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A resource that can be reproduced over and over by short cycles or systems
What is a Renewable Resource?
These include fossil fuels, rocks and metals.
What are Non- Renewable Resources?
Oil, natural gas and coal.
What are the fossil fuels?
The type of cycle which makes most foods a renewable resource.
What are lifecycles?
Oxygen is made available because of this plant process.
What is photosynthesis?
The bouncing back of light from a surface.
What is reflection?
The bending of light.
What is refraction?
Matter that lets heat pass through.
What is a conductor?
Heat changing a solid into a liquid.
What is melting?
Evaporated water becoming a liquid as it cools?
What is condensation?
What we sense when vibrations in the air enter our ears.
What is sound?
The reason an electric fan might stop working when there is still a power source.
What is a gap between the conductors? or What is an open circuit?
All metals, water and flesh have this property in common.
What are electric conductors?
This is how a musical instrument makes its sound.
What is vibration?
Insulators do this.
What is stop electricity or heat from passing?
A resource such as most alternative energy sources which never runs out.
What is a renewable resource?
Our homes can be heated by this resource that comes from out of this world.
What is solar energy?
We use alternative energy so we can use less of these.
What are fossil fuels?
This stuff makes our atmosphere dirty and is one of the reasons we don’t want to burn fossil fuels.
What is pollution? or What is smoke?
This energy source is renewed through the water cycle.
What is hydroelectric power?
We can know the purpose of an experiment by identifying these two variables.
What is the independent and dependent variables? or What is the change and observed effect?
This is how we improve an experiment to make it fair.
What is controlling all the variables? or What is keeping everything the same?
We make sure our test results are reliable by doing this.
What is repeat the experiment or increase the number of samples?
Fossils are found in layers of this type of rock.
What is sedimentary?
This is a measure of how tightly matter is pressed together.
What is density?
Science The study of the natural world and its processes.
Category Points 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Electric Energy Light.
Energy Notes. What is the ability to cause a change in matter? energy energy.
Fossil Fuels. Anywhere on Earth… You may observe minerals, the building blocks of rocks. You may observe that minerals are made of one or more metallic.
Power Plants Generating Electricity. The Non Renewable Fuel Sources Fossil Fuels – Coal – Petroleum (Oil) – Natural Gas Uranium (Nuclear Power)
Energy Processes That Change The Earth Resource Source.
ENERGY UNIT 4. Light energy : mostly comes from the sun. We can use torches and candles. Thermal energy: provides from the sun and fossil fuels (coal,
Diagram 1. a plan, sketch, drawing, or outline made to show how something works or to show the way parts are put together 2.
Review Fossil Fuel is a non renewable energy resource that is formed from the remains of plants and animals that lived long ago. Example of fossil fuels.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Heat LightSoundEnergy MixMatter Mix.
Scientific Method The scientific method is the process that scientists follow when doing experiments.
Energy Sources. Fossil Fuels Coal, Oil and Gas are called "fossil fuels" because they are the fossilized remains of prehistoric plants and animals. Coal,
Natural Resources. Natural Resource Materials that are found in our environment that help humans are called Natural Resources.
7 important facts. Q: What are fossil fuels? A: Fossil fuels are sources of energy formed from the remains of once-living organisms (fossils).
Angela wanted to see how far her toy car could travel when rolled down different ramps. She created 4 different sized ramps and rolled the same car down.
The Physical Science Game Show List 1List 2List 3List.
Super Science Bowl The theory of ______ ________ states that the earth’s surface is composed of slow moving plates that move due to forces deep within.
What is Hydroelectricity Hydroelectricity is electrical power from water. Hydroelectricity is a renewable and a high power resource. It is renewable because.
KS3 Energy. The ULTIMATE energy source The sun is the ultimate source of all our energy. For example, we often get energy from beef: BEEF comes from COWS,
Chapter 5 Earth Science Earth’s Energy and Mineral Resources.
Physical Properties Does it Matter?. Magnetism Matter that contains iron or nickel will be attracted to a magnet. Not all metals are attracted to a magnet.
Safety and Equipment Scientific Method Use of one variable Construct graphs, tables, charts Models Nutritional Labels.
Adaptation To change to your environment: to develop physical and behavior characteristics that allow organisms to survive and have offspring.
What is renewable energy Renewable energy sources are things like: solar energy,wind,energy and geothermal, which can be used over and over again. Fore.
What are 2 types of energy resources? Renewable Non-Renewable.
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Jeopardy Resources Science Review Fossil Fuels Alternative Energy Resources Non- renewable Energy Resources Renewable Energy Resources Potpourri Weathering.
Chapter 6 Resources and Our Environment BFRB Pages
Science Vocabulary 5 th Grade. force strength push.
Energy By the one who knows Work Energy is the ability to do work.
200 In this continuous cycle, the actions of evaporation, condensation and precipitation happen.
Forms of Energy. Energy What is needed to do or cause change.
Energy Without energy nothing happens.. Energy does work! Work is done when objects are moved or heated. Energy is never used up it is simply converted.
Vocabulary. The stuff that everything is made of.
Alternative Energy Resources. Energy from fossil fuels add to air pollution and increases our carbon footprint. Instead of using fossil fuels people can.
Are you ready for some competition? Copy the presentation to your hard drive. You may want to replace the graphic on the 1 st slide. You will need all.
Science STAAR Review Matter Types of Energy Science Tools.
Physics TAKS Review. Let’s get started with… Differences between convection, conduction, and radiation.
Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space..
UNIT 8 Vocabulary –Renewable vs non-renewable –Alternative energy sources Grammar and functions –Conditional clauses –Grammar through translation –Oral.
Renewable Forms of Energy (Also called Alternative Energy or Sustainable Energy)
Natural Resources of Our World. Natural resource- any material in nature that people use and value. Some examples of natural resources would be air, water,
What are natural resources? Natural resources are items we take from the Earth to use for living. Who makes natural resources? Can you name some natural.
Renewable, flow, and non- renewable. A renewable resource is a resource that can regrow or reproduce as long as it is not overused We use renewable.
What is fuel? A fuel is a substance that provides a form of energy Energy can be in the form of heat, light, electricity, or motion. When fuel is burned.
Physical State Matter can exist in three forms, or physical states: liquid, solid, or gas. Matter can change from one physical state to another.
NON-RENEWABLE FACT FILERENEWABLE FACT FILE Coal, oil and gas are all fossil fuels. They are non-renewable energy sources. This means one day they will.
Forms of Energy. What forms of energy can you identify in this picture? How is energy being used?
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