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SOL 3.11 Hosted by Mrs. Grant
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Row 1, Col 1 __________ is the ability to do work. What is energy?
1,2 Which of the following are renewable resources? A. oil, wood B. sun, wind, water C. wood, coal, oil D. fossil fuels What is (B.) sun, wind, water?
1,3 The following energy sources do not produce pollution: A. sunlight, wind, coal B. oil, water, coal C. sunlight, wind, water D. fossil fuels, sunlight, water What are (C.) sunlight, wind, water?
1,4 A synonym for conserve is A. buy B. burn C. trade D. save What is (D.)save?
2,1 Burning fossil fuel or using energy from wind, moving water, or sunlight produces this. What is electricity?
2,2 Once these energy resources are used up, they are gone and can’t be replaced. What are non-renewable energy resources?
2,3 An advantage of using wind, moving water, and sunlight is A. there is plenty of it! B. it is expensive. C. it is hard to find. D.it gives off pollution. What is (A.) plenty of it?
2,4 One way to conserve energy is A. Turn on all of the lights. B. Open the doors when the heat is on at home. C. Turn the lights off when you leave a room. What is (C.) Turn lights off?
3,1 The main source of Earth’s energy is the __________. What is the sun?
3,2 The sun’s energy can be changed into electrical energy called ______________. What is electricity?
3,3 True or false: Water dams and solar power plants don’t cost very much to build. What is false? So, it is a disadvantage!
3,4 On a warm, sunny day, you can save electricity by A. turning off the lights. B. turning off the T.V. and playing outside. C. both a. and b. What is (C.) both a. and b.?
4,1 These structures produce electricity from _________ energy. What is wind energy?
4,2 Sunlight Wind Moving water Wood These are examples of ______ energy resources. What are renewable energy resources?
4,3 __________ energy can light and heat our homes and power cars. What is solar energy?
4,4 One way to conserve fossil fuel is A. burn natural gas for fun. B. use coal to fuel your furnace. C. ride your bike to the store. What is (C.) ride your bike instead of burning gas in your car?
5,1 Three major sources of energy: A. sunlight, wind, water B. electricity, pollution, wind C. money, sunlight, oil D. wood, coal, natural gas What is (A.) sunlight, wind, water?
5,2 True or false: Wood is a renewable energy resource. What is true?
5,3 When fossil fuels burn, they produce smoke and other dangerous gases. These gases cause ______________. What is air pollution?
5,4 How can you prevent pollution? A. Reduce B. Reuse C. Recycle D. All of the above What is (D.) all of the above?
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