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Earth Science Review

Quiz by Ann Rhodes

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  • Q1
    Water helps in the making of soil. Which of these is something water does to form soil?
    It flows in streams that go to the ocean.
    It turns into steam when it gets very hot.
    It breaks down rock into small pieces.
    It makes up the tiny drops in a cloud.
    20s
  • Q2
    Large rocks are found at the edge of West Point Lake. How will water from the lake change the rocks over time?
    It will change the color of the rocks.
    It will wear down the rocks.
    It will make the rocks heavier
    It will help plants grow on the rocks.
    20s
  • Q3
    Hannah's family went to the beach during Spring Break. While they were there, Hannah noticed that rocks close to the water were smooth, and the rocks farther away from the water had more jagged edges. What MOST LIKELY caused the rocks to be smooth instead of rough?
    the sun shining on the rocks
    fish swimming over the rocks
    birds pecking at the rocks
    waves crashing down on the rocks
    20s
  • Q4
    Some third grade students are going to Folkston, Georgia to visit the Okefenokee Swamp. They have never visited a swamp before. What would be the BEST way to describe the area of the Okefenokee Swamp?
    warm and wet
    warm and dry
    cold and snowing
    cold and wet
    20s
  • Q5
    Kayden's science teacher held up a picture of a black bear. The teacher explained to Kayden's class that black bears can be found in more than region of Georgia. In which region of Georgia would you MOST LIKELY see a black bear?
    coastal plain
    Atlantic Ocean
    marsh
    mountains
    20s
  • Q6
    Which animal could NOT survive in the Georgia mountains?
    bear
    frog
    owl
    shark
    20s
  • Q7
    Which animal would you MOST LIKELY find in a marsh?
    shark
    alligator
    deer
    bear
    20s
  • Q8
    The Georgia habitat is made up of rolling hills and red clay. Forests are made up of sweet gums, maples, elms, and birches. Animals such as chipmunks, deer, squirrels and mice roam this area. Which habitat does this describe?
    Atlantic Ocean
    Piedmont
    Mountains
    Swamp
    20s
  • Q9
    The Okefenokee is located in which region?
    ocean
    swamp
    piedmont
    coastal plain
    20s
  • Q10
    Which of these is MOST LIKELY reason why some flowers in the mountains of Georgia are brightly colored?
    The bright colors attract animals that will spread pollen.
    The bright colors help the flowers absorb light.
    The bright colors help the plant to store water.
    The bright colors send messages to other plants.
    20s
  • Q11
    Which is true about a green plant?
    The flowers support the plant.
    The roots take in sunlight.
    The leaves make food for the plant.
    Plants need to eat food to get energy.
    20s
  • Q12
    Plants need all of the following to survive EXCEPT:
    dust
    air
    sunlight
    water
    20s
  • Q13
    Which statement is TRUE about plants?
    They can grown in any environment.
    They get nutrients from their environment.
    Animals do not help them.
    They depend on humans to help them grow.
    20s
  • Q14
    Soil in some wetlands does not have many nutrients. How do pitcher plants get extra nutrients?
    from sunlight
    from the muddy water
    through their knees
    by catching small insects
    20s
  • Q15
    Marsh grass lives in an area next to the coast. This area is often flooded with salt water from the ocean. Marsh grass adapted to this area because it can tolerate the _________ from the ocean.
    salt
    sea gulls
    wind
    crabs
    20s

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