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The Year 5/6 Science Quiz Part One
Section 1 The Human Body
Question 1 What 2 important things do humans need to stay alive?
Question 2 Give three reasons why you have a skeleton
Question 3 What is the pulse? Is it: A.A fruit B.A Heartbeat C.A Blood Vessel
Section 2 Green Plants
Question 4 What are the three ways in which fruits and seeds can be scattered?
Question 5 In what part of the plant does most photosynthesis happen? A.Flower B.Roots C.Leaves
Question 6 When pollen lands on the stigma, is this pollination or fertilisation?
Section 3 Variation and Classification
Question 7 All living things can be placed into one of two groups. What are the groups?
Question 8 What does vertebrate mean?
Question 9 What is the name of the trees that do not lose their leaves in winter?
Section 4 Living Things in their Environment
Question 10 What is the name of the place where a plant or an animal lives?
Question 11 What does an arrow mean when used in a food chain?
Question 12 Give one adaptation that a seal has so that it can live in the cold sea.
Section 5 Grouping Materials
Question 13 What kinds of materials make good thermal conductors?
Question 14 Would electricity be able to pass through A.Wood B.Metal C.Plastic
Question 15 What does permeable mean?
Section 6 Changing Materials
Question 16 What happens to sugar when you add it to a cup of tea?
Question 17 What is water called when its a gas?
Question 18 Complete this sentence: When you melt chocolate you are changing a solid to a _____
Section 7 Separating Mixtures of Materials
Question 19 Which two of these solids are soluble in water? Sugar, nails, stones, salt
Question 20 If you dissolved some salt into water, how would you separate the salt from the water?
Question 21 Condensation forms when warm damp air touches what? A.A cold surface B.A warm surface
Section 8 Electricity
Question 22 Name 4 things in your house that wouldnt work if there was no electricity.
Question 23 Why do bathroom light switches often have a cord hanging from them?
Question 24 If you add an extra battery to a circuit containing a bulb, how will this affect the bulb?
Section 9 Forces and Motion
Question 25 What are the four things that forces can cause objects to do?
Question 26 What instrument do you use to measure force?
Question 27 What is the name of the force that gives us grip?
Section 10 Light and Sound
Question 28 How are shadows formed?
Question 29 On a sunny day, what time of the day will your shadow be shortest?
Question 30 How are sounds produced?
End of Part One
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