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Gr 4 Sci BM 3 2021-2022

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  • Q1

    4.PS4.3

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    Light moving through the lens bends and changes the color of the coin.

    A Light moving through the lens makes the coin grow larger.

    Light moving through the lens creates a shadow on the coin.

    Light moving through the lens bends to make the coin appear larger.

    60s
  • Q2

    4.ESS1.2 

    Which statement best describes how shadows change throughout the day?

    Shadows are longest in the early morning, get shorter, and then get longer again in the afternoon.

    Shadows are longest in the early morning and shortest in the afternoon.

    Shadows are shortest in the early morning and longest in the afternoon.

    Shadows are shortest in the early morning, get longer, and then get shorter again in the afternoon.

    60s
  • Q3

    4.ESS1.1

    Several million years ago, the Colorado River and the land around it were at the same level. This region is now a canyon with a narrow river running through it.

    What caused the canyon’s formation?

    The rock layers absorbed river water over time, causing the canyon.

    Layers of sediment from the river were added to the canyon’s walls.

    The flowing river weathered and carved through the canyon’s rocks.

    River water evaporated over time, leaving behind the canyon.

    60s
  • Q4

    4.ESS3.2

    Fracking is a way to mine for fossil fuels. The process shoots liquid into rocks buried deep in the ground. This makes the rocks crack to release oil and gas.

    Which problem could this form of mining create?

    Oil and gas can leak into surrounding groundwater.

    Bees and butterflies can be harmed by radio waves.

    Flying birds can be hit and killed by the moving oil and gas.

    Surface soil can be washed away by water more easily.

    60s
  • Q5

    4.LS2.5

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    seaweed

    icefish

    tuna

    parrotfish

    60s
  • Q6

    4.ETS2.3

    Which changes will increase the benefits of cars by decreasing possible risks to passengers or the environment?

    Change the seat coverings from cloth to plastic.

    Add additional airbags to locations where injuries often happen.

    Paint the cars a different color. 

    Change the shape of the blinker lights to signal turning.

    60s
  • Q7

    4.ETS2.3

    Which changes will increase the benefits of cars by decreasing possible risks to passengers or the environment?

    Paint the cars a different color. 

    Change the shape of the blinker lights to signal turning.

    Change the cars so that they do not need fossil fuels to run.

    Change the seat coverings from cloth to plastic.

    60s
  • Q8

    4.LS4.1

    Fossilized leaves are found in the desert by a construction crew. Scientists determine the leaves are from a tree that grew in heavily forested areas 150 million years ago. The fossilized leaves have some characteristics in common with present-day oak tree leaves.

    What can scientists learn from this discovery?

    Oak trees once grew in the area where the fossilized leaves were found.

    The area where the fossilized leaves were found was once covered by a forest.

    The desert air changed the leaves into fossils.

    Desert plants started to grow near the fossils 150 million years ago.

    60s
  • Q9

    4.PS3.2

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  • Q10

    4.ESS2.2

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    large river

    desert

    rainforest

    continent border

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  • Q11

    4.ESS2.4

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    The inner core is the thickest layer, while the crust is the thinnest layer.

    The mantle is the thickest layer, while the crust is the thinnest layer.

    The mantle is the thickest layer, while the inner core is the thinnest layer.

    The crust is the thickest layer, while the inner core is the thinnest layer.

    60s
  • Q12

    4.PS3.3

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    Potential energy; decrease the amount of twists in the rubber band.

    Kinetic energy; decrease the amount of twists in the rubber band.

    Potential energy; increase the amount of twists in the rubber band.

    Kinetic energy; increase the amount of twists in the rubber band.

    60s
  • Q13

    4.PS3.2

    How does energy change as the boat is placed in the water and starts moving forward?

    Potential energy increases.

    Kinetic energy decreases.

    Kinetic energy changes to potential energy.

    Potential energy changes to kinetic energy.

    60s
  • Q14

    4.LS2.2

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  • Q15

    4.ESS3.1

    Which statement best explains using wind as an energy resource?

    Wind is a nonrenewable resource because it comes from the sky.

    Wind is a renewable resource because it can only be used when it is windy.

    Wind is a nonrenewable resource because moving air cannot be reused.

    Wind is a renewable resource because moving air cannot be used up.

    60s

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