Question Number 1
 What is a simple machine? A. wedge B. pulley C. inclined plane D. all of the above
Question Number 2
 Push and pull are the causes of a change in the motion of an object. This is called? A. Power B. Force C. Electricity D. Strength
Question Number 3
 The force that pulls objects to the ground A. Gravity B. Weight C. Motion D. Force
Question Number 4
 Which object is magnetic? A. Crayon B. Pencil C. Key D. Shell
Question Number 5
 The taxi driver has to be more careful when driving in winter because the road is more slippery than when he drives in summer. That means the friction on the road during winter is _____________ the friction during summer. A. more than B. less than C. the same as D. none of the above
Question Number 6
 The carpenter finds maple wood easier to saw than oak. This means what? A. there is less friction on the maple wood than on the oak. B. there is more friction on the maple wood than on the oak. C. the carpenter was lazy. D. The wood was wet
Question Number 7
 The mover pushed his cart on the tile floor and it went fast and easy. When he got to the carpet it was much harder to push because of friction. Now what must he do? A. leave the cart outside and take a nap B. go next door and ask the neighbor for help C. use more force to push the cart when he’s on the carpet. D. . use less force to push the cart when he’s on the carpet.
Question Number 8
 When you are on a bike and you are going uphill this is called? A. an incline B. a lever C. a slope D. a workout
Question Number 9
 riding a bike up a hill takes more force so you will go A. faster B. slower C. does not change D. I don't have a clue
Question Number 10
 If you push a car down hill will it go A. faster than if it rolled by itself B. slower than if it rolled bu itself C. it stays the same speed D. I will call the tow truck driver
Question Number 11
 A seesaw is an example of what type of simple machine? A. Pulley B. Screw C. Lever D. Wedge
Question Number 12
 A belt on the car engine is an example of what kind of simple machine? A. Wedge B. Pulley C. Screw D. Lever
Question Number 13
 . ____________________ refers to how tightly the mass is packed on a planet A. Particles B. Dust C. Rocks D. Density
Question Number 14
 Small chunks of debris that break off from asteroids are called _____________________. A. Junk B. Jet fuel C. Meteroids D. Rocks
Question Number 15
 The planets closest to the sun move A. faster B. slower C. same speed D. they do not move at all
Question Number 16
 Each planet, spins, or rotates on its A. Legs B. Axis C. Arms D. Platform
Question Number 17
 Of the known planets, Venus, Mercury, Mars, and Earth are the A. outer B. inner C. friends D. none of the above
Question Number 18
 Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are the __________ separated by belt of asteroids. A. Outer B. Inner C. friends D. none of the above
Question Number 19
 The planets in our solar system revolve around the __________? A. Saturn B. Jupiter C. Moon D. Sun
Question Number 20
 What is the only star in our solar system? A. Moon B. Sun C. Saturn D. Mars
Question Number 21
 Our solar system is in what Galaxy? A. Mars B. Reeses C. Snickers D. Milky Way
Question Number 22
 Animals use their homes for protection, storing food, and for shelter. A. True B. False
Question Number 23
 This animal has very sharp teeth and They can cut down a very large tree and drag the branches and sticks to the river. A. Otters B. Beavers C. Bears D. Raccoon
Question Number 24
 Many animals make big underground towns. The biggest towns are made by ______________ of North America. A. Prairie Dogs B. Worms C. Squirrels D. Lemurs
Question Number 25
 Our _______________________ are our most important sense organ A. ears B. nose C. eyes D. hands
Question Number 26
 The back wall of the eye is called the ________________________. A. retina B. pupil C. iris D. cone
Question Number 27
 Our second most important sense organ A. ears B. eyes C. hands D. mouth
Question Number 28
 Where is the eardrum located? A. Middle B. Outer C. Inner D. none of the above
Question Number 29
 What are the hammer, anvil and stirrup? A. Tools in the shed B. A band C. three little bones in the eardrum D. none of the above
Question Number 30
 The olfactory organs are our organs of A. taste B. smell C. touch D. hearing E. seeing
Question Number 31
 The brain interprets the smell or odor. A. True B. False
Question Number 32
 Our sense of ________ warns us if something is too hot or too cold. A. taste B. touch C. hearing D. seeing
Question Number 33
 It would hurt to touch a bunny A. True B. False
Question Number 34
 Fire is cold A. True B. False
Question Number 35
 The back of the tongue responds to bitter tastes A. True B. False
Question Number 36
 The tip of the tongue responds to sweets. A. True B. False
Question Number 37
 The front sides recognize a sour taste A. True B. False
Question Number 38
 The back sides of the tongue recognize a sour taste. A. True B. False
Question Number 39
 Some of our body ____________________ sense things around us and within our bodies. A. organs B. parts C. feelings D. none of the above
Question Number 40
 An animal's home is its A. vacation B. friend C. joy D. habitat
Question Number 41
 A seal's habitat is A. arctic B. desert C. ocean D. safari
Question Number 42
 Parrots live in a __________ type of habitat A. Ocean B. Forest C. Rain Forest D. Desert
Question Number 43
 Where might a Rattle Snake make a home? A. Ocean B. Desert C. Arctic Tundra D. Safari
Question Number 44
 A habitat for an Elephant is A. zoo B. water C. safari D. arctic
Question Number 45
 A dolphin is a mammal but where is its habitat? A. A desert B. An aquarium C. The ocean D. Backyard swimming pool
Question Number 46
 The frog begins life as an________ A. egg B. salamander C. tadpole D. none of the above
Question Number 47
 The frog is a __________ before it becomes a frog A. egg B. tadpole C. larvae D. salamander
Question Number 48
 A frog can breathe in and out of water? A. True B. False
Question Number 49
 A butterfly starts as a______________? A. bug B. spider C. caterpillar D. beetle
Question Number 50
 The transformation from a caterpillar to a butterfly is called A. Chrysalis B. Metamorphosis C. changing D. none of the above
Question Number 51
 A butterfly is formed in a ____________ A. Chrysalis B. Metamorphosis C. changing D. none of the above
Question Number 52
 A moth forms in a _______________ A. Chrysalis B. Metamorphosis C. changing D. Cocoon
Question Number 53
 There are drones and worker bees and a queen in a colony? A. True B. False
Question Number 54
 Bees do not pollinate flowers A. True B. False
Question Number 55
 A plant is fed through its_________? A. mouth B. ears C. legs D. roots
Question Number 56
 Plants and flowers need sunlight and water to grow A. True B. False
Question Number 57
 Flowers do not need bees A. True B. False
Question Number 58
 Seeds are spread by birds, wind and people A. True B. False
Question Number 59
 The water cycle is important to all living things A. True B. False
Question Number 60
 Water is evaporated in the air and sent back to the earth in forms of precipitation. A. True B. False