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Science Millionaire brought to you by Sampson Elementary….maker of great problem solvers. Let’s play!. Lifelines Poll the audience Phone a friend 50/50. _________ is saving resources by using them carefully. A. Weathering. B. Conservation. D. Landform. C. Erosion.

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Science Millionaire brought to you by

Sampson Elementary….maker of great problem solvers.

Let’s play!


Lifelines

Poll the audience

Phone a friend

50/50


_________ is saving resources by using them carefully.

A. Weathering

B. Conservation

D. Landform

C. Erosion


Any change you make in an experiment to affect the outcome is called the _________.

A. Hypothesis

B. Variable

C. Problem

D. Investigation


_________ is needed to grow crops and support plant life. is called the _________.

A. Soil

B. Rocks

C. Conservation

D. Weathering


_________ is a process that breaks rocks into smaller pieces.

A. Lightning

B. Recycling

C. Erosion

D. Weathering


What is the outer layer of the Earth called? pieces.

A. Core

B. Mantle

C. Crust

D. Fossil


How many layers does the Earth have? pieces.

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 1,000


Something that describes matter is known as ____________. pieces.

A. An atom

B. Volume

C. A property

D. Purple


The breaking down of once living plants and animals to form humus in soil is called ________.

A. Fossil

B. Rock

C. Mineral

D. Decomposition


Which type of landform is a low-land area with very steep sides?

A. Plain

B. Canyon

C. Barrier Island

D. Plateau


What is the middle layer of the Earth called? sides?

A. Crust

B. Mantle

C. Core

D. Hot Spot


Which of the following causes a slow change to Earth’s surface?

A. Volcano

B. Tornado

C. Glacier

D. Earthquake


A material found in nature that living things use is called a __________.

A.Conservation

B. Core

D. Property

C. Resource


Which of the following causes a fast change to Earth’s surface?

A. Weathering

B. Glaciers

C. Erosion

D. Earthquakes


Weathering breaks rocks apart and then ________moves the rocks around.

A. Weathering

B. Recycling

C. Erosion

D. Conservation


The features of Earth’s surface are called __________. rocks around.

A. Things

B. Landforms

C. Erosion

D. Properties


What is the first step of the scientific process? rocks around.

A. Hypothesis

B. Problem

D. Progress

C. Investigate


Which layer of the Earth folds to make mountains? rocks around.

A. Crust

B. Mantle

C. Core

D. Not Here


Which of the following does NOT cause weathering? rocks around.

A. Wind

B. Water

C. Plants

D. Soil


Hardness, Color, and Shape are examples of a mineral’s ______.

A. Health

B. Weight

C. Properties

D. Design


Which of the following is NOT an example of a natural resource?

A. Air

B. Oil

C. Tree

D. Table


Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource?

A. Air

B. Water

C. Trees

D. Coal


How might people get resources that are under the Earth’s surface?

A. By hunting

B. By farming

C. By clear-cutting

D. By mining


Which type of resource is nonrenewable? surface?

A. Trees

B. Water

C. Metals

D. Soil


What does Conservation mean? surface?

A. To waste things

B. To throw stuff away

C. To save and take care of things

D. It is a made up word


Which type of resource can never be replaced? surface?

A. Renewable

B. Nonrenewable

C. Inexhaustible

D. Recycle


What is a solid, natural object that has never been alive? surface?

A. Rock

B. Person

C. Mineral

D. Stone


What is the very center of the Earth called? surface?

A. Mantle

B. Crust

C. Core

D. Not Here


Which of these items will not decompose? surface?

A. Banana peel

B. Apple core

C. Plastic bag

D. Grass clippings


Which of the following is NOT a simple machine? surface?

A. Pulley

B. Wheel and Axle

C. Thumbtack

D. Screw


Which type of resource can be used up and then replaced? surface?

A. Renewable

B. Nonrenewable

C. Inexhaustible

D. Recycle


When you reuse a resource to make something new, you are ________.

A. Conserving

B. Recycling

C. Working

D. Weathering


Which type of landform is a high area with a flat top? ________.

A. Plain

B. Canyon

C. Barrier Island

D. Plateau


Which type of landform is surrounded by water? ________.

A. Plain

B. Canyon

C. Barrier Island

D. Plateau


The ability to cause change is _________. ________.

A. Energy

B. Heat

C. Force

D. Motion


Which type of landform is a flat, low area? ________.

A. Barrier Island

B. Plain

C. Mountain

D. Hill


Which type of resource will never run out? ________.

A. Renewable

B. Nonrenewable

C. Inexhaustible

D. Recycle


Which of the following is an example of a nonrenewable resource?

A. Trees

B. Paper

C. Coal

D. Air


When you breathe, what type of resource are you using? resource?

A. Renewable

B. Nonrenewable

C. Inexhaustible

D. Recycle


Which of the following helps prevent soil erosion? resource?

A. Strip cropping

B. Contour plowing

C. Plant trees and grass

D. All of the above


What does erosion do to rocks? resource?

A. Changes rocks

B. Morphs rocks

C. Moves rocks

D. Does nothing to rocks


The movement of energy from one place to another is called ______.

A. Energy

B. Heat

C. Force

D. Motion


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