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Title: Designed by Jennifer Harvey MSLS @ Dana Elementary


1
5th Grade Science Ohio Achievement Test Review
Designed by Jennifer Harvey MSLS _at_ Dana
Elementary To be used for educational purposes
only.
2
Rules of the Game
  • Decide whether students are going to play
    individually or on teams
  • Choose and click on a topic, this will take you
    to numbered question choices
  • Choose and click on a question in the strand
  • Choose an answer, if it is correct Jeff Foxworthy
    will congratulate you, if it is correct Jeff will
    nicely tell you then click on the pink
    rectangle with the triangle, it will take you
    back to Pick a Topic.
  • If you are not sure of an answer, you can choose
    a Cheat. PEEK takes you a slide that has
    eliminated two wrong answers. ACE will take you
    to Jeff who will ask you to choose someone that
    can help you (Ask a Classmate Expert). The u-turn
    or pick rectangle will send you back to Pick a
    Topic.
  • The dollar amounts on the Pick a Topic can be
    used to keep score. When clicked on, they will
    change colors.

3
Rules of the Game
  • Change the rules as necessary
  • You can edit any questions add or delete too
    (you will have to edit hyperlinks)
  • Have fun
  • There are blank slides that made hyperlinks
    easier
  • Any questions, email Jennifer Harvey at
    jharvey7875_at_columbus.k12.oh.us

4
1,000,000
Pick A Topic
500,000
300,000
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
150,000
100,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
10,000
5,000
2,000
1,000
5
Pick a Topic 3rd Grade Earth and Space Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Earth Systems
6
Pick a Topic 3rd Grade Life Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Diversity and Interdependence of Life
Heredity
7
Pick a Topic 3rd Grade Physical Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Forces and Motion
8
Pick a Topic 4th Grade Earth and Space Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Earth Systems
Processes That Shape the Earth
9
Pick a Topic 4th Grade Life Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Diversity and Interdependence of Life
Heredity
10
Pick a Topic 4th Grade Physical Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Nature of Matter
11
Pick a Topic 5th Grade Earth and Space Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Earth Systems
The Universe
12
Pick a Topic 5th Grade Life Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Diversity and Interdependence of Life
13
Pick a Topic 5th Grade Physical Science
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Nature of Matter
14
Pick a Topic Science Technology
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Understanding Technology
Abilities To Do Technological Design
15
Pick a Topic Scientific Inquiry
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Doing Scientific Inquiry
16
Pick a Topic Scientific Ways of Knowing
Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader?
Nature of Science
Science Society
1
17
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
What causes day and night on Earth?
Peek ace
18
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
The largest body in our solar system is
Peek ace
19
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Which of these best shows the relationship
between Earth, the moon, and the sun?
Which of these best shows the relationship
between Earth, the moon, and the sun?
A
C
B
D
Peek ace
20
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Why is the Northern Hemisphere warmer in the
summer than in winter?
Peek ace
21
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
From Earth, we see the sun in the day sky and
other stars in the night sky. Nighttime stars
look like tiny points of light. Which statement
explains why nighttime stars appear so much
smaller than the sun?
From Earth, we see the sun in the day sky and
other stars in the night sky. Nighttime stars
look like tiny points of light. Which statement
explains why nighttime stars appear so much
smaller than the sun?
Peek ace
22
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Fossil fuels formed over a long period of time
because heat and pressure were applied to
Peek ace
23
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Which of these is a renewable resource?
Peek ace
24
5th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Which resource is under the wrong heading?
Which resource is under the wrong heading?
Renewable Resources Non-Renewable Resources
trees oil
soil fresh water
Renewable Resources Non-Renewable Resources
trees oil
soil fresh water
Peek ace
25
5th Grade Life Science Question
How do the trees in this rainforest obtain their
energy?
Peek ace
26
5th Grade Life Science Question
What does a plant need to make its own food?
Peek ace
27
5th Grade Life Science Question
Which type of organism adds the most nutrients to
the soil as it feeds?
Peek ace
28
5th Grade Life Science Question
Earthworms dig burrows in the soil which help
loosen the soil. What effect does this activity
have on new plants?
Peek ace
29
5th Grade Life Science Question
If all of the fish are removed from this food
web, which animal population will most likely
decrease first?
If all of the fish are removed from this food
web, which animal population will most likely
decrease first?
Peek ace
30
5th Grade Life Science Question
Which chain shows the flow of energy in a prairie
food chain?
Peek ace
31
5th Grade Life Science Question
On a hike through the Big Green Forest, you see
rocks, soil, trees, smaller plants and flowers,
birds, worms, insects and mice. What do you call
all the living and non-living things in this
forest?
On a hike through the Big Green Forest, you see
rocks, soil, trees, smaller plants and flowers,
birds, worms, insects and mice. What do you call
all the living and non-living things in this
forest?
Peek ace
Peek ace
32
5th Grade Life Science Question
Which of the following is a population?
Which of the following is a population?
Peek ace
33
5th Grade Life Science Question
Celia saw a goldfish at the pet store that was
living in a tank by itself. She bought the fish,
took it home, and put it in her aquarium with
her other goldfish. What must the new goldfish do
to survive in its new environment?
Celia saw a goldfish at the pet store that was
living in a tank by itself. She bought the fish,
took it home, and put it in her aquarium with
her other goldfish. What must the new goldfish do
to survive in its new environment?
Peek ace
34
5th Grade Physical Science Question
What two forms of energy does the fire from a
burning candle release?
Peek ace
35
5th Grade Physical Science Question
What does the temperature of a beaker of water
measure?
Peek ace
36
5th Grade Physical Science Question
Why do many people wear wool coats in cold
weather?
Peek ace
37
5th Grade Physical Science Question
Which appliance works by turning electrical
energy into thermal energy?
Peek ace
38
5th Grade Physical Science Question
Which of these is a good conductor of electricity?
Peek ace
39
5th Grade Physical Science Question
What does electricity traveling through a wire,
battery and light bulb illustrate?
Peek ace
40
5th Grade Physical Science Question
What happens when light strikes a smooth, shiny
surface like a mirror?
What happens when light strikes a smooth, shiny
surface like a mirror?
What happens when light strikes a smooth, shiny
surface like a mirror?
Peek ace
41
5th Grade Physical Science Question
A student holds a note card behind a jar of
water. Which of the following best explains why
the part of the note card seen through the jar
looks different from the rest of the note card?
Peek ace
42
5th Grade Physical Science Question
Jared lives near an airport. Whenever a jet flies
over his house the windows of his house shake.
Why does this happen?
Peek ace
43
5th Grade Physical Science Question
A student plucks at the strings of his guitar.
Why do some of the strings make a higher pitched
sound than other strings?
Peek ace
44
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question

Which instrument can be used to measure air
pressure?


A B C
D
A B C
D
Peek ace
45
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
A student looks outside her window after it has
rained and sees puddles of water. Later that same
day, the puddles are gone. What process explains
why the puddles have disappeared?
Peek ace
46
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Earths water cycle depends on a major source of
energy. What supplies the energy that drives the
water cycle?
Peek ace
47
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
According to this information, what kind of
weather is related to low air pressure?
According to this information, what kind of
weather is related to low air pressure?
Peek ace
48
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
A student observes several cumulonimbus clouds in
the sky. What is the weather most likely to be?
Peek ace
49
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
When scientists observe weather patterns in the
United States, in which direction do they find
these patterns generally moving?
Peek ace
50
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
Julia is visiting the Big Island of Hawaii. She
is surprised to see mountains with craters.
Inside the craters is hot, molten rock. What are
these landforms called?
Peek ace
51
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
How does freezing water cause rocks to weather?
Peek ace
52
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
How are the erosion of rock by running water and
a landslide different?
Peek ace
53
4th Grade Earth Space Science Question
What is responsible for shaping this arch?
Peek ace
54
4th Grade Life Science Question
Dwayne decides to investigate seed germination.
He plants several seeds in his garden. What will
happen to these seeds when they germinate?
Peek ace
55
4th Grade Life Science Question
The illustration to the right shows four
different parts of a plant. Which part of the
plant transports water from the roots to the
leaves?
The illustration to the right shows four
different parts of a plant. Which part of the
plant transports water from the roots to the
leaves?
Peek ace
56
4th Grade Life Science Question
Why do plants in a desert usually have shallow
roots that spread out in all directions?
Peek ace
57
4th Grade Life Science Question
In what important way do some plants in the
forest depend on animals?
Peek ace
58
4th Grade Life Science Question
Peek ace
59
4th Grade Life Science Question
Which seed has structures that allow animals to
transport the seed on their fur?
Peek ace
60
4th Grade Life Science Question
Which gas in the air would increase if a large
number of trees were cut down?
Peek ace
61
4th Grade Physical Science Question
Which of the following is a property of CO2 gas?
Peek ace
62
4th Grade Physical Science Question
Which is an example of a physical change?
Peek ace
63
4th Grade Physical Science Question
In an activity, 20 grams of salt are dissolved in
70 grams of pure water. The water is then heated
on a hot plate. When the water evaporates
completely, how much salt will be left?
Peek ace
64
4th Grade Physical Science Question
The picture shows the process of
Peek ace
65
4th Grade Physical Science Question
Which action will result in a product with new
chemical properties?
Peek ace
66
4th Grade Physical Science Question
An object is placed on a desk. When a magnet is
placed nearby, the object slowly moves toward the
magnet. What material is the object made of?
Peek ace
67
3rd Grade Earth Space Science Question
How is conglomerate different from the other rock
samples?
How is conglomerate different from the other rock
samples?
Peek ace
68
3rd Grade Earth Space Science Question
Similar containers were filled with different
types of soil. Holes were poked into the bottom
of each container, and 300 milliliters of water
were added. The water that dripped out was
collected and measured. According to the
information in the table, which type of soil
retained water best?
Peek ace
69
3rd Grade Earth Space Science Question
The police arrest a person they suspect of a
crime. The police scrape soil from the suspects
shoes for evidence that he was at a certain
location. Why did the police decide to scrape his
shoes?
Peek ace
70
3rd Grade Earth Space Science Question
What happens to the dead leaves and animals that
fall to the forest floor?
Peek ace
71
3rd Grade Life Science Question
What is the correct order of development for this
frog?

1 2
3 4


Peek ace
72
3rd Grade Life Science Question
This diagram shows some stages in the termite
life cycle. Which of these is supported by the
information in the diagram?



Peek ace
73
3rd Grade Life Science Question
Which animals give birth to live young?
Which animals give birth to live young?


Peek ace
74
3rd Grade Life Science Question
What characteristic do all birds share?


Peek ace
75
3rd Grade Life Science Question
Which organism in a pond ecosystem completely
changes its physical features and food source
when it becomes an adult?



Peek ace
76
3rd Grade Life Science Question

What does every animal need in order to survive?

Peek ace
77
3rd Grade Life Science Question
How would being able to change their color help
some animals to survive?


Peek ace
78
3rd Grade Life Science Question
Armadillos and coral snakes both live in Florida.
When an armadillo is threatened, it can curl up.
Its armored body looks like a ball. A coral snake
curls its tail into a tight spiral and holds it
up when an enemy is near. This attracts the enemy
to its tail and protects its head. Although these
animals are very different, what is one way in
which they are similar?


Peek ace
79
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
Keisha lives next door to Mr. Murphy and three
houses away from Ms. Riley. What does this
statement identify?
Peek ace
80
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
Which tools are needed to measure the speed of a
rolling ball?
Peek ace
81
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
Libby went on a trip with her family. In her log,
she recorded the time of day and how far her
family had traveled since they started.
Time of Day Total Distance Traveled
800 AM 0 km
900 AM 30 km
1000 AM 60 km
1100 AM 90 km
What speed is Libbys family traveling in
kilometers/hour?
Peek ace
82
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
If the person in the picture lets go of the rope,
the weight (w) will fall to the ground. What
force is acting to pull the weight to the ground?
If the person in the picture lets go of the rope,
the weight (w) will fall to the ground. What
force is acting to pull the weight to the ground?
Peek ace
83
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
Carbon powder and iron filings are both black
powders. When mixed together, they look like one
black powder. Which of these would be best to use
to separate the iron filings from the carbon
powder?
Peek ace
84
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
While playing basketball, a student throws a ball
into the air. What force brings the basketball
back to the ground?
Peek ace
85
3rd Grade Physical Science Question
The effect of which force is weakened when the
floor is wet?
Peek ace
86
Science Technology Question
Which of the following has been the negative
effect of technology?
Peek ace
87
Science Technology Question
Clearing a forest to build a shopping mall will
most likely result in woodpeckers
Peek ace
88
Science Technology Question
The diagram shows landfills where two communities
put garbage. What is the advantage of Landfill Y?
Peek ace
89
Science Technology Question
In what way is the process of technological
design similar to a scientific investigation?
Peek ace
90
Science Technology Question
Which is the first step in a design process?
Which is the first step in a design process?
Peek ace
91
Scientific Inquiry Question
The pans in this balance are at the same height.
According to this information, the mass of the
rock sample is
Peek ace
92
Scientific Inquiry Question
Which of the following does the information in
the picture support?
Peek ace
93
Scientific Inquiry Question
Mr. Brown wonders how minerals affect animal
growth and decides to conduct an experiment with
his chickens. He begins with 3 buckets containing
exactly the same amount of chicken feed and then
adds the same amount of 2 different minerals to
two of the buckets. He adds calcium to one
bucket, magnesium to another bucket, and he
doesnt add any minerals to the third bucket.
What scientific term is used to describe the
mineral placed in each bucket?
Peek ace
94
Scientific Inquiry Question
A student sees a laboratory sign in science
class. According to this symbol, what should the
student do when performing an experiment in
class?
Peek ace
95
Scientific Inquiry Question
Which of the following would be safe to do during
a lab activity?
Peek ace
96
Scientific Inquiry Question
After you do an experiment, whats one way to
communicate your results?
Peek ace
97
Scientific Inquiry Question
A graduated cylinder contains 25 mL of water. A
pebble is then placed in the cylinder. The
diagram shows the volume of water after the
pebble is placed in the cylinder. What is the
volume of the pebble?
A graduated cylinder contains 25 mL of water. A
pebble is then placed in the cylinder. The
diagram shows the volume of water after the
pebble is placed in the cylinder. What is the
volume of the pebble?
Peek ace
98
Scientific Inquiry Question
What tool is used to find the temperature at
which water boils?
What tool is used to find the temperature at
which water boils?
What tool is used to find the temperature at
which water boils?
A
B
C
D
A
Peek ace
99
Scientific Ways of Knowing Question
Which of the following statements expresses an
opinion?
Peek ace
100
Scientific Ways of Knowing Question
Why do scientists keep accurate records of their
work?
Peek ace
101
Scientific Ways of Knowing Question
How does a model differ from a theory?
Peek ace
102
Scientific Ways of Knowing Question
A scientist wants to determine what food a
specific type of butterfly usually eats. What
would be the best way to find an answer to this
question?
Peek ace
103
Scientific Ways of Knowing Question
James has decided to investigate whether the
number of flowers on a plant will increase if the
water given to the plant is increased. James has
four pots of geraniums to use in the experiment.
What condition should be varied for the four
plants in order to answer the question?
Peek ace
104
Scientific Ways of Knowing Question
What conclusion could best be drawn from a study
of the work of Aristotle, Galileo, Marie Curie,
Shirley Jackson, and Chien-Shiung Wu?
Peek ace
105
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106
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107
What causes day and night on Earth?
A. Earth orbiting the sun.
C. Earth rotating on its axis
108
The largest body in our solar system is
A. Earth.
B. the Sun.
109
Which of these best shows the relationship
between Earth, the moon, and the sun?
B
D
110
Why is the Northern Hemisphere warmer in the
summer than in winter?
A. Earth is moving more quickly in its orbit
around the sun.
D. More direct sunlight shines on the Northern
Hemisphere in summer.
111
From Earth, we see the sun in the day sky and
other stars in the night sky. Nighttime stars
look like tiny points of light. Which statement
explains why nighttime stars appear so much
smaller than the sun?
A. The stars are much smaller.
B. The stars are much farther away.
112
Fossil fuels formed over a long period of time
because heat and pressure were applied to
A. carbon filtered through limestone
B. organisms buried in the ground
113
Which of these is a renewable resource?
C. oil
A. wood
114
Which resource is under the wrong heading?
Renewable Resources Non-Renewable Resources
trees oil
soil fresh water
A. soil
D. fresh water
115
How do the trees in this rainforest obtain their
energy?
C. by drinking water through their roots
B. by using energy from the sun
116
What does a plant need to make its own food?
A. sugar, sunlight and dirt
B. sugar, water and carbon dioxide
117
Which type of organism adds the most nutrients to
the soil as it feeds?
A. consumers
C. decomposers
118
Earthworms dig burrows in the soil which help
loosen the soil. What effect does this activity
have on new plants?
C. beneficial
B. harmful
119
If all of the fish are removed from this food
web, which animal population will most likely
decrease first?
C. Dragonfly larvae
D. Pelicans
120
Which chain shows the flow of energy in a prairie
food chain?
A
C
121
On a hike through the Big Green Forest, you see
rocks, soil, trees, smaller plants and flowers,
birds, worms, insects and mice. What do you call
all the living and non-living things in this
forest?
D. an ecosystem
B. a habitat
122
Which of the following is a population?
C. All the salamanders that live in one field.
A. All the salamanders in the world.
123
Celia saw a goldfish at the pet store that was
living in a tank by itself. She bought the fish,
took it home, and put it in her aquarium with her
other goldfish. What must the new goldfish do to
survive in its new environment?
C. It must allow other goldfish to use the
limited resources first.
B. It must compete with other goldfish for
resources.
124
What two forms of energy does the fire from a
burning candle release?
A. light and heat
B. sound and chemical
125
What does the temperature of a beaker of water
measure?
A. its weight
B. its thermal energy
126
Why do many people wear wool coats in cold
weather?
C. A coat prevents cold from entering the body.
B. A coat slows down the loss of thermal energy.
127
Which appliance works by turning electrical
energy into thermal energy?
C. an electric fan
D. an electric stove
128
Which of these is a good conductor of electricity?
A. glass
B. metal
129
What does electricity traveling through a wire,
battery and light bulb illustrate?
A. a circuit
D. heat conduction
130
What happens when light strikes a smooth, shiny
surface like a mirror?
C. The light is reflected.
B. The light is absorbed.
131
A student holds a note card behind a jar of
water. Which of the following best explains why
the part of the note card seen through the jar
looks different from the rest of the note card?
A. The jar reflects light hitting its surface.
D. The water bends light passing through it.
132
Jared lives near an airport. Whenever a jet flies
over his house the windows of his house shake.
Why does this happen?
A. Sound waves are vibrations.
D. Light energy travels faster than sound.
133
A student plucks at the strings of his guitar.
Why do some of the strings make a higher pitched
sound than other strings?
A. They vibrate faster than the others.
B. They produce fewer sound waves.
134
Which instrument can be used to measure air
pressure?
B C
135
A student looks outside her window after it has
rained and sees puddles of water. Later that same
day, the puddles are gone. What process explains
why the puddles have disappeared?
C. precipitation
B. evaporation
136
Earths water cycle depends on a major source of
energy. What supplies the energy that drives the
water cycle?
A. The sun
B. The Earth
137
According to this information, what kind of
weather is related to low air pressure?
A. sunny
B. rainy
138
A student observes several cumulonimbus clouds in
the sky. What is the weather most likely to be?
C. thunderstorm
D. sunny and warm
139
When scientists observe weather patterns in the
United States, in which direction do they find
these patterns generally moving?
A. east to west
B. west to east
140
Julia is visiting the Big Island of Hawaii. She
is surprised to see mountains with craters.
Inside the craters is hot, molten rock. What are
these landforms called?
D. moraines
B. volcanoes
141
How does freezing water cause rocks to weather?
A. It expands their cracks.
B. It makes them colder.
142
How are the erosion of rock by running water and
a landslide different?
A. Water erosion is a slower process.
C. Water erosion changes Earths surface.
143
What is responsible for shaping this arch?
C. deposition
D. erosion
144
Dwayne decides to investigate seed germination.
He plants several seeds in his garden. What will
happen to these seeds when they germinate?
A. They will grow seeds.
C. They will start to sprout.
145
The illustration to the right shows four
different parts of a plant. Which part of the
plant transports water from the roots to the
leaves?
D. 4
B. 2
146
Why do plants in a desert usually have shallow
roots that spread out in all directions?
C. The ground is too hard for the roots to grow
any deeper.
D. Shallow, wide roots help it capture the scarce
rainwater.
147
In what important way do some plants in the
forest depend on animals?
D. Animals make sure the plants will receive
enough water.
B. Animals carry the plants pollen or spread
their seeds.
148
Many animals depend on plants for
C. shelter
B. seed dispersal
149
Which seed has structures that allow animals to
transport the seed on their fur?
C
D
150
Which gas in the air would increase if a large
number of trees were cut down?
A. Carbon dioxide
C. Oxygen
151
Which of the following is a property of CO2 gas?
C. It is colorless.
B. It smells like a lemon.
152
Which is an example of a physical change?
D. A plant turns water and carbon dioxide into
sugar and oxygen.
B. A steel rod is heated and then it melts.
153
In an activity, 20 grams of salt are dissolved in
70 grams of pure water. The water is then heated
on a hot plate. When the water evaporates
completely, how much salt will be left?
A. 0 grams
C. 20 grams
154
The picture shows the process of
A. melting
B. boiling
155
Which action will result in a product with new
chemical properties?
A. Shredding a newspaper
D. Popping popcorn
156
An object is placed on a desk. When a magnet is
placed nearby, the object slowly moves toward the
magnet. What material is the object made of?
D. rubber
B. iron
157
How is conglomerate different from the other rock
samples?
A. It contains pebbles.
B. It has visible layers.
158
Similar containers were filled with different
types of soil. Holes were poked into the bottom
of each container, and 300 milliliters of water
were added. The water that dripped out was
collected and measured. According to the
information in the table, which type of soil
retained water best?
A. Potting soil
C. gravel
159
The police arrest a person they suspect of a
crime. The police scrape soil from the suspects
shoes for evidence that he was at a certain
location. Why did the police decide to scrape his
shoes?
D. Soils differ from place to place in color and
texture.
B. Each shoe leaves a unique footprint.
160
What happens to the dead leaves and animals that
fall to the forest floor?
C. They decay and become part of the soil.
D. They are washed into the oceans by heavy
rains.
161
What is the correct order of development for this
frog?
C. 2, 1, 4, 3
D. 2, 4, 1, 3
162
This diagram shows some stages in the termite
life cycle. Which of these is supported by the
information in the diagram?
A. Some nymphs have wings.
D. The queen produces the eggs.
163
Which animals give birth to live young?
A. Potato beetle
C. Black bear
164
What characteristic do all birds share?
A. They can fly.
D. They have feathers.
165
Which organism in a pond ecosystem completely
changes its physical features and food source
when it becomes an adult?
D. duck
B. butterfly
166
What does every animal need in order to survive?
A. food, water, air
C. roots, leaves, stems
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How would being able to change their color help
some animals to survive?
C. It would be more difficult for other animals
to find them.
B. It would make it easier for babies to
recognize their others.
168
Armadillos and coral snakes both live in Florida.
When an armadillo is threatened, it can curl up.
Its armored body looks like a ball. A coral snake
curls its tail into a tight spiral and holds it
up when an enemy is near. This attracts the enemy
to its tail and protects its head. Although these
animals are very different, what is one way in
which they are similar?
C. They use their bodies to attack enemies.
B. They have ways to protect themselves.
169
Keisha lives next door to Mr. Murphy and three
houses away from Ms. Riley. What does this
statement identify?
C. her location
D. direction
170
Which tools are needed to measure the speed of a
rolling ball?
A. spring scale, ruler
D. stopwatch, ruler
171
Libby went on a trip with her family. In her log,
she recorded the time of day and how far her
family had traveled since they started.
Time of Day Total Distance Traveled
800 AM 0 km
900 AM 30 km
1000 AM 60 km
1100 AM 90 km
What speed is Libbys family traveling in
kilometers/hour?
C. 30 km/h
D. 90 km/h
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If the person in the picture lets go of the rope,
the weight (w) will fall to the ground. What
force is acting to pull the weight to the ground?
C. collision
B. gravity
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Carbon powder and iron filings are both black
powders. When mixed together, they look like one
black powder. Which of these would be best to use
to separate the iron filings from the carbon
powder?
A. A magnifying glass
C. A magnet
174
While playing basketball, a student throws a ball
into the air. What force brings the basketball
back to the ground?
A. gravity
B. magnetism
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The effect of which force is weakened when the
floor is wet?
D. friction
B. inertia
176
Which of the following has been the negative
effect of technology?
C. People enjoy music on the radio and CDs.
B. Pollutants led to global warming.
177
Clearing a forest to build a shopping mall will
most likely result in woodpeckers
C. losing habitat .
B. laying more eggs
178
The diagram shows landfills where two communities
put garbage. What is the advantage of Landfill Y?
C. The soil contains more nutrients.
B. The groundwater is safer.
179
In what way is the process of technological
design similar to a scientific investigation?
A. Technological designers test and revise their
ideas.
B. Technological designs must be capable of mass
production.
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Which is the first step in a design process?
C. Describe the problem.
A. Revise the solution.
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The pans in this balance are at the same height.
According to this information, the mass of the
rock sample is
A. 170 grams
C. 200 grams
182
Which of the following does the information in
the picture support?
D. Fire needs air.
B. Corks put out fire.
183
Mr. Brown wonders how minerals affect animal
growth and decides to conduct an experiment with
his chickens. He begins with 3 buckets containing
exactly the same amount of chicken feed and then
adds the same amount of 2 different minerals to
two of the buckets. He adds calcium to one
bucket, magnesium to another bucket, and he
doesnt add any minerals to the third bucket.
What scientific term is used to describe the
mineral placed in each bucket?
A. control
D. variable
184
A student sees a laboratory sign in science
class. According to this symbol, what should the
student do when performing an experiment in
class?
D. wear a protective apron over clothing
B. avoid wearing dark clothing
185
Which of the following would be safe to do during
a lab activity?
A. Running in the classroom
D. Touching hot surfaces
186
After you do an experiment, whats one way to
communicate your results?
A. make a chart
C. write a paragraph to explain your conclusion
D. all of the above
B. make a graph
187
A graduated cylinder contains 25 mL of water. A
pebble is then placed in the cylinder. The
diagram shows the volume of water after the
pebble is placed in the cylinder. What is the
volume of the pebble?
A. 5cm3
C. 20cm3
188
What tool is used to find the temperature at
which water boils?
A
D
189
Which of the following statements expresses an
opinion?
A. Marie Curie discovered radium.
C. Our universe may not last forever.
190
Why do scientists keep accurate records of their
work?
C. to meet requirements of the U.S. government
D. so other scientists can repeat their
experiments
191
How does a model differ from a theory?
C. A model is based on observation, while a
theory is based on data.
D. A model is made to resemble something, while a
theory tries to explain the data or observations.
192
A scientist wants to determine what food a
specific type of butterfly usually eats. What
would be the best way to find an answer to this
question?
A. Observe the butterfly in its natural
surroundings.
B. Conduct an experiment by giving the butterfly
different foods.
193
James has decided to investigate whether the
number of flowers on a plant will increase if the
water given to the plant is increased. James has
four pots of geraniums to use in the experiment.
What condition should be varied for the four
plants in order to answer the question?
C. amount of water
B. temperature of the water
194
What conclusion could best be drawn from a study
of the work of Aristotle, Galileo, Marie Curie,
Shirley Jackson, and Chien-Shiung Wu?
A. The greatest scientists have come from China.
D. People from many different cultures have
contributed to science.
195
Who do you think knows the answer to this
question? And dont think about asking your
teacher!
196
Wow! You are one smart 5th grader!
197
Your teacher must be proud!
198
Keep up the good work!
199
Dont give up.
200
Im sure youll do better next time!
201
Take your time, you know all the answers.
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