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Daily Science Review #1 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are designing an experiment to find out which As it moves through glass, light can do which of
type of frog can jump farther. Which is a the following?
controlled variable (variable that does not
change) in this experiment? O A. refract
O B. reflect
O A. jumping distance O C. release
O B. type of frog O D. A and B
O C. color of the frog
O D. texture of the jumping surface 4.SI.C.3 5.PS.F.5

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What is wrong with this statement?
A beaver’s dam is always beneficial to an What is this a model of?
ecosystem.
O A. day and night
O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement. O B. the water cycle
O B. A beaver’s dam can cause harm to other O C. rock formation
animals’ habitats as it diverts water. O D. weather
O C. A beaver’s dam is never beneficial to an forecasting
ecosystem.
O D. A beaver’s dam is always detrimental
3.LS.C.6 4.ES.D.3
to an ecosystem.
Daily Science Week in Review #1(GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. Light ____________________________ and __________________________ as it moves through glass.

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2. Changes in an ecosystem can be beneficial, neutral or _______________________.

3. Evaporation, condensation and ______________________________ are a part of the water cycle.

4. Variables that do not change in an experiment are _______________________ variables.

Give one example of how a beaver’s dam is beneficial to the ecosystem and one example of how it is
detrimental. Use words and pictures to help explain your answers. Label all pictures.

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Daily Science Review #2 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are measuring the distance (in cm) that a toy Which organism goes through a metamorphic
car travels down the school hallway. Which would change in its life cycle?
be the best instrument to use?
O A. a frog
O A. a centimeter ruler O B. a snake
O B. an inch ruler O C. a human child
O C. a yardstick O D. a bird
O D. a meter stick
4.SI.A.1 3.LS.A.1

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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What is wrong with this statement?
Hawks, and other birds of prey, use their sharp This diagram represents
talons to dig through the dirt to find worms.
O A. a food chain
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O B. the transfer of energy
O B. Birds of prey use their sharp talons to grab its O C. a life cycle
prey and tear its flesh. O D. photosynthesis
O C. Birds of prey do not have sharp talons.
O D. Birds of prey use their sharp beaks to dig for
worms.
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Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. Metamorphosis is a drastic _____________________ in appearance during a life cycle.

Grade 5
2. Animals have specific structures that ensure their _______________________.

3. Centimeters are a unit of measure in the ____________________________.

4. The process that organisms go through from birth to death is their ________________________.

Draw a picture of an organism’s life cycle. Label all pictures.

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Daily Science Review #3 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Jaime is conducting an experiment on seed growth. He is If you leave chocolate near a window on a sunny
using two identical containers each having the same day it will melt. This is an example of
amount and type of seed. One container is watered with
tap water and the other with sea water. Which of the
following questions is testable in this scientific investigation? O A. a chemical change
O B. metamorphosis
O A Do beans need light in order to grow? O C. a physical change
O B Can beans grow faster in groups of eight? O D. a simple change
O C Does sea water affect bean growth?
O D How much water is needed for beans to
grow? 4.SI.C.3
4.PS.A.1

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Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

What is wrong with the following statement? What is the most likely cause of the
All pollutants are man-made. temperature change of these hands?

O A. Pollutants are good for the environment. O A. Heat is produced by rubbing the hands
O B. Water pollution is caused by dead fish. together.
O C. Dead organisms are dangerous pollutants. O B. The sun is really hot.
O D. Volcanic eruptions cause natural pollutants. O C. The room is too hot.
O D. The person is holding a hot piece of metal.
3.ST.A.2
4.PS.D.5
Daily Science Week in Review #3 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Pollutants can be _____________________ or _____________________.

2. A(n) _______________________ is a possible explanation for an observation of scientific phenomena.

3. Friction can cause a change in ___________________________.

4. When an object is changed but can return to its original state it has gone through a
__________________ change.

What hypothesis can you make about the affect that salt water will have on plant growth? Use words

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and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You see cumulonimbus clouds in the west. What Plants need carbon dioxide for what process?
do you predict the weather will be?
O A. photosynthesis
O A. fair and sunny O B. decomposition
O B. cloudy and warm O C. energy transfer
O C. stormy O D. extinction
O D. snowy
4.SI.B.2 4.LS.B.2

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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What Is wrong with this statement?
If an object is transparent it is made of glass.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. A B


O B. Plastic water bottles are transparent.
O C. All glass is transparent but not all transparent Which clouds are more likely to have rain
objects are glass. associated with them?
O D. All glass is opaque. O A. A – cirrus clouds
O B. B – cumulonimbus clouds
O C. neither A or B
4.PS.B.3 4.ES.D.7
O D. both A and B
Daily Science Week in Review #4 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. Cumulonimbus clouds are a good predictor of ______________________ weather.

Grade 5
2. Photosynthesis requires the gas _________________________, water and sunlight to produce sugar.

3. _________________ clouds have a wispy appearance.

4. Objects can be sorted based on their characteristics or _______________________.

What would you be able to observe in the sky that indicated there is a storm coming?

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Use words and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Kayla collected 5 rocks on her field trip. Four out of the five
rocks had fossils of seashells on them. She made a chart Harley cannot get his paper airplane to move
and asked her classmates about their rocks. Out of the 58
horizontally. What solution would help his design
rocks collected 49 had seashell fossils A reasonable
explanation would be problem?

O A. The class went to the ocean for their field trip. O A. Throw the airplane out of a window.
O B. Someone put the rocks there. O B. Use a weight on the front of the airplane.
O C. The area of their field trip was once an O C. Use a larger sheet of paper.
ocean. O D. There is no solution for the design problem.
O D. There is no reasonable explanation. 4.SK.C.2 3.ST.B.5

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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4.SK.C.2
What is wrong with the following statement? What land form is pictured below?
Gases are not matter because most are invisible.
O A. a valley
O A. Gases are matter because they take up O B. a delta
space whether they are visible or not. O C. a glacier
O B. Only gases that are visible are matter. O D. a river
O C. Gas has no shape so it is not matter.
O D. There is nothing wrong with the statement.

4.ES.B.8
4.PS.B.4
Daily Science Week in Review #5 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A ________________ is an area that is formed where a river flows into an ocean.

2. Blowing up a balloon shows that _______________________ take up space.

3. Analyzing data should lead to __________________________ explanations.

4. When there is a design problem, brainstorm possible ____________________ to the problem.

How is a delta formed? Use words and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.

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Daily Science Review #6 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Day
Which instrument measures the speed of wind?
Temp 72°F 77°F 78°F 82°F 70°F

The following chart shows the temperature O A. a barometer


recorded by a 5TH grade classroom. Which process O B. a thermometer
skill did they use to complete the chart? O C. an anemometer
O A. communicating findings O D. a weather vane
O B. defining operationally
O C. hypothesizing
O D. experimenting 3.SI.B.3 4.ES.D.4

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Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week
Which direction did the snow over Ohio most likely
What is wrong with the following statement? come from?
Ohio
All mammals give birth to live young. O A. north
O B. south
O A. All mammals lay eggs. O C. east
O B. Most mammals give birth to live young. O D. west
O C. There is nothing wrong with the statement.
O D. All birds give birth to live young.

3.LS.B.3
4.ES.D.6
Daily Science Week in Review #6 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. An anemometer measures the ___________________ of wind.

Grade 5
2. Most of Ohio’s weather comes from the ___________________.

3. The platypus and echidnas (spiny anteaters) are the only _____________________ that lays eggs.

4. Making charts is one way to ________________________ your findings.

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You are collecting data on daily rainfall. How should you communicate your findings? Use words
and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
Gerald wanted to do an experiment using Kool- Maya found a rock that is soft with flat layers and

Grade 5
Aid to water his plants. His guiding question is a fossil in it. What type of rock does she have?
whether or not plants will grow using Kool-Aid.
Gerald says that the plants will grow. O A. cement
O B. metamorphic
O A. The bolded statement is a fact. O C. igneous
O B. The bolded statement is an opinion. O D. sedimentary
O C. The bolded statement is both a fact and
opinion.
O D. The bolded statement is neither a fact nor
3.ES.C.1
an opinion. 4.SK.A.1

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Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week
humus
What Is wrong with this statement?
Soil with a lot of clay holds more water and topsoil
nutrients. subsoil
parent material

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. Soil with a lot of silt holds more water and Which part of this soil column is the oldest?
nutrients. O A. humus
O C. Soil with a lot of sand holds more water and O B. topsoil
nutrients. O C. subsoil
O D. All soil holds water equally as well. O D. parent material
3.ES.C.6
3.ES.C.5
Daily Science Week in Review #7 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. ________________ is the top layer of soil with decaying organic material.

Grade 5
2. The _________________________ of soil is determined by its sand, silt and/or clay content.

3. _________________ rocks are formed by volcanic action.

4. A(n) _______________________ is a statement of a person’s beliefs.

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Write one fact about soil and one opinion about rocks. Use words and pictures to explain your answer.
Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #8 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
How can you find out the affect that computers
have on learning? How does water vapor form in the sky?

O A. Observe a class where computers are used. O A. It forms by condensation.


O B. Design an investigation around a question O B. It forms by precipitation.
about computer use and learning. O C. It forms by evaporation.
O C. Ask your teacher. O D. There is no water vapor in the sky.
O D. Write to the editor of your local paper. 4.ES.D.2
3.ST.A.3

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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What is wrong with the following statement? Which part of this plant helps carry nutrients to the
Animals help plants by carrying pollen to other other parts of the plant?
species.
O A. stem
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O B. petals
O B. Animals help plants by carrying pollen to O C. flower
other like plants. O D. fruit
O C. Animals do not carry pollen
O D. Only birds can carry pollen.
4.LS.A.2 4.LS.B.3
Daily Science Week in Review #8 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. The function of the leaves is to absorb _______________ for producing food.

Grade 5
2. Water returns to the Earth in the form of ________________________.

3. Carrying pollen is one way that animals ____________________ with plants.

4. Designing a(n) ________________________ is one way to find out information and gather data.

Draw and label a plant with at least 4 structures.

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Daily Science Review #9 (GP1)

Name ___________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Microscopes are needed to view all of the
following except Which organism cannot survive in an underwater
ecosystem?
O A. eye color
O B. skin cells O A. a whale
O C. flea structures O B. an earthworm
O D. atoms O C. an anemone
O D. a dolphin
3.LS.C.4
3.SI.A.1

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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What force must act on these steel balls to make
What is wrong with the following statement? them come together without touching them?
Mixing vinegar and baking soda is a physical
change.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. This is a chemical change. O A. inertia
O C. There will be no change. O B. a push
O D. There will be a temporary change. O C. a pull
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O D. magnetism
Daily Science Week in Review #9 (GP1)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A ___________________ change produces a new material with different properties than the original
materials.

2. ______________________________ is a non-contact force that affects the motion of an object.

3. An organisms needs must be met in the ____________________ that it lives in.

4. A(n) ________________________________ is a tool that enables us to see small objects in more detail
than the naked eye can.

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Draw a picture of a contact force that affects the motion of an object. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #1 (GP1)

Name ________KEY____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are designing an experiment to find out which As it moves through glass, light can do which of
type of frog can jump farther. Which is a the following?
controlled variable (variable that does not
change) in this experiment? O A. refract
O B. reflect
O A. jumping distance O C. release
O B. type of frog O D. A and B
O C. color of the frog
O D. texture of the jumping surface 4.SI.C.3 5.PS.F.5

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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What is wrong with this statement?
A beaver’s dam is always beneficial to an What is this a model of?
ecosystem.
O A. day and night
O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement. O B. the water cycle
O B. A beaver’s dam can cause harm to other O C. rock formation
animals’ habitats as it diverts water. O D. weather
O C. A beaver’s dam is never beneficial to an forecasting
ecosystem.
O D. A beaver’s dam is always detrimental
3.LS.C.6 4.ES.D.3
to an ecosystem.
Daily Science Week in Review #1(GP1)

Name _______KEY___________________ Date ___________________

1. Light ________refracts_________ and ______reflects_________ as it moves through glass.

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2. Changes in an ecosystem can be beneficial, neutral or _____detrimental________.

3. Evaporation, condensation and _________precipitation_________ are a part of the water cycle.

4. Variables that do not change in an experiment are _____controlled_______ variables.

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Give one example of how a beaver’s dam is beneficial to the ecosystem and one example of how it is
detrimental. Use words and pictures to help explain your answers. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP1)

Name ________KEY___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
You are measuring the distance (in cm) that a toy Which organism goes through a metamorphic
car travels down the school hallway. Which would change in its life cycle?
be the best instrument to use?
O A. a frog
O A. a centimeter ruler O B. a snake
O B. an inch ruler O C. a human child
O C. a yardstick O D. a bird
O D. a meter stick
4.SI.A.1 3.LS.A.1

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Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week
What is wrong with this statement?
Hawks, and other birds of prey, use their sharp This diagram represents
talons to dig through the dirt to find worms.
O A. a food chain
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O B. the transfer of energy
O B. Birds of prey use their sharp talons to grab its O C. a life cycle
prey and tear its flesh. O D. photosynthesis
O C. Birds of prey do not have sharp talons.
O D. Birds of prey use their sharp beaks to dig for
worms.
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Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP1)

Name _____KEY___________________ Date ___________________

1. Metamorphosis is a drastic ______change_______ in appearance during a life cycle.

Grade 5
2. Animals have specific structures that ensure their _________survival_______.

3. Centimeters are a unit of measure in the ______metric system_________.

4. The process that organisms go through from birth to death is their _____life cycle_______.

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Draw a picture of an organism’s life cycle. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP1)

Name ________ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Jaime is conducting an experiment on seed growth. He is If you leave chocolate near a window on a sunny
using two identical containers each having the same day it will melt. This is an example of
amount and type of seed. One container is watered with
tap water and the other with sea water. Which of the
following questions is testable in this scientific investigation? O A. a chemical change
O B. metamorphosis
O A Do beans need light in order to grow? O C. a physical change
O B Can beans grow faster in groups of eight? O D. a simple change
O C Does sea water affect bean growth?
O D How much water is needed for beans to
grow? 4.SI.C.3

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4.PS.A.1

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

What is wrong with the following statement? What is the most likely cause of the
All pollutants are man-made. temperature change of these hands?

O A. Pollutants are good for the environment. O A. Heat is produced by rubbing the hands
O B. Water pollution is caused by dead fish. together.
O C. Dead organisms are dangerous pollutants. O B. The sun is really hot.
O D. Volcanic eruptions cause natural pollutants. O C. The room is too hot.
O D. The person is holding a hot piece of metal.
3.ST.A.2

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4.PS.D.5

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Daily Science Week in Review #3 (GP1)

Name ___________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Pollutants can be _____natural_______ or man-made_________.

2. A(n) ____hypothesis______ is a possible explanation for an observation of scientific phenomena.

3. Friction can cause a change in _______temperature_______.

4. When an object is changed but can return to its original state it has gone through a
____physical_____ change.

What hypothesis can you make about the affect that salt water will have on plant growth? Use words

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and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP1)

Name ________ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You see cumulonimbus clouds in the west. What Plants need carbon dioxide for what process?
do you predict the weather will be?
O A. photosynthesis
O A. fair and sunny O B. decomposition
O B. cloudy and warm O C. energy transfer
O C. stormy O D. extinction
O D. snowy
4.SI.B.2 4.LS.B.2

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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What Is wrong with this statement?
If an object is transparent it is made of glass.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. A B


O B. Plastic water bottles are transparent.
O C. All glass is transparent but not all transparent Which clouds are more likely to have rain
objects are glass. associated with them?
O D. All glass is opaque. O A. A – cirrus clouds
O B. B – cumulonimbus clouds
O C. neither A or B
4.PS.B.3 4.ES.D.7
O D. both A and B
Daily Science Week in Review #4 (GP1)

Name _______KEY_____________________ Date ___________________

1. Cumulonimbus clouds are a good predictor of _____stormy______ weather.

Grade 5
2. Photosynthesis requires the gas ____carbon dioxide_________, water and sunlight to produce sugar.

3. ____Cirrus___ clouds have a wispy appearance.

4. Objects can be sorted based on their characteristics or _____properties_____.

What would you be able to observe in the sky that indicated there is a storm coming?

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Use words and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP1)

Name ________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Kayla collected 5 rocks on her field trip. Four out of the five
rocks had fossils of seashells on them. She made a chart Harley cannot get his paper airplane to move
and asked her classmates about their rocks. Out of the 58
horizontally. What solution would help his design
rocks collected 49 had seashell fossils A reasonable
explanation would be problem?

O A. The class went to the ocean for their field trip. O A. Throw the airplane out of a window.
O B. Someone put the rocks there. O B. Use a weight on the front of the airplane.
O C. The area of their field trip was once an O C. Use a larger sheet of paper.
ocean. O D. There is no solution for the design problem.
O D. There is no reasonable explanation. 4.SK.C.2 3.ST.B.5

Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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4.SK.C.2
What is wrong with the following statement? What land form is pictured below?
Gases are not matter because most are invisible.
O A. a valley
O A. Gases are matter because they take up O B. a delta
space whether they are visible or not. O C. a glacier
O B. Only gases that are visible are matter. O D. a river
O C. Gas has no shape so it is not matter.
O D. There is nothing wrong with the statement.

4.ES.B.8
4.PS.B.4
Daily Science Week in Review #5 (GP1)

Name ______KEY____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A ____delta____ is an area that is formed where a river flows into an ocean.

2. Blowing up a balloon shows that ________gas_____ take up space.

3. Analyzing data should lead to ____reasonable_________ explanations.

4. When there is a design problem, brainstorm possible _____solutions_____ to the problem.

How is a delta formed? Use words and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.

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Daily Science Review #6 (GP1)

Name _________ KEY ____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri
Day
Which instrument measures the speed of wind?
Temp 72°F 77°F 78°F 82°F 70°F

The following chart shows the temperature O A. a barometer


recorded by a 5TH grade classroom. Which process O B. a thermometer
skill did they use to complete the chart? O C. an anemometer
O A. communicating findings O D. a weather vane
O B. defining operationally
O C. hypothesizing
O D. experimenting 3.SI.B.3 4.ES.D.4

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Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week
Which direction did the snow over Ohio most likely
What is wrong with the following statement? come from?
Ohio
All mammals give birth to live young. O A. north
O B. south
O A. All mammals lay eggs. O C. east
O B. Most mammals give birth to live young. O D. west
O C. There is nothing wrong with the statement.
O D. All birds give birth to live young.

3.LS.B.3
4.ES.D.6
Daily Science Week in Review #6 (GP1)

Name ____________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. An anemometer measures the ________speed___ of wind.

2. Most of Ohio’s weather comes from the _____west____.

3. The platypus and echidnas (spiny anteaters) are the only ________mammals_____ that lays eggs.

4. Making charts is one way to ________communicate_____ your findings.

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You are collecting data on daily rainfall. How should you communicate your findings? Use words
and/or pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP1)

Name ________KEY_____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Gerald wanted to do an experiment using Kool- Maya found a rock that is soft with flat layers and
Aid to water his plants. His guiding question is a fossil in it. What type of rock does she have?
whether or not plants will grow using Kool-Aid.
Gerald says that the plants will grow. O A. cement
O B. metamorphic
O A. The bolded statement is a fact. O C. igneous
O B. The bolded statement is an opinion. O D. sedimentary
O C. The bolded statement is both a fact and
opinion.
O D. The bolded statement is neither a fact nor
3.ES.C.1
an opinion. 4.SK.A.1

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Wednesday - Misconception of the Week Thursday - Graphic of the Week
humus
What Is wrong with this statement?
Soil with a lot of clay holds more water and topsoil
nutrients. subsoil
parent material

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. Soil with a lot of silt holds more water and Which part of this soil column is the oldest?
nutrients. O A. humus
O C. Soil with a lot of sand holds more water and O B. topsoil
nutrients. O C. subsoil
O D. All soil holds water equally as well. O D. parent material
3.ES.C.6
3.ES.C.5
Daily Science Week in Review #7 (GP1)

Name _________KEY___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. __Humus__ is the top layer of soil with decaying organic material.

2. The ____texture_______ of soil is determined by its sand, silt and/or clay content.

3. __Igneous___ rocks are formed by volcanic action.

4. A(n) ____opinion_______ is a statement of a person’s beliefs.

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Write one fact about soil and one opinion about rocks. Use words and pictures to explain your answer.
Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #8 (GP1)

Name ______KEY____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
How can you find out the affect that computers
have on learning? How does water vapor form in the sky?

O A. Observe a class where computers are used. O A. It forms by condensation.


O B. Design an investigation around a question O B. It forms by precipitation.
about computer use and learning. O C. It forms by evaporation.
O C. Ask your teacher. O D. There is no water vapor in the sky.
O D. Write to the editor of your local paper. 4.ES.D.2
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What is wrong with the following statement? Which part of this plant helps carry nutrients to the
Animals help plants by carrying pollen to other other parts of the plant?
species.
O A. stem
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O B. petals
O B. Animals help plants by carrying pollen to O C. flower
other like plants. O D. fruit
O C. Animals do not carry pollen
O D. Only birds can carry pollen.
4.LS.A.2 4.LS.B.3
Daily Science Week in Review #8 (GP1)

Name _________KEY_____________________ Date ___________________

1. The function of the leaves is to absorb _____sunlight___ for producing food.

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4. Water returns to the Earth in the form of _____precipitation________.

5. Carrying pollen is one way that animals ______interact___ with plants.

4. Designing a(n) _____investigation_______ is one way to find out information and gather data.

Draw and label a plant with at least 4 structures.

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Daily Science Review #9 (GP1)

Name ________KEY_____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Microscopes are needed to view all of the
following except Which organism cannot survive in an underwater
ecosystem?
O A. eye color
O B. skin cells O A. a whale
O C. flea structures O B. an earthworm
O D. atoms O C. an anemone
O D. a dolphin
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What force must act on these steel balls to make
What is wrong with the following statement? them come together without touching them?
Mixing vinegar and baking soda is a physical
change.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. This is a chemical change. O A. inertia
O C. There will be no change. O B. a push
O D. There will be a temporary change. O C. a pull
4.PS.A.2
O D. magnetism
Daily Science Week in Review #9 (GP1)

Name _________KEY____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
5. A _______chemical___________ change produces a new material with different properties than the
original materials.

6. ______Magnetism or gravity_________ is a non-contact force that affects the motion of an object.

7. An organisms needs must be met in the ____ecosystem____ that it lives in.

8. A(n) ________microscope_________ is a tool that enables us to see small objects in more detail than
the naked eye can.

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Draw a picture of a contact force that affects the motion of an object. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #1 (GP2)
Name _________________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
In an ecosystem, the sun, air, water and soil are
1 2 3
O A. antibiotics
4 5 6 O B. biotics
O C. abiotics
O D. non-renewable
Which pieces of laboratory equipment shown
above are used for safety?
O A. 1 and 2 O C. 3 and 4
O B. 3 and 5 O D. 4 and 6 4.SI.A.1
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What is wrong with the following statement? The carnivore in this food
The movement of the sun causes day and night. chain is the
O A. The sun doesn’t move around the Earth
O B. The rotation of the Earth causes day5.SI.A.1
and
O A. sun
night. O B. grass
O C. The orbit of the Earth causes day and night. O C. deer
O D. A and B O D. wolf

5.LS.B.3
5.ES.A.1
Daily Science Review Week in #1 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. In an ecosystem, sun, air, water and soil are __________________________.

2. The _________________________ of the Earth causes day and night.

3. ______________________ are animals that eat other animals.

4. _______________________ provide protection for your eyes during a science investigation.

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Draw a simple food chain. Use arrows to indicate the transfer of energy. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Maria is setting up an experiment with two plants Animals use mimicry to
to see if fertilizer increases the growth rate of
plants. Which variables should stay the same? O A. reproduce
O B. to protect themselves from predators
O A. the type of fertilizer O C. for entertainment
O B. the type of plants O D. assist metamorphosis
O C. the amount of water
O D. all of the above
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What is wrong with this statement? This graphic indicates that
Almost all kinds of animals’ food can be traced robins do not live in Canada
back to animals. and some parts of the
northern United States during
O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement. the winter. Why do robins
O B. Not all animals are carnivorous. migrate south?
O C. Animals so not eat other animals.
O D. You cannot trace an animal’s food source. O A. There is no shelter for them up north.
O B. They are looking for water.
5.LS.B.2 O C. The availability of food is scarce. 5.LS.C.5

O D. They do not adapt to the cold.


Daily Science Review Week in #2 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. Animals _________________________ when food sources become scarce.

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2. Most animals’ food source can be traced back to ___________________.

3. In an experiment, most ________________________ remain the same to provide a fair experiment.

4. Animals may use camouflage or _______________________ to protect themselves from predators.

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In the northern part of North America, the weather becomes cold and animals must adapt to the
temperature change. Name two adaptations or behaviors that animals use during colder months.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Jaleel wants to know if he can change the drying As the hawk population increases in an ecosystem
time of puddles on his driveway. Which of the the population of deer mouse will most likely
following tools will help him in this investigation? decrease due to

O A. a thermometer O A. the deer mouse lacking in food source.


O B. a microscope O B. the deer mouse being exposed to disease.
O C. a tape measure O C. the deer mouse being prey of the hawks.
O D. a stopwatch O D. the deer mouse moving to a safer location.
5.LS.C.5
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A scientist is studying how weather and erosion Groundhogs have underground
can change the shape of a mountain. The scientist burrows like the one in this picture.
will need to collect this information over what kind If this burrow was in an ecosystem
of time period to gather the MOST accurate data? where there were snakes, what
type of change would it be for
O A. days the snake?
O B. years
O C. weeks O A. detrimental
O D. months O B. neutral
4.ES.B.10 O C. beneficial 5.LS.C.6

O D. partisan
Daily Science Review Week in #3 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Groundhog burrows can be ________________________ to snakes because snakes cannot dig and
need shelter.

2. _________________________ is a slow change of the Earth’s surface.

3. Selecting the right ____________________ for an investigation is necessary for accuracy.

4. Populations in a(n) ______________________ are dependent upon each other for energy.

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Describe two slow changes of Earth’s surface. Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
Lab partners measured the same plant during What natural process causes the weathering of
science. The first partner measured the plant at rock?

Grade 5
10cm. The second partner came up with a
measurement of 4. What is the most likely reason O A. rain
for the discrepancy? O B. hurricanes
O C. freezing and thawing
O A. The second partner measured in inches. O D. landslides
O B. A partner measured the wrong plant.
O C. The plant was broken by the first partner.
O D. They measured the plant on different days. 4.ES.B.9
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What is wrong with this statement? Is the largest visible star in the picture (circled) the
The major role of a producer in an ecosystem is to closest star?
produce sugar (food) through photosynthesis. O A. No, but it is the largest star.
O B. It is impossible to tell from the
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. picture.
O B. Producers breakdown dead plants and O C. Yes, it is the closest because it
animals. is the largest.
O C. They transfer energy to the soil. O D. No, the sun is the largest star.
O D. They are an abiotic and do not produce
sugar. 5.LS.B.1 5.ES.A.4
Daily Science Review Week in #4 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. Freezing and thawing are types of _________________________________.

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2. _______________________ make their own food in an ecosystem.

3. The _________________ of a star cannot be determined by the naked eye.

4. Scientists must clearly communicate their methods and findings to ensure __________________ results.

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Freezing and thawing is a slow process to change the Earth’s surface. Name one fast process that
changes the Earth’s surface.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
In class, Jaleesha is having a hard time pulling her

Grade 5
seat closer to the table. Which solution is the most Deciduous trees are trees that
likely to work?
O stay green all year long.
O A. She can put sandpaper on the bottom of O have pinecones.
the chair legs to duce friction. O lose their leaves in the fall.
O B. She can put tennis balls on the bottom of the O grow only in the tundra.
chair legs to reduce friction.
O C. She can put sandpaper on the bottom of
the legs to increase friction. 4.LS.B.3

O D. She can put tennis balls on the bottom of the


legs to increase friction. 3.ST.B.4

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What is wrong with this statement? How is this squirrel interacting


Bioluminescence is light produced by a chemical with plants?
reaction within an organism that only protects it
from predators.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O A. It is helping disperse seeds from trees.
O B. It also helps with communication and finding O B. It is giving shelter to trees.
a mate. O C. It is providing food for trees.
O C. It only helps in communication. O D. The squirrel is not interacting with plants.
O D. It only helps in finding a mate.
3.LS.B.2
Daily Science Review Week in #5 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Trees that lose their leaves during the year are called _________________________.

2. Some animals interact with plants by _______________________ their seeds.

3. The design process helps to come up with solutions to _______________________.

4. Some organisms have _________________________ like bioluminescence to assist in its survival.

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What summer beetle uses bioluminescence? What do you think the purpose of this adaptation is? Use
words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #6 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
Charlie was observing his dog’s behavior during

Grade 5
feeding time to see what kind of food the dog The Earth’s orbit is not quite circular. We call this
liked best. What should Charlie do with his a(an)
observations in order to accurately analyze his
finding? O A. egg orbit.
O A. Tell a friend what he’s doing. O B. cylindrical orbit.
O B. Keep a journal with all of his observations. O C. round orbit.
O C. Write down random ideas about his O D. elliptical orbit.
observations.
O D. Just keep observing. 3.SI.B.5
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Which layer is the youngest?
What is wrong with this statement?
The sun is the largest star in the universe. O A. 1
O B. 7
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O C. 4
O B. The sun is a medium-sized star with larger stars O D. 5
in the universe.
O C. The sun is the largest star in the galaxy.
O D. The sun is not a star.
3.ES.C.2
Daily Science Review Week in #6 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

1. The Earth’s _______________________ around the sun is elliptical.

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2. Rocks can be found in _________________________ and provide evidence of their age.

3. The _______________ is the only star in our solar system.

4. Journals are an excellent place to record _____________.

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Construct a chart that shows the temperature over 5 days. Be sure to use labels on your chart.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
A 5th grade class is doing an investigation of signs Meteorologists use which tool to measure air

Grade 5
of wildlife in the bushes on the playground. What pressure?
precautions should the class take to have a safe
investigation? O A. a barometer
O B. a thermometer
O A. They should where safety goggles and O C. a rain gauge
gloves. O D. an anemometer
O B. They should wear fireproof clothing.
O C. They should let adults do the investigation.
O D. There are no potential hazards. 5.SI.C.5
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What is wrong with this statement? Ways to reducing the use of non-
renewable resources
Bats are birds because they have wings. wear more
carpool to
clothes inside
practice
during the winter
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.
ride your bicycle
O B. Bats are reptiles. to practice
O C. Bats are the only mammals that can fly. Which word will complete this table?
O D. Bats are birds because they fly. O A. compost grass clippings
O B. use a solar-powered calculator
O C. walk to school instead of getting a ride
O D. water the lawn in the morning 5.ES.C.5
5.LS.B.3
Daily Science Review Week in #7 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A barometer measures ______________________________ in inches of mercury (in/Hg).

2. Fossil fuels are a __________________________________ resource.

3. Bats are ________________________ that can fly.

4. It is important to protect yourself with ________________________ equipment during science


investigations.

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You are conducting a science investigation that requires fire. Name two safety precautions that you
can use during the investigation?
Daily Science Review #8 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Helena and Ari were recording the daily
76° 80° 81° 81° 83°
temperature and then finding a weekly average.
Helena found that the weekly average was
76°and Ari found that it was 80°. What is MOST
Joel took these temperature measurements
likely the reason for the difference? last week. He can describe his findings as
O A. They took the temperature at different times O A. a warming trend
of the day. O B. a cold front moving in
O B. One measured in C° and the other in F°. O C. the start of spring
O C. They made up there data. 5.SI.C.6 O D. a cooling trend 4.ES.D.6
O D. 4° is not a big discrepancy.

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What is wrong with this statement?
Plants are not strong enough to breakdown rock.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. How can we maintain our freshwater supply?
O B. Plants can breakdown rocks into smaller
rocks over time. O A. We can recycle old newspapers.
O C. Only sedimentary rocks can be broken down O B. We can reuse our aluminum foil.
plants. O C. We can reduce the use of water in our
O D. Only metamorphic rock can be broken homes.
down by plants. 3.ES.C.3 O D. We cannot maintain our freshwater supply.
5.ES.D.6
Daily Science Review Week in #8 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. When analyzing similar data taken by different people, it is important to justify any
____________________________.

2. Larger rocks can be broken down into ___________________ rocks by plants over time.

3. Reducing the amount of water we use by ___________________________________ can help maintain the
resource.

4. After collecting and analyzing data, you should be able to come up with a reasonable
____________________ about the data.

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Describe at least two ways that you can reduce the amount of water you use. Use words and pictures
to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #9 (GP2)
Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
When threatened, an octopus can change color

Grade 5
to blend in with its surroundings. Which question When examining soil you may find all of the
could scientists use to study this behavior? following EXCEPT
O A. How big does an octopus get?
O B. What colors can the octopus change to O A. small rocks
when threatened? O B. decomposed plant parts
O C. What happens when a natural predator O C. decomposed animal parts
swims near the octopus? O D. large rocks
O D. How does the octopus produce a white
color on the front of its body? 4.SI.C.3
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4.SI.C.3
Thursday - Graphic of the Week

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Transparent black skin
What is wrong with this statement? hairs

Cumulonimbus clouds are tall and dense and can


Wide paws
bring thunderstorms.
Polar bears are well suited for the arctic ecosystem
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. due to their physical adaptations. Their black skin
O B. Cumulus clouds bring thunderstorms. provides
O C. Cumulonimbus clouds are wispy, high level O A. camouflage in warmer weather.
clouds. O B. a way to cool down in warmer weather.
O D. Stratus clouds bring thunderstorms. O C. a way to warm themselves in cold weather.
4.ES.D.7
O D. camouflage in colder weather.
5.LS.C.4
Daily Science Review Week in #9 (GP2)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Small rocks and decomposed plant and animal parts make up ________________________.

2. Thunderstorms are characteristic of __________________________ clouds.

3. Black skin to absorb heat and wide paws to assist in swimming and navigating the snow and ice are
two __________________________ that make the arctic region a good ecosystem for polar bears.

4. when studying phenomena, scientists develop ________________________ to guide them.

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If you were studying the sleeping habits of cats, what would be a good guiding question?
Daily Science Review #1 (GP2)

Name ____________KEY_____________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
In an ecosystem, the sun, air, water and soil are
1 2 3
O A. antibiotics
4 5 6 O B. biotics
O C. abiotics
O D. non-renewable
Which pieces of laboratory equipment shown
above are used for safety?
O A. 1 and 2 O C. 3 and 4
O B. 3 and 5 O D. 4 and 6 4.SI.A.1
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What is wrong with the following statement? The carnivore in this food
The movement of the sun causes day and night. chain is the
O A. The sun doesn’t move around the Earth
O B. The rotation of the Earth causes day and
O A. sun
night. O B. grass
O C. The orbit of the Earth causes day and night. O C. deer
O D. A and B O D. wolf

5.LS.B.3
5.ES.A.1
Daily Science Review Week in #1 (GP2)

Name _______ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. In an ecosystem, sun, air, water and soil are _______abiotics________.

2. The _____rotation________ of the Earth causes day and night.

3. ____Carnivores______ are animals that eat other animals.

4. ______Goggles________ provide protection for your eyes during a science investigation.

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Draw a simple food chain. Use arrows to indicate the transfer of energy. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP2)

Name ___________ KEY ______________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Maria is setting up an experiment with two plants Animals use mimicry to
to see if fertilizer increases the growth rate of
plants. Which variables should stay the same? O A. reproduce
O B. to protect themselves from predators
O A. the type of fertilizer O C. for entertainment
O B. the type of plants O D. assist metamorphosis
O C. the amount of water
O D. all of the above
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What is wrong with this statement? This graphic indicates that
Almost all kinds of animals’ food can be traced robins do not live in Canada
back to animals. and some parts of the
northern United States during
O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement. the winter. Why do robins
O B. Not all animals are carnivorous. migrate south?
O C. Animals so not eat other animals.
O D. You cannot trace an animal’s food source. O A. There is no shelter for them up north.
O B. They are looking for water.
5.LS.B.2 O C. The availability of food is scarce. 5.LS.C.5

O D. They do not adapt to the cold.


Daily Science Review Week in #2 (GP2)

Name ________ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Animals ____migrate____ when food sources become scarce.

2. Most animals’ food source can be traced back to _____plants_______.

3. In an experiment, most ____variables______ remain the same to provide a fair experiment.

4. Animals may use camouflage or ______mimicry______ to protect themselves from predators.

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In the northern part of North America, the weather becomes cold and animals must adapt to the
temperature change. Name two adaptations or behaviors that animals use during colder months.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP2)

Name ________KEY______________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Jaleel wants to know if he can change the drying As the hawk population increases in an ecosystem
time of puddles on his driveway. Which of the the population of deer mouse will most likely
following tools will help him in this investigation? decrease due to

O A. a thermometer O A. the deer mouse lacking in food source.


O B. a microscope O B. the deer mouse being exposed to disease.
O C. a tape measure O C. the deer mouse being prey of the hawks.
O D. a stopwatch O D. the deer mouse moving to a safer location.
5.LS.C.5
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A scientist is studying how weather and erosion Groundhogs have underground
can change the shape of a mountain. The scientist burrows like the one in this picture.
will need to collect this information over what kind If this burrow was in an ecosystem
of time period to gather the MOST accurate data? where there were snakes, what
type of change would it be for
O A. days the snake?
O B. years
O C. weeks O A. detrimental
O D. months O B. neutral
4.ES.B.10 O C. beneficial 5.LS.C.6

O D. partisan
Daily Science Review Week in #3 (GP2)

Name _______ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Groundhog burrows can be _____beneficial_____ to snakes because snakes cannot dig and need
shelter.

2. ____Weathering_______ is a slow change of the Earth’s surface.

3. Selecting the right ______tool_____ for an investigation is necessary for accuracy.

4. Populations in a(n) ____ecosystem_______ are dependent upon each other for energy.

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Describe two slow changes of Earth’s surface. Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP2)

Name __________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
Lab partners measured the same plant during What natural process causes the weathering of

Grade 5
science. The first partner measured the plant at rock?
10cm. The second partner came up with a
measurement of 4. What is the most likely reason O A. rain
for the discrepancy? O B. hurricanes
O C. freezing and thawing
O A. The second partner measured in inches. O D. landslides
O B. A partner measured the wrong plant.
O C. The plant was broken by the first partner.
O D. They measured the plant on different days. 4.ES.B.9
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What is wrong with this statement? Is the largest visible star in the picture (circled) the
The major role of a producer in an ecosystem is to closest star?
produce sugar (food) through photosynthesis. O A. No, but it is the largest star.
O B. It is impossible to tell from the
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. picture.
O B. Producers breakdown dead plants and O C. Yes, it is the closest because it
animals. is the largest.
O C. They transfer energy to the soil. O D. No, the sun is the largest star.
O D. They are an abiotic and do not produce
sugar. 5.LS.B.1 5.ES.A.4
Daily Science Review Week in #4 (GP2)

Name __________ KEY ____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Freezing and thawing are types of _______weathering_________.

2. ___Producers_____ make their own food in an ecosystem.

3. The ____size______ of a star cannot be determined by the naked eye.

4. Scientists must clearly communicate their methods and findings to ensure _____accurate____ results.

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Freezing and thawing is a slow process to change the Earth’s surface. Name one fast process that
changes the Earth’s surface.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP2)

Name ____________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
In class, Jaleesha is having a hard time pulling her
seat closer to the table. Which solution is the most Deciduous trees are trees that
likely to work?
O stay green all year long.
O A. She can put sandpaper on the bottom of O have pinecones.
the chair legs to duce friction. O lose their leaves in the fall.
O B. She can put tennis balls on the bottom of the O grow only in the tundra.
chair legs to reduce friction.
O C. She can put sandpaper on the bottom of
the legs to increase friction. 4.LS.B.3

O D. She can put tennis balls on the bottom of the


legs to increase friction. 3.ST.B.4

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What is wrong with this statement? How is this squirrel interacting


Bioluminescence is light produced by a chemical with plants?
reaction within an organism that only protects it
from predators.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O A. It is helping disperse seeds from trees.
O B. It also helps with communication and finding O B. It is giving shelter to trees.
a mate. O C. It is providing food for trees.
O C. It only helps in communication. O D. The squirrel is not interacting with plants.
O D. It only helps in finding a mate.
3.LS.B.2
Daily Science Review Week in #5 (GP2)

Name ________ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Trees that lose their leaves during the year are called _____deciduous_____.

2. Some animals interact with plants by _____dispersing_______ their seeds.

3. The design process helps to come up with solutions to ____problems______.

4. Some organisms have ______adaptations______ like bioluminescence to assist in its survival.

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What summer beetle uses bioluminescence? What do you think the purpose of this adaptation is? Use
words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #6 (GP2)

Name ___________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week
Charlie was observing his dog’s behavior during
feeding time to see what kind of food the dog The Earth’s orbit is not quite circular. We call this
liked best. What should Charlie do with his a(an)
observations in order to accurately analyze his
finding? O A. egg orbit.
O A. Tell a friend what he’s doing. O B. cylindrical orbit.
O B. Keep a journal with all of his observations. O C. round orbit.
O C. Write down random ideas about his O D. elliptical orbit.
observations.
O D. Just keep observing. 3.SI.B.5
5.ES.A.3

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Which layer is the youngest?
What is wrong with this statement?
The sun is the largest star in the universe. O A. 1
O B. 7
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. O C. 4
O B. The sun is a medium-sized star with larger O D. 5
stars
in the universe.
O C. The sun is the largest star in the galaxy.
O D. The sun is not a star. 3.ES.C.2
Daily Science Review Week in #6 (GP2)

Name _____KEY_____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. The Earth’s ______orbit________ around the sun is elliptical.

2. Rocks can be found in ______layers________ and provide evidence of their age.

3. The __sun______ is the only star in our solar system.

4. Journals are an excellent place to record ___data____.

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Construct a chart that shows the temperature over 5 days. Be sure to use labels on your chart.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP2)

Name _________ KEY _________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
A 5th grade class is doing an investigation of signs Meteorologists use which tool to measure air
of wildlife in the bushes on the playground. What pressure?
precautions should the class take to have a safe
investigation? O A. a barometer
O B. a thermometer
O A. They should where safety goggles and O C. a rain gauge
gloves. O D. an anemometer
O B. They should wear fireproof clothing.
O C. They should let adults do the investigation.
O D. There are no potential hazards. 5.SI.C.5
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What is wrong with this statement? Ways to reducing the use of non-
renewable resources
Bats are birds because they have wings. wear more
carpool to
clothes inside
practice
during the winter
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.
ride your bicycle
O B. Bats are reptiles. to practice
O C. Bats are the only mammals that can fly. Which word will complete this table?
O D. Bats are birds because they fly. O A. compost grass clippings
O B. use a solar-powered calculator
O C. walk to school instead of getting a ride
5.LS.B.3 O D. water the lawn in the morning 5.ES.C.5
Daily Science Review Week in #7 (GP2)

Name _______ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A barometer measures _____air pressure__________ in inches of mercury (in/Hg).

2. Fossil fuels are a _______non-renewable_________ resource.

3. Bats are _____mammals________ that can fly.

4. It is important to protect yourself with _______safety_____ equipment during science investigations.

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You are conducting a science investigation that requires fire. Name two safety precautions that you
can use during the investigation?
Daily Science Review #8 (GP2)

Name __________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Helena and Ari were recording the daily
76° 80° 81° 81° 83°
temperature and then finding a weekly average.
Helena found that the weekly average was
76°and Ari found that it was 80°. What is MOST
Joel took these temperature measurements
likely the reason for the difference? last week. He can describe his findings as
O A. They took the temperature at different times O A. a warming trend
of the day. O B. a cold front moving in
O B. One measured in C° and the other in F°. O C. the start of spring
O C. They made up there data. 5.SI.C.6 O D. a cooling trend 4.ES.D.6
O D. 4° is not a big discrepancy.

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What is wrong with this statement?
Plants are not strong enough to breakdown rock.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. How can we maintain our freshwater supply?
O B. Plants can breakdown rocks into smaller
rocks over time. O A. We can recycle old newspapers.
O C. Only sedimentary rocks can be broken down O B. We can reuse our aluminum foil.
plants. O C. We can reduce the use of water in our
O D. Only metamorphic rock can be broken homes.
down by plants. 3.ES.C.3 O D. We cannot maintain our freshwater supply.
Daily Science Review Week in #8 (GP2)

Name _______ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

1. When analyzing similar data taken by different people, it is important to justify any

Grade 5
___differences/discrepancies_____.

2. Larger rocks can be broken down into ____smaller_____ rocks by plants over time.

3. Reducing the amount of water we use by ________taking shorter showers, turning off the water when
we brush our teet, etc________ can help maintain the resource.

4. After collecting and analyzing data, you should be able to come up with a reasonable
___explanation__ about the data.

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Describe at least two ways that you can reduce the amount of water you use. Use words and pictures
to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #9 (GP2)

Name _________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
When threatened, an octopus can change color
to blend in with its surroundings. Which question When examining soil you may find all of the
could scientists use to study this behavior? following EXCEPT
O A. How big does an octopus get?
O B. What colors can the octopus change to O A. small rocks
when threatened? O B. decomposed plant parts
O C. What happens when a natural predator O C. decomposed animal parts
swims near the octopus? O D. large rocks
O D. How does the octopus produce a white
color on the front of its body? 4.SI.C.3
3.ES.C.4

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4.SI.C.3
Thursday - Graphic of the Week
Transparent black skin
What is wrong with this statement? hairs

Cumulonimbus clouds are tall and dense and can


Wide paws
bring thunderstorms.
Polar bears are well suited for the arctic ecosystem
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. due to their physical adaptations. Their black skin
O B. Cumulus clouds bring thunderstorms. provides
O C. Cumulonimbus clouds are wispy, high level O A. camouflage in warmer weather.
clouds. O B. a way to cool down in warmer weather.
O D. Stratus clouds bring thunderstorms. O C. a way to warm themselves in cold weather.
4.ES.D.7
O D. camouflage in colder weather.
5.LS.C.4
Daily Science Review Week in #9 (GP2)

Name _______KEY___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Small rocks and decomposed plant and animal parts make up _______soil_______.

2. Thunderstorms are characteristic of _____cumulonimbus_____________ clouds.

3. Black skin to absorb heat and wide paws to assist in swimming and navigating the snow and ice are
two ________adaptations_____ that make the arctic region a good ecosystem for polar bears.

4. When studying phenomena, scientists develop ____questions_______ to guide them.

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If you were studying the sleeping habits of cats, what would be a good guiding question?
Daily Science Review #1 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday – Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
The class was studying thermal energy. For their Which word explains the movement of sand
investigation they had 2 cups of boiling water, 4 butter
by wind or water?
pats, a 5 inch long plastic knife and an 8 inch long
stainless steel knife. Which variable would cause the
experiment results to be different between lab groups? O A. weathering
O A. the boiling water O B. deposition
O B. the knives O C. erosion
O C. the butter pats O D. landform
O D. the cups
4.SI.C.4 4.ES.B.8

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What is wrong with this statement?
Freezing and thawing is a rapid process that Volcanoes are natural
changes the surface of the Earth. phenomena that change the
face of the Earth. This kind of
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. change is
O B. Freezing and thawing does not change the
Earth’s surface. O A. a slow process.
O C. Freezing and thawing do not affect the O B. a rapid process.
Earth’s surface. O C. deposition.
O D. Freezing and thawing is a slow process that O D. weathering.
changes the surface of the Earth
4.ES.B.9 4.ES.B.10
Daily Science Week in Review #1 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A slow process that changes the face of the Earth is ______________________________.

2. A rapid process that changes the face of the Earth is _____________________________.

3. _______________________ is the movement of eroded materials by wind, water or ice.

4. All _______________________ must be accurately duplicated when comparing


investigation/experiment results.

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How can you make the investigation from Monday a fair one? Use words and pictures to explain your
answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday – Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are working with a partner on an investigation. Resources like clean water and air are
Your partner tells you that the instructions say to
add some water. What should the instructions O A. non-renewable resources
include so they are easily understood and O B. fossil fuels
replicable? O C. renewable resources
O A. the amount of water O D. non-consumable resources
O B. who should pour the water
O C. how the water should be poured
O D. why water is being used
4.SI.C.6
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What is wrong with this statement?
Precipitation from clouds is called rain.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Precipitation can be rain, hail or snow.
O C. Rain is not precipitation.
O D. Rain is evaporation. What provides the energy for photosynthesis?
O A. the sun
O B. the plant
O C. producers
5.LS.B.1
4.ES.D.2 O D. consumers
Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Producers make their own food by using ___________________ from the sun.

2. Water in the air can be found in clouds, fog, sleet, hail or ________________.

3. Air is an inexhaustible resource but clean air is ___________________________.

4. Easily understood records of an investigation are important so others can _________________ it.

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Give one way that you can help maintain the resource of clean air. Use words and pictures to explain
your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are conducting an experiment to find out how Which movement of the Earth causes day
calcium chloride reacts in water. Why is it and night?
important to wear safety goggles?

O A. to see better
O A. tectonic plate movement
O B. to protect your eyes O B. rotation
O C. to help speed the reaction O C. revolution
O D. to protect your hands O D. gravity
5.ES.A.1
3.SI.C.4

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What is wrong with this statement?
There is a large storm cell in western Ohio and is
moving west into Indiana.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. This is a diagram of


O B. Weather generally moves from north to
south. O A. a life cycle.
O C. Weather generally moves from west to east. O B. germination
O D. The storm should be moving into Michigan. O C. reproduction
O D. metamorphosis
4.ES.D.6 4.LS.A.1
Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. We use science safety equipment to ________________________ ourselves.

2. In general, weather in the United States moves from ________________ to ________________.

3. The rotation of the Earth on its axis causes __________________________.

4. Germination is the sprouting of a _____________________ from a seed.

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Name two pieces of science safety equipment and their uses. Use words and pictures. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Manufacturers package many of their products in
recyclable materials. How can this be harmful to What is the name of the path that the moon takes
our environment? around the Earth?
O A. There will be increased need for recycling.
O B. There will be no harm to the environment. O A. orbit
O C. If people do not recycle, the materials will O B. ellipse
end up in the landfill. O C. rotation
O D. It is only harmful if all their materials are O D. revolution
recyclable.
5.ST.B.3 5.ES.A.2

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What is wrong with this statement?
Clean water is an inexhaustible resource.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. Clean water is a renewable resource that
needs to be maintained.
O C. Clean water is a non-renewable resource. This is a diagram of
O D. Clean water is not a resource. O A. the universe.
O B. the atmosphere.
3.ES.C.6
O C. the solar system.
5.ES.A.3
O D. Earth’s topography.
Daily Science Week in Review #4 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. The ________________________ is a thin blanket of air that surrounds the Earth.

2. We can maintain the _______________________ resource of clean water by not polluting our natural
waterways.

3. The moon is a natural satellite that _________________ the Earth.

4. Sometimes a solution can cause another ____________________.

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Draw a diagram of the moon’s orbit around the Earth. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
What procedure has been developed so we can
safely smell things during an investigation? Which slow process that changes the surface of
the Earth is caused by the movement of tectonic
O A. wafting plates?
O B. we just lean into it and smell O A. volcanoes
O C. there is no procedure O B. earthquakes
O D. sniffing O C. freezing and thawing
O D. earthquakes and volcanoes

3.ST.A.1 4.ES.B.10

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What is wrong with this statement?
Fossil fuels will replenish given a little time.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Fossil fuels do not need to be replenished.
O C. Fossil fuels are formed over millions of years. Which instrument measures the air pressure?
O D. Fossil fuels will replenish within hours. O A. the barometer
O B. the anemometer
O C. the thermometer
5.ES.C.5
O D. none of the above
4.ES.D.4
Daily Science Week in Review #5 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Weather instruments are used to _____________________ the weather.

2. Non-renewable resources cannot be renewed in our lifetime but they can be ____________________.

3. __________________________ extends our sense of smell so that we can safely engage in scientific
investigations.

4. Slow and rapid processes _____________________ the surface of Earth.

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Draw the instrument that measures the temperature. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #6 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
When reporting findings of a science investigation The energy of moving particles is heat
you can write your results in a notebook. What energy or
other technology can you use?

O A. a Magnadoodle™
O A. thermal energy
O B. a chalkboard O B. nuclear energy
O C. a computer O C. hydroelectric energy
O D. an abacus O D. solar energy
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object 5 sec 10 sec 15 sec 20 sec
What is wrong with this statement? A 1ft 2ft 3ft 4ft
Cutting a sheet of paper in half is a physical
B 2ft 3ft 4ft 5ft
change.
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. The chart above recorded data about the motion
O B. Cutting paper is a chemical change of two objects. What information can we obtain
because you cannot put it back together. from this data?
O C. Cutting paper is neither a chemical nor a O A. Object A is heavier than Object B.
physical change. O B. Object B is heavier than Object A.
O D. Cutting paper is both a chemical and O C. Object A is faster than Object B.
physical change. O D. Object B is faster than Object A.
4.PS.A.1 3.PS.C.2
Daily Science Week in Review #6 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A change of position is called _____________________.

2. A __________________________ is a change from one form to another without turning into a new
substance.

3. Thermal energy is measured with a ____________________________.

4. _____________________ changes to meet our needs.

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Name a technology and describe how it makes your life easier. Use words and pictures. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
In which way are computers harmful? A chemical reaction is an indication that a(n)

O A. We are able to communicate with people O A. physical change has occurred.


all over the world. O B. chemical change has occurred.
O B. They are not biodegradable. O C. experiment is not working.
O C. They can help in recording data. O D. investigation is not working.
O D. We have access to a lot of information.

3.ST.A.2 4.PS.A.2

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What is wrong with this statement?
Thermal energy is measured in degrees.
What kind of force is applied to this stack of 4 steel
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. balls to the left when the right one returns and hits
O B. Thermal energy is not measurable. them?
O C. Thermal energy is measured in meters. O A. gravity
O D. Thermal energy is measured in centimeters. O B. a pull
O C. a push
O D. magnetism
3.PS.C.4
5.PS.D.1
Daily Science Week in Review #7 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A ___________________ or a ___________________ are contact forces that move objects.

2. The average speed of the particles in a substance is its measurable ____________________.

3. Technology can be beneficial or ______________________.

4. In a ___________________ change, atoms and molecules can join together to form new substances.

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Draw a picture of a person throwing a ball at a wall. Use arrows to show the motion of the ball. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #8 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
When revising a design, there are many things to Electric current in a circuit can produce all of the
consider. Which of the following is NOT something following EXCEPT
to consider?
O A. peer review O A. thermal energy
O B. experiment results O B. light
O C. thinking of new questions O C. sound
O D. a worse way to accomplish your objectives O D. gravity

5.ST.B.2
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What is wrong with this statement?
The Earth is one of eight planets that orbit the sun.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. There are nine planets. This diagram shows
O C. The sun orbits the Earth.
O D. The moon orbits the Earth. O A. the transfer of thermal energy.
O B. an investigation.
O C. temperature.
O D. changes in the state of matter. 5.PS.D.2
5.ES.A.2
Daily Science Week in Review #8 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Thermal energy moves in three different ways – convection, radiation and _____________________.

2. Earth is the _________________ of eight planets from the sun.

3. Peer review is an important step in ____________________ a design.

4. The constant flow of electrons is called an electric current and can produce light, sound,
magnetism and _________________.

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Draw a model of he solar system. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #9 (GP3)

Name _____________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You designed a car for a downhill race. The Which of the following are properties of all matter?
wheels won’t stay inflated. What is the best O A. mass
possible solution to this design problem? O B. volume
O A. change the length of the car O C. density
O B. change the material the tires are made of O D. all of the above
O C. change the steering wheel
O D. change the energy source

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What is wrong with this statement?
The sun and all other stars are the same size.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The sun is not a star.
O C. Some stars are larger or smaller than the sun. The chart above shows the average monthly precipitation
O D. The sun is the only star in the solar system. for Akron. How much precipitation was there in October?
O A. about 2 quarts
O B. about 2 inches
O C. about 2 milliliters
5.ES.A.4 O D. about 2 millimeters 4.ES.D.4
Daily Science Week in Review #9 (GP3)

Name _________________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Rain is collected and measured in a(n) _________________________.

2. The sun is a medium-sized ___________________.

3. All matter has ________________, density and volume.

4. Brainstorming is one way to come up with possible ______________________ to a design problem.

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Give an example of each of the three states of matter. Use words and pictures. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #1 (GP3)

Name _________KEY_________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday – Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
The class was studying thermal energy. For their Which word explains the movement of sand
investigation they had 2 cups of boiling water, 4 butter
by wind or water?
pats, a 5 inch long plastic knife and an 8 inch long
stainless steel knife. Which variable would cause the
experiment results to be different between lab groups? O A. weathering
O A. the boiling water O B. deposition
O B. the knives O C. erosion
O C. the butter pats O D. landform
O D. the cups
4.SI.C.4 4.ES.B.8

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What is wrong with this statement?
Freezing and thawing is a rapid process that Volcanoes are a natural
changes the surface of the Earth. phenomena that changes the
face of the Earth. This kind of
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. change is
O B. Freezing and thawing does not change the
Earth’s surface. O A. a slow process.
O C. Freezing and thawing do not affect the O B. a rapid process.
Earth’s surface. O C. deposition.
O D. Freezing and thawing is a slow process that O D. weathering.
changes the surface of the Earth
4.ES.B.9 4.ES.B.10
Daily Science Week in Review #1 (GP3)

Name ___________KEY____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1.A slow process that changes the face of the Earth is freezing and thawing or weathering
etc________.

2. A rapid process that changes the face of the Earth is _______ landslides or volcanoes or
earthquakes etc _______.

3. ____Deposition_______ is the movement of eroded materials by wind, water or ice to a new place.

4. All variables must be accurately duplicated when comparing investigation/experiment results.

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How can you make the investigation from Monday a fair one? Use words and pictures to explain your
answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP3)

Name _________ KEY _________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday – Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are working with a partner on an investigation. Resources like clean water and air are
Your partner tells you that the instructions say to
add some water. What should the instructions O A. non-renewable resources
include so they are easily understood and O B. fossil fuels
replicable? O C. renewable resources
O A. the amount of water O D. non-consumable resources
O B. who should pour the water
O C. how the water should be poured
O D. why water is being used
4.SI.C.6
5.ES.C.6

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What is wrong with this statement?
Precipitation from clouds is called rain.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Precipitation can be rain, hail or snow.
O C. Rain is not precipitation.
O D. Rain is evaporation. What provides the energy for photosynthesis?
O A. the sun
O B. the plant
O C. producers
5.LS.B.1
4.ES.D.2 O D. consumers
Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP3)

Name ___________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Producers make their own food by using _____energy_____ from the sun.

2. Water in the air can be found in clouds, fog, sleet, hail or ___snow or rain_______.

3. Air is an inexhaustible resource but clean air is ________renewable_________.

4. Easily understood records of an investigation are important so others can ____duplicate or


replicate______ it.

Columbus City Schools


Give one way that you can help maintain the resource of clean air. Use words and pictures to explain
your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP3)

Name __________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are conducting an experiment to find out how Which movement of the Earth causes day
calcium chloride reacts in water. Why is it and night?
important to wear safety goggles?

O A. to see better
O A. tectonic plate movement
O B. to protect your eyes O B. rotation
O C. to help speed the reaction O C. revolution
O D. to protect your hands O D. gravity
5.ES.A.1
3.SI.C.4

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What is wrong with this statement?
There is a large storm cell in western Ohio and is
moving west into Indiana.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. This is a diagram of


O B. Weather generally moves from north to
south. O A. a life cycle.
O C. Weather generally moves from west to east. O B. germination
O D. The storm should be moving into Michigan. O C. reproduction
O D. metamorphosis
4.ES.D.6 4.LS.A.1
Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP3)

Name _______ KEY _______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. We use science safety equipment to __________protect________ ourselves.

2. In general, weather in the United States moves from ______west_____ to ______east_______.

3. The rotation of the Earth on its axis causes _________day and night__________.

4. Germination is the sprouting of a ________plant_______ from a seed.

Columbus City Schools


Name two pieces of science safety equipment and their uses. Use words and pictures. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP3)

Name ___________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Manufacturers package many of their products in
recyclable materials. How can this be harmful to What is the name of the path that the moon takes
our environment? around the Earth?
O A. There will be increased need for recycling.
O B. There will be no harm to the environment. O A. orbit
O C. If people do not recycle, the materials will O B. ellipse
end up in the landfill. O C. rotation
O D. It is only harmful if all their materials are O D. revolution
recyclable.
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What is wrong with this statement?
Clean water is an inexhaustible resource.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. Clean water is a renewable resource that
needs to be maintained.
O C. Clean water is a non-renewable resource. This is a diagram of
O D. Clean water is not a resource. O A. the universe.
O B. the atmosphere.
3.ES.C.6
O C. the solar system.
5.ES.A.3
O D. Earth’s topography.
Daily Science Week in Review #4 (GP3)

Name ___________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. The ___________atmosphere______ is a thin blanket of air that surrounds the Earth.

2. We can maintain the _________renewable_________ resource of clean water by not polluting our
natural waterways.

3. The moon is a natural satellite that ________orbits______ the Earth.

4. Sometimes a solution can cause another __________problem_____.

Columbus City Schools


Draw a diagram of the moon’s orbit around the Earth. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP3)

Name _________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
What procedure has been developed so we can
safely smell things during an investigation? Which slow process that changes the surface of
the Earth is caused by the movement of tectonic
O A. wafting plates?
O B. we just lean into it and smell O A. volcanoes
O C. there is no procedure O B. earthquakes
O D. sniffing O C. freezing and thawing
O D. earthquakes and volcanoes

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What is wrong with this statement?
Fossil fuels will replenish given a little time.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Fossil fuels do not need to be replenished.
O C. Fossil fuels are formed over millions of years. Which instrument measures the air pressure?
O D. Fossil fuels will replenish within hours. O A. the barometer
O B. the anemometer
O C. the thermometer
5.ES.C.5
O D. none of the above
4.ES.D.4
Daily Science Week in Review #5 (GP3)

Name _________ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Weather instruments are used to _______measure_______ the weather.

2. Non-renewable resources cannot be renewed in our lifetime but they can be ______reduced,
reused and/or recycled________.

3. __________Wafting_________ extends our sense of smell so that we can safely engage in scientific
investigations.

4. Slow and rapid processes ________change________ the surface of Earth.

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Draw the instrument that measures the temperature. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #6 (GP3)

Name __________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
When reporting findings of a science investigation The energy of moving particles is heat
you can write your results in a notebook. What energy or
other technology can you use?

O A. a Magnadoodle™
O A. thermal energy
O B. a chalkboard O B. nuclear energy
O C. a computer O C. hydroelectric energy
O D. an abacus O D. solar energy
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object 5 sec 10 sec 15 sec 20 sec
What is wrong with this statement? A 1ft 2ft 3ft 4ft
Cutting a sheet of paper in half is a physical
B 2ft 3ft 4ft 5ft
change.
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. The chart above recorded data about the motion
O B. Cutting paper is a chemical change of two objects. What information can we obtain
because you cannot put it back together. from this data?
O C. Cutting paper is neither a chemical nor a O A. Object A is heavier than Object B.
physical change. O B. Object B is heavier than Object A.
O D. Cutting paper is both a chemical and O C. Object A is faster than Object B.
physical change. O D. Object B is faster than Object A.
4.PS.A.1 3.PS.C.2
Daily Science Week in Review #6 (GP3)

Name ________ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A change of position is called ________motion________.

2. A __________physical change_________ is a change from one form to another without turning into a
new substance.

3. Thermal energy is measured with a _________thermometer___________.

4. ______Technology_______ changes to meet our needs.

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Name a technology and describe how it makes your life easier. Use words and pictures. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP3)

Name ______ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
In which way are computers harmful? A chemical reaction is an indication that a(n)

O A. We are able to communicate with people O A. physical change has occurred.


all over the world. O B. chemical change has occurred.
O B. They are not biodegradable. O C. experiment is not working.
O C. They can help in recording data. O D. investigation is not working.
O D. We have access to a lot of information.

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What is wrong with this statement?
Thermal energy is measured in degrees.
What kind of force is applied to this stack of 4 steel
O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement. balls to the left when the right one returns and hits
O B. Thermal energy is not measurable. them?
O C. Thermal energy is measured in meters. O A. gravity
O D. Thermal energy is measured in centimeters. O B. a pull
O C. a push
O D. magnetism
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Daily Science Week in Review #7 (GP3)

Name _________ KEY ______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. A _______push________ or a _______pull________ are contact forces that move objects.

2. The average speed of the particles in a substance is its measurable ____temperature/heat________.

3. Technology can be beneficial or _______harmful_________.

4. In a _______chemical______ change, atoms and molecules can join together to form new
substances.

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Draw a picture of a person throwing a ball at a wall. Use arrows to show the motion of the ball. Label all
pictures.
Daily Science Review #8 (GP3)

Name ______ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
When revising a design, there are many things to Electric current in a circuit can produce all of the
consider. Which of the following is NOT something following EXCEPT
to consider?
O A. peer review O A. thermal energy
O B. experiment results O B. light
O C. thinking of new questions O C. sound
O D. a worse way to accomplish your objectives O D. gravity

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What is wrong with this statement?
The Earth is one of eight planets that orbit the sun.

O A. There is nothing wrong with this statement.


O B. There are nine planets. This diagram shows
O C. The sun orbits the Earth.
O D. The moon orbits the Earth. O A. the transfer of thermal energy.
O B. an investigation.
O C. temperature.
O D. changes in the state of matter. 5.PS.D.2
5.ES.A.2
Daily Science Week in Review #8 (GP3)

Name ________ KEY _______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Thermal energy moves in three different ways – convection, radiation and
________conduction________.

2. Earth is the ______third______ of eight planets from the sun.

3. Peer review is an important step in ________revising_______ a design.

4. The constant flow of electrons is called an electric current and can produce light, sound,
magnetism and _____thermal energy______.

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Draw a model of he solar system. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #9 (GP3)

Name ________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You designed a car for a downhill race. The Which of the following are properties of all matter?
wheels won’t stay inflated. What is the best O A. mass
possible solution to this design problem? O B. volume
O A. change the length of the car O C. density
O B. change the material the tires are made of O D. all of the above
O C. change the steering wheel
O D. change the energy source

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What is wrong with this statement?
The sun and all other stars are the same size.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The sun is not a star.
O C. Some stars are larger or smaller than the sun. The chart above shows the average monthly precipitation
O D. The sun is the only star in the solar system. for Akron. How much precipitation was there in October?
O A. about 2 quarts
O B. about 2 inches
O C. about 2 milliliters
5.ES.A.4 O D. about 2 millimeters 4.ES.D.4
Daily Science Week in Review #9 (GP3)

Name ___________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Rain is collected and measured in a(n) _______rain gauge_________.

2. The sun is a medium-sized ________star_______.

3. All matter has ______mass______, density and volume.

4. Brainstorming is one way to come up with possible ________solutions________ to a design problem.

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Give an example of each of the three states of matter. Use words and pictures. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #1 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Before you conduct an investigation, you claim We can sort objects based on their properties.
that salt water will kill plants. Is this a fact or an Which is a property of all gases?
opinion? O A. they all smell
O A. fact O B. they all have mass
O B. opinion O C. they all can be seen
O C. neither O D. all of the above
O D. both

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What is wrong with this statement?
A toy car will travel just as fast on carpet as it will
on a wood floor.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The toy car will move slower on the carpet The diagram above is of a
due to friction. O A. ocean wave
O B. brain wave
O C. The toy car will move faster on the carpet
O C. sound wave
due to friction. O D. none of the above 5.PS.F.6
O D. The toy car will move slower on the wood
floor due to friction. 3.PS.C.4
Daily Science Week in Review #1 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Sound waves are made up compressions where air particles are pressed together and
_______________________ where the particles are spread apart.

2. Scientists conduct investigations and experiments to separate facts from __________________.

3. Friction is a __________________ that affects motion.

4. Another word for characteristic of a substance is __________________________.

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There is a box on the table with the following objects: baby bottle nipple, basketball, rain boots and
rubber bands. What is the property that they all have in common? What is another object that would
belong in the box? Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Using the metric system, what unit of measure The movement of heat or thermal energy is always
would you use to find the mass of a paper clip? from
O A. ounces O A. right to left.
O B. pounds O B. left to right.
O C. grams O C. warmer object or area to cooler object or
O D. kilograms area.
O D. cooler object or area to warmer object or
area.
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What is wrong with this statement?
An electric circuit must be open in order for the
current to move.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The circuit must be closed.
O C. The circuit must be open for a strong current. The chart above shows wavelength of a low pitch and
high pitch whistle. What is the difference between the two?
O D. The circuit must be open for a weak current.
O A. low pitch has increased vibrations
O B. low pitch has decreased vibrations
5.PS.E.4 O C. high pitch has increased vibrations
O D. high pitch has decreased vibrations 5.PS.F.7
Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. To change the pitch of a sound ____________________ are increased or decreased.

2. In order to conduct an electric current a circuit must be __________________.

3. The transfer of ____________________ energy moves from warmer objects or areas to cooler objects
or areas.

4. Accurate linear _______________________ are important when collecting data in an experiment or


investigation.

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Draw a diagram of a closed circuit including wire, a light bulb and a battery. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
As a part of an experiment, Beth records the As a glacier melts and recedes it deposits
temperature of ice water. She recorded the materials that have been moved from one area to
temperature as 38°C. What error did she make? another. What is this deposition called?
O A. ice water is too cold to measure O A. erosion
O B. there was no error O B. moraine
O C. she should have stirred the water O C. sediment
O D. she should have recorded the temperature O D. weathering
as 38°F
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What is wrong with this statement?
Weathering is the gradual wearing down of the
Earth’s surface by wind, water and ice.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The gradual wearing down is erosion. This is a diagram of rocks being weathered. What is the
O C. The gradual wearing down is deposition. process called?
O A. freezing and thawing
O D. Weathering is done by the climate.
O B. landslides
O C. earthquakes
4.PS.B.8 O D. tectonic shift 4.PS.B.9
Daily Science Week in Review #3 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Freezing and thawing is a ____________________________ process that changes the Earth’s surface
over time.
2. Weathering can change the Earth’s surface by wind, water or ___________________________.
3. Accurate ________________ is important for a successful experiment or investigation.
4. Glaciers leave behind ridges of rocks called _________________________ as the recede.

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You are working on an investigation looking at daily temperatures and gather the following data: 45°,
46°, 53°, 48°, 45° and 45°. Make a table to report your findings. Remember to label all of your
columns.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP4)

Name ________ ___________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are conducting an investigation using 3 Which of the following is the energy of motion?
identical plants. You place one in the window, one O A. kinetic
under a desk and another in the closet. Identify O B. potential
the variable you are testing. O C. solar
O A. plant size O D. none of the above
O B. plant growth
O C. plant location
O D. plant type
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What is wrong with this statement?
Food is made in the roots of the plant.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Food is made primarily in the roots.
O C. Food is made primarily in the stem. What slow change to the Earth’s surface is shown here?
O D. Food is made primarily in the leaves. O A. tectonic plates building folded mountains
O B. tectonic plates building fault-block mountains
O C. a landslide
O D. glacial moraine 4.ES.B.10

4.LS.B.2
Daily Science Week in Review #4 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. The movement of _______________________ over time can build mountains.

2. The primary role of the leaf in a plant is to make ________________.

3. ______________________ are things that can change in an investigation or experiment.

4. Energy stored in an object is _____________________________.

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Explain the need for the transfer of energy between the sun and plants. Use words and pictures. Label
all pictures.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Which statement is a testable hypothesis? Dipping a piece of paper into colored water is an
O A. Apples are good for you. example of
O B. Soup tastes better with salt. O A. chemical change
O C. Sound travels faster in water than in air. O B. physical change
O D. There are many good designs for paper O C. exothermic reaction
airplanes. O D. endothermic reaction

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What is wrong with this statement?
Plants need oxygen in order to produce food.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Plants only need water to produce food.
O C. Plants need carbon dioxide to produce Identify the consumer in this model.
food. O A. leaves
O B. heron
O D. Plants produce food from the soil.
O C. frog
O D. slug, frog and heron 5.LS.B.3

5.LS.B.1
Daily Science Week in Review #5 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Consumers can be herbivores, carnivores or ________________________.

2. Plants use carbon dioxide and sunlight to make __________________.

3. A testable hypothesis should not include personal ____________________.

4. Changes in color only are a ___________________________ change.

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Draw an energy pyramid with producers, herbivores and carnivores. Use words and pictures to explain
your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #6 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Which of the following would you use to measure What is an anemometer used for?
the mass of a ping pong ball? O A. measuring wind speed
O A. graduated cylinder O B. weighing objects
O B. thermometer O C. determining wind direction
O C. balance scale O D. measuring barometric pressure
O D. hand lens

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What is wrong with this statement?
Barometers measure air pressure in inches.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Barometers measure air pressure in
centimeters. What is this a model of?
O C. Barometers measure air pressure in pounds. O A. Earth’s orbit
O B. the moon’s orbit
O D. Barometers measure air pressure in inches of
O C. the solar system
mercury. O D. the universe
5.SI.A.1
5.ES.A.2
Daily Science Week in Review #6 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. It takes approximately 30 days for the _________________ to complete its orbit around the Earth.

2. A barometer measures _________________________ in inches of Mercury.

3. Wind speed is ______________________ with an anemometer.

4. A _________________________ is used to find the mass of an object.

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Describe how to find the mass of a tennis ball. Use words and pictures. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Two groups wanted to find out which playground What is the process by which water changes from
balls would go farthest. They decided to let each a gas to a liquid?
ball roll down a ramp. Which of the following O A. condensation
variables must remain constant if they want a fair O B. evaporation
test? O C. precipitation
O A. size of ball O D. alienation
O B. incline of ramp
O C. weight of ramp
O D. none of the above
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What is wrong with this statement?
Weathering is the same as erosion.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Weathering is the breakdown of the rocks.
O C. Erosion is the transfer, by wind, water or ice, Is this an open or closed circuit?
of the rocks to a new location. O A. Open because the circuit is incomplete.
O B. Open so the current can flow.
O D. Both A and B
O C. Closed because the circuit is incomplete.
O D. Closed so the current can flow. 5.PS.E.4

4.ES.B.8
Daily Science Week in Review #7 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. An open circuit does not allow the ____________________ to flow.

2. Erosion is evidence that _____________________ has occurred.

3. Investigations have many variables, some of which should not _______________________ in order to
have a fair test.

4. The water cycle is one way that water changes its __________________________________.

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If you where conducting an investigation in an attempt to answer whether or not plants will change
color if they are watered with Kool-Aid®, what variable or variables should remain constant? Use words
and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #8 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
What is the first step in a science investigation or ______________ is the measurement of
experiment? __________________.
O A. create a graph O A. circuit, temperature
O B. research O B. thermal energy, temperature
O C. form a hypothesis O C. temperature, circuit
O D. draw conclusions O D. temperature, thermal energy

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What is wrong with this statement?
Air is not matter because you cannot see it.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement. Which phase of the moon will occur next?
O B. Air is an abiotic.
O A.
O C. Air has a fixed shape.
O D. Air takes up space. O B.

O C.
5.ES.A.2
4.PS.B.4
O D.
Daily Science Week in Review #8 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Moon phases are actually the _________________________ of light of the sun off the moon.

2. Air takes up space and therefore, is ___________________________.

3. The measure of ____________________________ is temperature.

4. There are many _______________________ in a scientific investigation or experiment.

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Explain what a New Moon is. Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #9 (GP4)

Name ___________________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Scientists who want to study volcanoes can use Which describes what soil is made of?
which of these tools? O A. dead plants and animals
O A. a thermometer to measure the temperature O B. broken rocks
of the lava O C. minerals
O B. telescopes to view the volcano O D. all of the above
O C. balance scale to weigh lava
O D. graduated cylinder to measure lava flow

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What is wrong with this statement?
Two magnets will always attract each other.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Magnets can repel each other.
O C. Magnets always repel each other.
O D. Magnetism is a force of motion. According to the chart above, which biome is coldest?
O A. savanna
O B. tundra
O C. boreal forest
3.PS.C.3 O D. polar 5.LS.C.5
Daily Science Week in Review #9 (GP4)

Name ______________________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Ecosystems located in a ___________________ biome have special adaptations to survive in the low
temperatures.

2. Magnets can change the ____________________ of an object.

3. Soil is made from broken rocks, dead plants and animals and ____________________.

4. Scientists use tools that are appropriate and ______________ for an investigation or experiment.

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Give an example of each of the three states of matter. Use words and pictures. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #1 (GP4)

Name _________KEY________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Before you conduct an investigation, you claim We can sort objects based on their properties.
that salt water will kill plants. Is this a fact or an Which is a property of all gases?
opinion? O A. they all smell
O A. fact O B. they all have mass
O B. opinion O C. they all can be seen
O C. neither O D. all of the above
O D. both

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What is wrong with this statement?
A toy car will travel just as fast on carpet as it will
on a wood floor.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The toy car will move slower on the carpet The diagram above is of a
due to friction. O A. ocean wave
O B. brain wave
O C. The toy car will move faster on the carpet
O C. sound wave
due to friction. O D. none of the above 5.PS.F.6
O D. The toy car will move slower on the wood
floor due to friction. 3.PS.C.4
Daily Science Week in Review #1 (GP4)

Name __________ KEY _________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Sound waves are made up compressions where air particles are pressed together and
__________rarefactions_______ where the particles are spread apart.

2. Scientists conduct investigations and experiments to separate facts from _______opinions______.

3. Friction is a _______force______ that affects motion.

4. Another word for characteristic of a substance is ________property_________.

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There is a box on the table with the following objects: baby bottle nipple, basketball, rain boots and
rubber bands. What is the property that they all have in common? What is another object that would
belong in the box? Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #2 (GP4)

Name _________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Using the metric system, what unit of measure The movement of heat or thermal energy is always
would you use to find the mass of a paper clip? from
O A. ounces O A. right to left.
O B. pounds O B. left to right.
O C. grams O C. warmer object or area to cooler object or
O D. kilograms area.
O D. cooler object or area to warmer object or
area.
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What is wrong with this statement?
An electric circuit must be open in order for the
current to move.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The circuit must be closed.
O C. The circuit must be open for a strong current. The chart above shows wavelength of a low pitch and
high pitch whistle. What is the difference between the two?
O D. The circuit must be open for a weak current.
O A. low pitch has increased vibrations
O B. low pitch has decreased vibrations
5.PS.E.4 O C. high pitch has increased vibrations
O D. high pitch has decreased vibrations 5.PS.F.7
Daily Science Week in Review #2 (GP4)

Name _________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. To change the pitch of a sound _________vibrations______ are increased or decreased.

2. In order to conduct an electric current a circuit must be _______closed or complete_______.

3. The transfer of ________thermal_______ energy moves from warmer objects or areas to cooler
objects or areas.

4. Accurate linear _________measurements________ are important when collecting data in an


experiment or investigation.

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Draw a diagram of a closed circuit including wire, a light bulb and a battery. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #3 (GP4)

Name ________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
As a part of an experiment, Beth records the As a glacier melts and recedes it deposits
temperature of ice water. She recorded the materials that have been moved from one area to
temperature as 38°C. What error did she make? another. What is this deposition called?
O A. ice water is too cold to measure O A. erosion
O B. there was no error O B. moraine
O C. she should have stirred the water O C. sediment
O D. she should have recorded the temperature O D. weathering
as 38°F
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What is wrong with this statement?
Weathering is the gradual wearing down of the
Earth’s surface by wind, water and ice.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. The gradual wearing down is erosion. This is a diagram of rocks being weathered. What is the
O C. The gradual wearing down is deposition. process called?
O A. freezing and thawing
O D. Weathering is done by the climate.
O B. landslides
O C. earthquakes
4.PS.B.8 O D. tectonic shift 4.PS.B.9
Daily Science Week in Review #3 (GP4)

Name __________ KEY __________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Freezing and thawing is a __________weathering___________ process that changes the Earth’s
surface over time.

2. Weathering can change the Earth’s surface by wind, water or ___________ice____________.

3. Accurate ______data______ is important for a successful experiment or investigation.

4. Glaciers leave behind ridges of rocks called __________moraine_________ as the recede.

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You are working on an investigation looking at daily temperatures and gather the following data: 45°,
46°, 53°, 48°, 45° and 45°. Make a table to report your findings. Remember to label all of your
columns.
Daily Science Review #4 (GP4)

Name ________ KEY _________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
You are conducting an investigation using 3 Which of the following is the energy of motion?
identical plants. You place one in the window, one O A. kinetic
under a desk and another in the closet. Identify O B. potential
the variable you are testing. O C. solar
O A. plant size O D. none of the above
O B. plant growth
O C. plant location
O D. plant type
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What is wrong with this statement?
Food is made in the roots of the plant.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Food is made primarily in the roots.
O C. Food is made primarily in the stem. What slow change to the Earth’s surface is shown here?
O D. Food is made primarily in the leaves. O A. tectonic plates building folded mountains
O B. tectonic plates building fault-block mountains
O C. a landslide
O D. glacial moraine 4.ES.B.10

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Daily Science Week in Review #4 (GP4)

Name ________ KEY ____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. The movement of ________tectonic plates_______ over time can build mountains.

2. The primary role of the leaf in a plant is to make ______food_______.

3. ______Variables_______ are things that can change in an investigation or experiment.

4. Energy stored in an object is ____________potential energy____________.

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Explain the need for the transfer of energy between the sun and plants. Use words and pictures. Label
all pictures.
Daily Science Review #5 (GP4)

Name __________ KEY ______________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Which statement is a testable hypothesis? Dipping a piece of paper into colored water is an
O A. Apples are good for you. example of
O B. Soup tastes better with salt. O A. chemical change
O C. Sound travels faster in water than in air. O B. physical change
O D. There are many good designs for paper O C. exothermic reaction
airplanes. O D. endothermic reaction

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What is wrong with this statement?
Plants need oxygen in order to produce food.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Plants only need water to produce food.
O C. Plants need carbon dioxide to produce Identify the consumer in this model.
food. O A. leaves
O B. heron
O D. Plants produce food from the soil.
O C. frog
O D. slug, frog and heron 5.LS.B.3

5.LS.B.1
Daily Science Week in Review #5 (GP4)

Name _______ KEY ____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Consumers can be herbivores, carnivores or _________omnivores__________.

2. Plants use carbon dioxide and sunlight to make ______food________.

3. A testable hypothesis should not include personal ______opinion_________.

4. Changes in color only are a ____________physical___________ change.

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Draw an energy pyramid with producers, herbivores and carnivores. Use words and pictures to explain
your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #6 (GP4)

Name ________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Which of the following would you use to measure What is an anemometer used for?
the mass of a ping pong ball? O A. measuring wind speed
O A. graduated cylinder O B. weighing objects
O B. thermometer O C. determining wind direction
O C. balance scale O D. measuring barometric pressure
O D. hand lens

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What is wrong with this statement?
Barometers measure air pressure in inches.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Barometers measure air pressure in
centimeters. What is this a model of?
O C. Barometers measure air pressure in pounds. O A. Earth’s orbit
O B. the moon’s orbit
O D. Barometers measure air pressure in inches of
O C. the solar system
mercury. O D. the universe
5.SI.A.1
5.ES.A.2
Daily Science Week in Review #6 (GP4)

Name _________ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. It takes approximately 30 days for the _______moon_____ to complete its orbit around the Earth.

2. A barometer measures ________air pressure/barometric pressure_________ in inches of Mercury.

3. Wind speed is ________measured______ with an anemometer.

4. A ________scale (balance, spring etc)_______ is used to find the mass of an object.

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Describe how to find the mass of a tennis ball. Use words and pictures. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #7 (GP4)

Name __________ KEY _________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Two groups wanted to find out which playground What is the process by which water changes from
balls would go farthest. They decided to let each a gas to a liquid?
ball roll down a ramp. Which of the following O A. condensation
variables must remain constant if they want a fair O B. evaporation
test? O C. precipitation
O A. size of ball O D. alienation
O B. incline of ramp
O C. weight of ramp
O D. none of the above
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What is wrong with this statement?
Weathering is the same as erosion.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Weathering is the breakdown of the rocks.
O C. Erosion is the transfer, by wind, water or ice, Is this an open or closed circuit?
of the rocks to a new location. O A. Open because the circuit is incomplete.
O B. Open so the current can flow.
O D. Both A and B
O C. Closed because the circuit is incomplete.
O D. Closed so the current can flow. 5.PS.E.4

4.ES.B.8
Daily Science Week in Review #7 (GP4)

Name _________ KEY _____________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. An open circuit does not allow the ________current______ to flow.

2. Erosion is evidence that _________weathering_______ has occurred.

3. Investigations have many variables, some of which should not _________change_______ in order to
have a fair test.

4. The water cycle is one way that water changes its ____________state of matter_________________.

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If you where conducting an investigation in an attempt to answer whether or not plants will change
color if they are watered with Kool-Aid®, what variable or variables should remain constant? Use words
and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #8 (GP4)

Name ________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
What is the first step in a science investigation or ______________ is the measurement of
experiment? __________________.
O A. create a graph O A. circuit, temperature
O B. research O B. thermal energy, temperature
O C. form a hypothesis O C. temperature, circuit
O D. draw conclusions O D. temperature, thermal energy

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What is wrong with this statement?
Air is not matter because you cannot see it.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement. Which phase of the moon will occur next?
O B. Air is an abiotic.
O A.
O C. Air has a fixed shape.
O D. Air takes up space. O B.

O C.
5.ES.A.2
4.PS.B.4
O D.
Daily Science Week in Review #8 (GP4)

Name _______ KEY _______________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Moon phases are actually the __________reflection__________ of light of the sun off the moon.

2. Air takes up space and therefore, is ___________matter__________.

3. The measure of ___________thermal energy___________ is temperature.

4. There are many ___________steps________ in a scientific investigation or experiment.

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Explain what a New Moon is. Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Label all pictures.
Daily Science Review #9 (GP4)

Name ___________ KEY ________________ Date ___________________

Monday - Process Skill of the Week Tuesday - Vocabulary Term of the Week

Grade 5
Scientists who want to study volcanoes can use Which describes what soil is made of?
which of these tools? O A. dead plants and animals
O A. a thermometer to measure the temperature O B. broken rocks
of the lava O C. minerals
O B. telescopes to view the volcano O D. all of the above
O C. balance scale to weigh lava
O D. graduated cylinder to measure lava flow

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What is wrong with this statement?
Two magnets will always attract each other.

O A. There is nothing wrong with the statement.


O B. Magnets can repel each other.
O C. Magnets always repel each other.
O D. Magnetism is a force of motion. According to the chart above, which biome is coldest?
O A. savanna
O B. tundra
O C. boreal forest
3.PS.C.3 O D. polar 5.LS.C.5
Daily Science Week in Review #9 (GP4)

Name ___________ KEY ___________________ Date ___________________

Grade 5
1. Ecosystems located in a ______polar________ biome have special adaptations to survive in the low
temperatures.

2. Magnets can change the _________motion_________ of an object.

3. Soil is made from broken rocks, dead plants and animals and _________minerals_______.

4. Scientists use tools that are appropriate and ____safe_______ for an investigation or experiment.

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Give an example of each of the three states of matter. Use words and pictures. Label all pictures.