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1 Review of 2.7A-Rocks 2.7B- Water, 2.7C – Resources, 2.8AB Weather and 2.8C – Water Cycle By Mrs. Thomas

2 Students collected a group of rocks. All of the rocks the students collected – A.have very sharp edges B. are the same color C. are different sizes D. have the same texture

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4 Students group rocks into three groups; large, medium, and small. The students are sorting by which of the following characteristics? A. Texture B. Color C. Hardness D. Size

5 Students group rocks into three groups; large medium and small. The students are sorting by which of the following characteristics? A. Texture B. Color C. Hardness D. Size

6 A resource is a material people use. Some resources are manmade, while others are natural. Manmade resources are special because these resources are — A. difficult to find B. grown on farms C. created by humans D. formed underground

7 A resource is a material people use. Some resources are manmade, while others are natural. Manmade resources are special because these resources are ________________________ A. difficult to find B. grown on farms C. created by humans D. formed underground

8 Lumber is the name for wood that humans get from trees. Why is lumber classified as a manmade resource? A. It is often used to build things. B. It must be cut and shaped. C. It will usually float on water. D. It is made from trees that grow.

9 Lumber is the name for wood that humans get from trees. Why is lumber classified as a manmade resource? A. It is often used to build things. B. It must be cut and shaped. C. It will usually float on water. D. It is made from trees that grow.

10 Fresh water flows from the tops of mountains and hills downward in moving bodies of water known as - A. ponds B. oceans C. rivers D. lakes

11 Fresh water flows from the tops of mountains and hills downward in moving bodies of water known as - A. ponds B. oceans C. rivers D. lakes

12 A. August B. June C. August D. October Students measured and recorded the total rainfall during each month of the year. During which month did it rain more than 32 inches, but less than 38 inches?

13 A. August B. June C. August D. October Students measured and recorded the total rainfall during each month of the year. During which month did it rain more than 32 cm, but less than 38 cm?

14 The diagram of the water cycle is missing a part. Which picture shows how water in the air returns to the land? A A B B C C D D

15 A A B B C C D D

16 Which of the following best describes precipitation? Precipitation is water A. freezing in cold weather B. flowing in a river C. falling from clouds D. turning to steam

17 Which of the following best describes precipitation? Precipitation is water A. freezing in cold weather B. flowing in a river C. falling from clouds D. turning to steam

18 The Sun heats water and the water turns into a gas. This process is called – A evaporation B condensation C melting D raining

19 The Sun heats water and the water turns into a gas. This process is called – A evaporation B condensation C melting D raining

20 Why is a rocking chair classified as manmade? A. It is made from rocks. B. It must be cut and shaped from trees by humans. C. It can be observed by humans to float on water. D. It needs water and nutrients like humans.

21 Why is a rocking chair classified as manmade? A. It is made from rocks. B. It must be cut and shaped from trees by humans. C. It can be observed by humans to float on water. D. It needs water and nutrients like humans.

22 What part is missing from the Water Cycle? Evaporation Condensation Precipitation Source of water ________________?????

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