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G3 Q1 Science Review

Quiz by Jessica Taylor

Grade 3
Science (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1
    Sam drew a picture in the condensation that formed on the window in her bedroom. Which of the following is NOT an example of condensation?
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    The water left on the mirror after a shower.
    The water on the morning grass.
    The water on the outside of a glass of cold water.
    The water left from an ice cube outside in the sun.
    30s
  • Q2
    Dolly is exploring the mass of different fruits. Which tool should she use to measure the mass of the fruits?
    graduated cylinder
    pan balance
    magnet
    thermometer
    30s
  • Q3
    Dot created the chart below for three different buckets of materials. What conclusion can Dot make about the buckets?
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    None of the buckets contain mixtures.
    Bucket 3 does not contain a mixture, because there are fewer than two substances.
    Bucket 2 does not contain a mixture, because all the substances are food.
    All three buckets contain mixtures, because they have two or more substances.
    30s
  • Q4
    When the man pulls the rope, the box moves up. What type of energy is the man using to lift the box?
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    Light
    Sound
    Mechanical
    Thermal
    30s
  • Q5
    Ms. Moretz’s class was measuring the temperature of the air in the shade and in the sun. What is the difference in degrees between the temperatures in the shade and the sun?
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    F 20ºC
    10ºC
    50ºC
    30ºC
    30s
  • Q6
    Maggie combined sand and gravel together in science class. How does she know she created a mixture?
    Because it cannot be easily separated
    Because it can easily be separated
    Because both the sand and gravel sink if placed in water
    Because both the sand and gravel are solids
    30s
  • Q7
    If you have your back to a person and he claps his hands, what form of energy lets you know what happened?
    Thermal
    Mechanical
    Sound
    Light
    30s
  • Q8
    Ms. Majors’ class was investigating the following objects’ ability to sink or float.
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    Steel nail, glass marble, rock, and metal spoon
    Beach ball, steel nail, glass marble, and rock
    Plastic straw, steel nail, beach ball, and rock
    Metal spoon, glass marble, steel nail, and plastic straw
    30s
  • Q9
    Maggie measured the temperature of a pot of water in degrees Celsius. What is the temperature of the water?
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    110ºC
    115ºC
    104ºC
    102ºC
    30s
  • Q10
    Which of the following is an example of a mixture that can be separated in a physical way?
    Milk and chocolate syrup
    Water and salt
    Contents of a recycling bin
    Green and yellow cake frosting
    30s
  • Q11
    Jennifer loves to make hand shadows on her wall and tell stories. What type of energy does Jennifer need for the shadows to show up on the wall?
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    Mechanical
    Light
    Sound
    Thermal
    30s
  • Q12
    Buddy tested the magnetism of six objects. Which two objects received a "yes" in the “Magnetic” column?
    Glass cup & iron nail
    Wooden popsicle stick & iron nail
    Iron nail & steel paper clip
    Steel paper clip & plastic spoon
    30s
  • Q13
    Donnie was asked to classify and explain the state of matter shown in the pictures. Which classification or explanation is correct?
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    The smoke has a definite shape, so it is a solid.
    The shoe does not have a definite shape and size, so it is a liquid.
    The shoe expands to take the shape of its container, so it is a gas.
    The milk takes the shape of the container, so it is a liquid.
    30s
  • Q14
    Water in the liquid state can be changed into the solid state by which process?
    Melting
    Condensation
    Evaporation
    Freezing
    30s
  • Q15
    In the science lab, there were three jars as shown below. Which of the following is a mixture?
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    Jars 1 and 2 are mixtures because each has two or more substances, and they can be separated.
    All three jars are mixtures because they can be physically separated.
    None are mixtures.
    Only Jar 1 is a mixture because it has two or more substances, and they can be separated.
    30s

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