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5 th Grade Science Ohio Achievement Test Review. Designed by Jennifer Harvey MSLS @ Dana Elementary To be used for educational purposes only. Rules of the Game. Decide whether students are going to play individually or on teams

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    1. 5th Grade Science Ohio Achievement Test Review Designed by Jennifer Harvey MSLS @ 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@columbus.k12.oh.us

    4. 5th Grade Earth & Space Science 5th Grade Life Science 5th Grade Physical Science 4th Grade Earth & Space Science 4th Grade Life Science 4th Grade Physical Science 3rd Grade Earth & Space Science 3rd Grade Life Science 3rd Grade Physical Science Science & Technology Scientific Inquiry Scientific Ways of Knowing $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. 1 2 3 4 Pick a Topic – 3rd Grade Earth and Space Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Earth Systems

    6. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 Pick a Topic – 3rd Grade Life Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Heredity Diversity and Interdependence of Life

    7. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pick a Topic – 3rd Grade Physical Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Forces and Motion

    8. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pick a Topic – 4th Grade Earth and Space Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Processes That Shape the Earth Earth Systems

    9. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 Pick a Topic – 4th Grade Life Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Heredity Diversity and Interdependence of Life

    10. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pick a Topic – 4th Grade Physical Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Nature of Matter

    11. 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 Pick a Topic – 5th Grade Earth and Space Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? The Universe Earth Systems

    12. 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 5 Pick a Topic – 5th Grade Life Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Diversity and Interdependence of Life

    13. 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 10 5 Pick a Topic – 5th Grade Physical Science Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Nature of Matter

    14. 1 2 1 2 3 Pick a Topic – Science & Technology Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Understanding Technology Abilities To Do Technological Design

    15. 1 5 2 6 3 7 4 8 Pick a Topic – Scientific Inquiry Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Doing Scientific Inquiry

    16. 1 2 3 4 5 Pick a Topic – Scientific Ways of Knowing Are You Smarter Than a 5th grader? Nature of Science Science & Society 1

    17. A. Earth orbiting the sun. C. Earth rotating on its axis B. The moon orbiting Earth. D. The moon blocking sunlight. 5th Grade Earth & Space Science Question What causes day and night on Earth? Peekace

    18. A. Earth. C. Jupiter B. the Sun. D. The moon. 5th Grade Earth & Space Science Question The largest body in our solar system is Peekace

    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 Peekace

    20. C. The sun gives off more heat in the summer than in the winter. A. Earth is moving more quickly in its orbit around the sun. B. Less light shines on the Northern Hemisphere in summer. D. More direct sunlight shines on the Northern Hemisphere in summer. 5th Grade Earth & Space Science Question Why is the Northern Hemisphere warmer in the summer than in winter? Peekace

    21. C. The sky is much darker at night. C. The sky is much darker at night. A. The stars are much smaller. A. The stars are much smaller. B. The stars are much farther away. B. The stars are much farther away. D. The moon blocks out most starlight. D. The moon blocks out most starlight. 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? Peekace

    22. C. bacteria on top of the mud A. carbon filtered through limestone B. organisms buried in the ground D. nitrogen mixed in the water 5th Grade Earth & Space Science Question Fossil fuels formed over a long period of time because heat and pressure were applied to — Peekace

    23. C. oil A. wood B. gold D. petroleum 5th Grade Earth & Space Science Question Which of these is a renewable resource? Peekace

    24. C. oil C. oil A. soil A. soil B. trees B. trees D. fresh water D. fresh water 5th Grade Earth & Space Science Question Which resource is under the wrong heading? Which resource is under the wrong heading? Peekace

    25. A. by eating other plant life C. by drinking water through their roots B. by using energy from the sun D. by absorbing heat 5th Grade Life Science Question How do the trees in this rainforest obtain their energy? Peek ace

    26. A. sugar, sunlight and dirt C. sunlight, water and carbon dioxide B. sugar, water and carbon dioxide D. sunlight, water and dirt 5th Grade Life Science Question What does a plant need to make its own food? Peekace

    27. A. consumers C. decomposers B. producers D. none of the above 5th Grade Life Science Question Which type of organism adds the most nutrients to the soil as it feeds? Peekace

    28. A. neutral C. beneficial B. harmful D. reproductive 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? Peekace

    29. A. turtles A. turtles C. Dragonfly larvae C. Dragonfly larvae B. mosquito larvae B. mosquito larvae D. Pelicans D. Pelicans 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? Peekace

    30. A B C D 5th Grade Life Science Question Which chain shows the flow of energy in a prairie food chain? Peek ace

    31. A. a species A. a species C. a food chain C. a food chain B. a habitat B. a habitat D. an ecosystem D. an ecosystem 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? Peekace Peek ace

    32. A. All the salamanders in the world. A. All the salamanders in the world. C. All the salamanders that live in one field. C. All the salamanders that live in one field. B. All the Eastern three-toed salamanders in the world. B. All the Eastern three-toed salamanders in the world. D. All the Eastern three-toed salamanders that live in the world. D. All the Eastern three-toed salamanders that live in the world. 5th Grade Life Science Question Which of the following is a population? Which of the following is a population? Peekace

    33. A. It must camouflage itself in its new surroundings. A. It must camouflage itself in its new surroundings. C. It must allow other goldfish to use the limited resources first. C. It must allow other goldfish to use the limited resources first. B. It must compete with other goldfish for resources. B. It must compete with other goldfish for resources. D. It must build a home that is similar to the one in its previous habitat. D. It must build a home that is similar to the one in its previous habitat. 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. A. light and heat C. magnetic and nuclear B. sound and chemical D. electrical and mechanical 5th Grade Physical Science Question What two forms of energy does the fire from a burning candle release? Peekace

    35. A. its weight C. its magnetic force B. its thermal energy D. its transmission of light 5th Grade Physical Science Question What does the temperature of a beaker of water measure? Peekace

    36. A. A coat prevents the loss of thermal energy. C. A coat prevents cold from entering the body. B. A coat slows down the loss of thermal energy. D. A coat slows down cold from entering a person’s body. 5th Grade Physical Science Question Why do many people wear wool coats in cold weather? Peekace

    37. A. a CD player C. an electric fan B. a light switch D. an electric stove 5th Grade Physical Science Question Which appliance works by turning electrical energy into thermal energy? Peekace

    38. A. glass C. rubber B. metal D. plastic 5th Grade Physical Science Question Which of these is a good conductor of electricity? Peekace

    39. A. a circuit C. photosynthesis B. reflection D. heat conduction 5th Grade Physical Science Question What does electricity traveling through a wire, battery and light bulb illustrate? Peekace

    40. A. The light is refracted. A. The light is refracted. C. The light is reflected. C. The light is reflected. D. The light is transmitted. D. The light is transmitted. B. The light is absorbed. B. The light is absorbed. 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? Peekace

    41. A. The jar reflects light hitting its surface. C. The jar scatters light passing through it. D. The water bends light passing through it. B. The water absorbs light hitting its surface. 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? Peekace

    42. A. Sound waves are vibrations. C. Electricity can create magnetism. D. Light energy travels faster than sound. B. Sound waves can be reflected. 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. A. They vibrate faster than the others. C. Their vibrations pass through less air. D. They are closer to the neck of the guitar. B. They produce fewer sound waves. 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? Peekace

    44. 4th Grade Earth & Space Science Question Which instrument can be used to measure air pressure? ABCD ABCD Peekace

    45. A. runoff C. precipitation B. evaporation D. condensation 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. A. The sun C. The moon B. The Earth D. The eight planets 4th Grade Earth & Space Science Question Earth’s water cycle depends on a major source of energy. What supplies the energy that drives the water cycle? Peek ace

    47. A. sunny C. foggy B. rainy D. mild 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? Peekace

    48. A. foggy C. thunderstorm B. light rain D. sunny and warm 4th Grade Earth & Space Science Question A student observes several cumulonimbus clouds in the sky. What is the weather most likely to be? Peekace

    49. A. east to west C. north to south B. west to east D. south to north 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? Peekace

    50. A. deltas C. dunes B. volcanoes D. moraines 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