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1 Prepared for the 3rd Grade Students at Bettie F. Williams Elementary School

2 1. Look at the pictures below. Which picture shows something that uses electricity? A. ThermometerB. Magnet C. ComputerD. Scissors

3 2. Lower than average rainfall can cause a drought, which causes people to conserve water. Which way can people conserve water? A. Take shorter showers BRepair a dripping faucet C. Turn off water while brushing teeth D. All of the above

4 3. Which is not a fossil fuel? A. Water B. Oil C. Coal DNatural gas

5 4. Which form of energy is used by a solar powered calculator? A. Fossil fuel energy B. Wind energy C. Light energy D. Nuclear energy

6 5. Look at the pictures below. Which picture shows something that uses electricity? A. Toaster B. Compass C. Toy Soldier D. Jacks and Ball

7 6. Look at the pictures below. Which picture shows something that uses electricity? A. BicycleB. Lock C. VacuumD. Wagon

8 7. How is coal useful to man? A. A source of food B. A source of energy C. A source of clothing D. A source of shelter

9 8. How is a river useful to man? A. Source of clothing B. Source of transportation C. Source of shelter D. Source of fuel

10 9. How are the trees in a forest useful to man? A. Source of transportation B. Source of clothing C. Source of precious stones D. Source of fuel

11 10. Which source of stored energy would be used in a flashlight? A. Batteries B. Coal C. Gasoline D. Water

12 11. Which of the following is a natural resource? A. Candy B. Fish C. Bread D. Pizza

13 12. How are oceans useful to man? A. A source of food B. A source of shelter C. A source of heat energy D. A source of clothing

14 13. How is the sun useful to man? A. A source of food B. A source of energy C. A source of clothing D. A source of shelter

15 14. Which of the following is a natural resource? A. Automobiles B. Trees C. Electricity D. Railroads

16 15. Which of the following is a natural resource? A. Freeway B. Schools C. The redwood tree D. Computers

17 16. A deer uses natural resources found in the forest for its survival. Which statement is FALSE? A. The deer uses trees for protection from hunters. B. The deer uses trees and brush as a shelter from the weather. C. The deer is conserving natural resources. D. The deer uses water, berries, and leaves for food.

18 17. Which unit of measurement should be used to measure the length of a goldfish? A. Milliliters B. Grams C. DegreesD. centimeters

19 18. Which unit of measurement should be used to measure the mass of a rock? A. CentimetersB. Milliliters C. DegreesD. Grams

20 19. You have been told by your teacher that you are going to choose a question that could be answered by doing an experiment. Which of these questions could you use to do an experiment? A. What does the moon feel like? B. Do plants need light to grow? C. Which is rougher, red or purple? D. How much food does a dinosaur eat?

21 20. A class is going to plant a garden. Some students are saying it is too cold for the seeds to sprout. Other students say that it is warm enough. The class has a thermometer to measure the temperature outside. Which of the following statements are true? A. The students need to find out at what temperature their seeds will sprout. B. They can read the seed package, do research, or experiment by trying to sprout seeds at different temperatures. C. All of the above D. None of the above

22 21. What animals listed on the table below has the greatest number of legs? Observations InsectsSpiders Crustaceans Number of legs Number of antennae Number of eyes Number of wings A. InsectsB. Spiders C. CrustaceansD. None

23 22. What animals listed on the table has the greatest number of eyes? Observations InsectsSpiders Crustaceans Number of legs Number of antennae Number of eyes Number of wings A. InsectsB. Spiders C. CrustaceansD. All of the above

24 23. Which type of animals have wings? Observations InsectsSpiders Crustaceans Number of legs Number of antennae Number of eyes Number of wings A. InsectsB. Spiders C. CrustaceansD. None

25 24. Which type of animals do NOT have antennae? Observations InsectsSpiders Crustaceans Number of legs Number of antennae Number of eyes Number of wings A.InsectsB. Spiders C. CrustaceansD. All of them

26 25. Martins pet turtle was in a race. His turtle began the race at 1:05. His turtle crossed the finish line at 1:12. How long did it take Martins turtle to run the race? A. 2 minutes B. 5 minutes C. 7 minutes D. 12 minutes

27 26. Which instrument or tool could you use to magnify crystals of salt? A. Microscope B. Magnifying lens C. All of the above D. None of the above

28 27. There are six kinds of simple machines. Which of these is a kind of simple machine? A. A bicycle B. A can opener C. A wagon D. A wedge

29 28. What changes when you take a piece of pie from a pan? A. The taste of the pie B. The color of the pie C. The smell of the pie D. The shape of the pie

30 29. When a sugar cube is broken into pieces with a hammer, something about it changes. Which of these changes? A. The taste of the sugar B. The color of the sugar C. The smell of the sugar D. The shape of the sugar

31 30.A tail of a lizard looking like a snakes head is A. Camouflage B. Mimicry C. Instinct D. Predation

32 31. A baby mammal getting milk from its mother is A. Learned behavior B. Instinct C. Camouflage D. Mimicry

33 32.The advantage of the scarlet king snake looking like the coral snake is that A. It is attractive to other animals B. Animals will be afraid of it C. It will be able to find other king snakes D. It can have the coral snake take care of its young.

34 33. Many animals have hard outer coverings, or shells, on their bodies. This covering protects them from predators. A predator cannot easily bite through the hard coverings. What animal is described in the paragraph above? A. A crab B. A frog C. A whale D. A eel

35 34. Some animals migrate when the weather gets too cold for them to survive. The animals cannot find food or shelter from the cold temperatures. An example of animals that migrate might be A. Geese B. Ducks C. Swans D. All of the above

36 35. Which one describes an animal defending itself against danger? A. A porcupine gathering food B. A dog burying his bone C. A puffer fish inflating into a ball D. An eagle feeding its young

37 36. I am white, and I have a thick fur coat, a layer of blubber under my skin, and flippers. Which environment do I live in? A. A rainforest B. A mountain top C. A polar ice cap D. A river

38 37. Which is the correct sequence of the food chain for the plant and animals listed below? A. Dragon fly – human – grass – trout B. Human - dragon fly - grass – trout C. Grass- dragon fly - human – trout D. Grass- dragon fly- trout- human

39 38. A rosebush and a bird are similar because they both A. Are living organisms B. Need to search for food C. Make their own food D. Are non-living organisms

40 39. Which animal would be able to find the food and shelter it needs to survive in a pond? A. A squirrel B. A horse C. A frog D. A sea horse

41 40. The Earths rotation causes A. The seasons to change B. The moon to appear as a different shapes C. Day and night D. Solar eclipses

42 41. Look at the picture of the goldfish. Which parts of the goldfish help it live in water? A. Tail B. Gills for breathing C. Scales for body covering D. All of the above

43 42. An example of an instinct is A. Laughing at something funny B. Dogs doing tricks when told C. Doing your homework at the same time each day. D. Salmon returning to their birthplace to lay eggs

44 43. Which animal is an omnivore? A. A lion that eats deer and sheep B. A rabbit that eats grass and weeds C. A bear that eats berries and fish D. A shark that eats fish and seals

45 44. Which of the following shows the order of energy flow in a food chain? A. Grass antelope lion B. Lion grass antelope C. Antelope grass lion D. Grass lion antelope

46 45. Which is an example of how plants and animals depend on each other? A. Birds eat berries from a bush and drop the seeds in other places. B. Deer eat the bark from trees when leaves and grass are sparse. C. Roses use thorns to protect themselves from animals. D. Some bushes produce berries that make birds sick when eaten.


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