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Fourth Grade (Grade 4) Magnetism and Electricity Questions

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Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by LBeth
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by kellyme
If you break a magnet into two pieces, what happens to its magnetic poles?
  1. There is no effect.
  2. Each magnet will have two south poles.
  3. Each magnet will have two north poles.
  4. Each magnet will have a north and south pole.
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Joyful1
Lightning is a form of what?
  1. energy
  2. force
  3. electricity
  4. magnetism
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Joyful1
Which of the following can be used to make electricity?
  1. fossil fuels
  2. moving water
  3. solar energy
  4. all of the above
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Joyful1
The area where electric force is felt is called the what?
  1. magnetic force
  2. magnetic field
  3. electric field
  4. electric force
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Joyful1
Magnets have how many poles? What names do they have?
  1. 2, North & South
  2. 4, North, South, East, & West
  3. 2, East and West
  4. 1, North
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by Joyful1
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by trigg
A circuit is a closed circuit when:
  1. there are no gaps in its path
  2. it has two or more batteries
  3. it contains a switch
  4. there is a gap in its path
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by GDSimons
What are some examples of conductors?
  1. wood, rubber, glass
  2. metal, salt water
  3. grass, food, gas
  4. oxygen, carbon dioxide
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by LoriOlson
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by teapots25
A        thin        copper wire is more resistant to the flow of electricity than a        thick         copper wire.

When you add more batteries in parallel to a circuit containing one bulb, what happens                                         the bulbs brightness remains the same.                                         

It is easier to find a burned out bulb in a circuit that has bulbs connected in a           parallel            than in a circuit with bulbs connected in a series.

The flow of electricity through an object depends on the            material            the object is made of, the       size        of the object,and the             resistance              of the object.

Another name for nonconductor is            insulator             .

The element in an electric heater is made of           nichrome            wire.

A device for making or breaking a connection in a circuit is a            
switch.           


A           terminal            is a point on a battery or bulb that must be touched in order to make a circuit complete.

When a material limits the amount of electricity that can flow through it has              resistance.              

Most circuits in your home are connected in             parallel.            

The part of the bulb that gives off light is the             filament.            
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by kelebutler
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by trigg
A buildup of electrical charge is called:
  1. current electricity
  2. negative charge
  3. static electricity
  4. positive charge
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by trigg
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by trigg
Winding a wire in loops around an iron bar creates a(n):
  1. fuse
  2. generator
  3. electromagnet
  4. insulator
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by kelebutler
If an object has extra positive charges it has a:
  1. large charge
  2. neutral charge
  3. negative charge
  4. positive charge
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