogen, Carbon, and Water Cycles Bonus: How do they do this? 200

18 Which type of earth material is most likely to hold the most water? AB CD

19 C Sand holds the most water because it absorbs it the most due to its tiny makeup 300

20 The Sun would be classified as what type of resource? A)Renewable B)Non-renewable C)Inexhaustible

21 400 C) Inexhaustible

22 Which of the following statements about the rock layers is true? A)The layer of shale is older than the layer of granite. B)The layer of granite was formed after the layer of sandstone. C)The layer of sandstone is the newest forming layer. D) Shale is the oldest layer. Sandstone Shale Conglomerate Granite

23 500 Sandstone Shale Conglomerate Granite C) The layer of granite was formed after the layer of sandstone.

24 Which of the following is the quickest change to land? A) C) B)D)

25 100 A) Earthquake

26 What is happening in this picture?

27 Deposition of Sediments 200

28 What slow change effect on the land is taking place:

29 Erosion (Beach erosion) The breaking down and carrying of rock. 300

30 What is happening in this picture? What are some things that could be done to prevent it?

31 400 Soil Erosion Planting plants; building hills to slow the process; build levels

32 Which experiment would best show how different methods of plowing fields on a hill affect erosion? A) C) B) D)

33 500 C) Because there needs to be two different plowing fields to do the experiment as variables

34 Which of these would best model how the sun's energy warms the Earth? A) A pot of water boiling B) A heat lamp keeping food hot C) An oven baking bread D) A spoon getting hot when stirring soup

35 B) A heat lamp keeping food hot The sun radiates its rays in an open solar system from a distance 100

36 Which letter does Mercury, Venus, and Mars represent?

37 200 Q: Mercury R: Venus S: Mars

38 Fill in the missing blanks of the lunar cycle.

39 300 Full Moon Third Quarter First Quarter New Moon

40 About how long does it take Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis? A) One day B) One week C) One month D) One year

41 B)One Day Rotation: How the Earth completes a full 360; how it completely turns Revolution: How it completely goes around the sun 400

42 Why are we able to see the moon at night?

43 The reflection from the sun make the moon shine. 500

44 Which is the correct order to show how energy flows through this community? C) B) A)

45 100 C) The primary source of energy is the sun. The sun gives energy to the plants to make photosynthesis and herbivores eat the plants while carnivores eat the herbivores.

46 A beaker would most likely be used to find the __________ of a liquid. Hint: What measurement of matter?

47 Volume Fact: Volume determines the amount of space an object takes up. We could measure how much space the liquid takes up in milliliters. 200

48 Which liquid has a greater density? Liquid A Liquid B Liquid C

49 300 Liquid C Why? Because the matter is packed tighter together in Liquid C causing it to settle at the bottom

50 A B Which plant would most likely live in a cool, dry climate? Why?

51 A Because the thin dry leaves (needles) can survive the cold Bonus: What type of tree is this called? (300 points) 400

52 Which of the following is an example of a chemical change? AB CD Salt Sugar

53 500 A The fire is a chemical change because it produces something new – a gas

54 Credits Science Questions and Categories made by Reid Whitaker, copyright, 2003 Slide show created by Marie Sontag, copyright, This presentation may be copied and altered for classroom use only. All other uses must seek permission from the above address. Music courtesy of


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