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Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change Grade 3 SOL-3.8 Created by; Kim Smith
What is a CYCLE? A.A scattered pattern B.A repeated pattern C.A loose pattern
What is a SEQUENCE? A.A series of events that occur out of order. B.A series of events that occur once a week. C.A series of events that occur in a natural order.
Day and night are caused by the ____ of the Earth. A.Pattern B.Rotation C.Spin
How long does it take the Earth to complete one rotation ? A.12 hours B.20 hours C.24 hours
The part of the Earth facing the sun has_____. A.Night B.Winter C.Daylight
The part of the Earth facing AWAY from the sun has___. A.Daylight B.Winter C.Night
How long does it take Earth to REVOLVE around the sun ? A.12 days B.Three months C.365 days
What happened as the Earth is revolving ? A.The trees spin B.The seasons change C.The Earth gets hot
The Earth is TILTED on it’s ____. A.Equator B.Imaginary line C.Axis
The seasonal changes take place because the Earth is either _____ toward the sun or away from the sun. A.Rotated B.Tilted C.Spun
If the Earth is tilted toward the sun what type of seasons do we have? A.Winter, fall B.Summer, spring
The CYCLE of PHASES of the moon occurs as the moon makes one revolution around the ______. A.Sun B.Moon C.Earth
The shapes of the _____ follow a pattern. A.Sun B.Earth C.Moon
The tides follow PATTERNS too. A.True B.False
How many high tides do we have in 24 hours ? A.4 B.2 C.3
How many low tides do we have in 24 hours ? A.2 B.4 C.6
What causes the tides ? A.The gravitational attraction between the Earth and the Moon. B.The magnetic pull of the Moon on the water.
Plants and Animals have life ____. A.Circles B.Cycles C.Times
Frogs begin as ____. A.Tadpoles B.Pupas C.Eggs
____ come after the egg in the frog life cycle. A.Tadpoles B.Butterflies C.Blossoms
In a plant life cycle what grows first? A.Seedling B.Fruit C.Seed
What does a new plant form that continues the plant cycle ? A.Roots B.Stem C.Seeds
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