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Heat Transfer Questions - All Grades

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Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Heat energy flows from
  1. hot objects to hotter objects.
  2. cooler objects to warmer objects.
  3. warmer objects to hotter objects.
  4. warmer objects to cooler objects.
Grade 3 Heat Transfer
Heating is when
  1. a temperature measures how hot something is
  2. a temperature changes
  3. energy changes the temperature of something
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Warm air rises.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
A material through which thermal energy flows easily.
  1. Thermal Contraction
  2. Temperature
  3. Thermal Conductor
  4. Convection Current
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Thermal insulator is a material that
  1. moves heat easily through the material.
  2. reduces or prevents the transfer of heat.
  3. is flammable and can start fires.
  4. does not exist.
Grade 6 Heat Transfer
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
Grade 8 Heat Transfer
Choose the following materials that would make good conductors:
  1. Copper
  2. Glass
  3. Plastic
  4. Sweatshirt
  5. Gold
  6. Wood
  7. Rubber
  8. Aluminum
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
Which of the following best explains the scenario below?

On a summer morning, John walks barefoot across his paved driveway with no problem. However, later that afternoon he steps barefoot onto the same driveway and must quickly run off because the bottoms of his feet feel like they are burning.
  1. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy increased.
  2. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy decreased.
  3. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy increased.
  4. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy decreased.
Grade 1 Heat Transfer
What can you use to tell the temperature?
  1. Wind vane
  2. Rain gauge
  3. Thermometer
Grade 3 Heat Transfer
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