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Fourth Grade (Grade 4) Environmental Science Questions

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Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Which resource is renewable?
  1. coal
  2. diamonds
  3. silver
  4. wind
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
What happens when wood is burned?
  1. It releases oxygen into the atmosphere
  2. It releases nitrogen into the atmosphere
  3. It releases carbon into the atmosphere
  4. It realases hydrogen into the atmosphere
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Which of the following is an example of pollution?
  1. oil spill in the ocean
  2. burning fossil fuels
  3. littering trash on the ground
  4. all of the above
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Protecting resources and using them wisely is known as
  1. conservation
  2. pollution
  3. crop rotation
  4. irrigation
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
The environment contains
  1. living things only
  2. nonliving things
  3. both living and nonliving things
  4. only artificial things
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Formed from the remains of plants and animals.
  1. Solar energy
  2. Fossil fuel
  3. Heat
  4. Energy
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
Grade 4 Environmental Science
What is one way people can prevent soil erosion?
  1. farming up and down a hill
  2. watering the plants too much
  3. contour farming
  4. eating less vegetables
Grade 4 Environmental Science
A puddle test is conducted to determine which of the following?
  1. To see who can jump over the biggest puddle.
  2. To measure how deep a puddle is.
  3. To determine how quickly the ground will absorb the water.
  4. To measure how large the splash is when you jump in the middle of the puddle.
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