Science Test 9
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Science Test 9
Science Test 4th Grade
Science Test 9 4th Grade
Know the order of the Planets
What did God create on the 1st day?
Day and Night
What did God create on the 2nd day?
the atmosphere and the firmament
What did God create on the 3rd day?
What did God create on the 4th day?
The sun, moon, and stars
What did God create on the 5th day?
the birds and water animals
What did God create on the 6th day?
the animals and man
What did God do on the 7th day?
What divides our year into 12 months?
What is the name for the constellations?
What is a revolution?
The movement of the earth that equals 1 year
What is a rotation?
The movement of the earth that equals 1 day
Why does the earth have seasons?
Because the earth is tilted on an axis
How many hours are in a day?
How long does it take the earth to travel around the sun?
365 1/4 days
What is the Milky Way?
The galaxy where our sun is located
What is the part of the galaxy that is made up of our sun and planets?
What is a constellation?
a star picture
This is where all the things that God created is located
This is the scientific study of the planets and stars
This is known as the red planet
This planet has rings
This is the only planet with life
How far is the sun from the Earth?
93 million miles
What do light-colored objects do to heat and light?
The sun is made up of
Which is smaller, the sun or the moon?
Which is smaller, the moon or the earth?
Which is larger the sun or the moon?
Which is larger, the sun or the earth?
Does the moon have plants?
Does the moon have mountains?
Does the moon have air?
Does the moon have sounds?
The Big Dipper is part of which constellation?
The Great Bear
When you face the North Star, which direction is to your left?
What keeps the planets orbiting the sun?
The sun's gravity
When the earth is between the sun and the moon, it is
A full moon
What are the holes on the surface of the moon called?
What determined the length of a week?
God, it says in Genesis.
What is sediment?
the matter that settles to the bottom or sides of a body of water
What is a glacier?
a slow moving river of ice
What is magma?
hot, liquid rock that is found within the earth
What is conservation?
the wise use of natural resources
What is humus?
the decayed materials within the soil
What is the crust?
a solid layer of rock underneath the soil
What is erosion?
the wearing away of the earth's topsoil
What is granite?
a hard rock that can be polished to make beautiful monuments and buildings.
What is shale?
the most common sedimentary rock. It is soft and often crushed to make bricks
What is slate?
a hard rock that makes blackboards.(chalkboards)
What are invertebrates?
Creatures without a backbone.
: octopus, insects, jellfish
What are mammals?
Warm blooded vertebrates.
: dolphins, porpoises, humans
Which is the world's largest ocean?
The Pacific Ocean
Which is the warmest ocean?
The Indian Ocean
Where most of the fish live in the ocean is under this part of land
the Continental shelf
All marine animals breathe air with
The largest mammal that has ever lived
the Blue whale
The largest fish is the
This fish swims upstream where it was born to lay eggs