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Are You Smarter Than a 2 nd Grader?. Science. Which of the following is a natural magnet? A Chalkboard letters B magnetite C refrigerator magnet D South. Magnetite is a natural magnet. Which of the following is a magnet NOT attracted to? A paperclip B rubber band

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Which of the following is a natural magnet?

A Chalkboard letters

B magnetite

C refrigerator magnet

D South

slide5

Which of the following is a magnet NOT

attracted to?

A paperclip

B rubber band

C refrigerator

D another magnet

slide7

If it has mass and takes up space it is:

A matter

B big

C property

D color

slide9

What form of matter is shown by the arrow?

A solid

B liquid

C gas

D matter

slide11

To change an ice cube to a liquid in an experiment,

which of the following would you use?

A

B

C

D

slide13

To measure the mass of matter which of the

following would be the best tool to use?

A

B

C

D

slide15

Before doing an experiment it is important to predict

what will happen. We call this prediction a(n):

A hypothesis

B data

C materials

D procedure

slide17

When you do a science experiment, it is

important to collect the things you will need

for the experiment. These are called the:

A data

B hypothesis

C materials

D title

slide19

To make sure the experiment data is correct,

scientists should:

A ask their mom to check their work

B repeat the experiment

C find the information on the Internet

D read a book

slide20

Scientists should repeat an experiment to

make sure the data is correct.

slide21

A scientist wants to study the effects of sunlight

on plants. If the scientist covers the

plant with a box, what will most likely happen

to the plant?

A The plant will die.

B The plant will grow new leaves.

C The plant will bloom.

D The plant will produce apples.

slide23

In an experiment observing a tadpole changing

to a frog, a scientist will draw pictures of the

observations. These pictures are part of the

experiment called the:

A materials

B hypothesis

C procedure

D data

slide25

When conducting an experiment a scientist

will follow these steps to complete the

experiment. These steps are called the:

A procedure

B materials

C data

D hypothesis

slide27

Look at the life cycle of the pumpkin plant. What will

the plant in the empty box look like?

A dead

B a watermelon

C The plant will have flowers.

D It will be covered in seeds.

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Predict how this tree will look next season.

A The tree will have many green leaves.

B The tree will have no leaves.

C The tree will have new leaves and little buds.

D The tree will fall over.

slide33

Which animal DOES NOT resemble its parents

when it is born?

A moth

B dog

C bear

D cat

slide35

The place where a plant or animal lives

is called:

A apartment

B metamorphosis

C food chain

D habitat

slide37

A long time without rain is called a:

A drought

B flood

C thunderstorm

D erosion