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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Magnetism and Electricity Questions

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Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Which of the following statements about magnetism is true?
  1. Magnetism is weakest at the poles of the Earth.
  2. Magnetism is strongest at the poles of the Earth.
  3. Forces that draw objects toward each other are said to repel.
  4. If the two poles North and South try to interact they will repel.
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Substances which allow current to pass through are
  1. Conductors
  2. Inductors
  3. Insulators
  4. None of the Above
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Choose the magnetic materials.
  1. Plastic and Iron
  2. Steel and Iron
  3. Paper and Cloth
  4. Wood and silver
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
The north and south poles of two magnets                   .
  1. repel each other
  2. create friction
  3. attract each other
  4. create new magnets
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
When a magnet is placed near a piece of iron, what will happen?
  1. Nothing
  2. The piece of iron will be pushed away
  3. The piece of iron will be attracted to the magnet
  4. The piece of iron will go through a physical change
  5. The piece of iron will go through a chemical change
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What is a multimeter?
  1. An instrument that measures brightness.
  2. An instrument that measures power.
  3. An instrument that measures wind.
  4. An instrument that measures force
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
How can you we make or create static electricity?
  1. you can rub things together
  2. you can use the electricity in a wire
  3. you cannot make it at all
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
An object that does not conduct electricity
  1. insulator
  2. electromagnet
  3. static electricity
  4. conductor
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What material will make a good insulator of electricity?
  1. copper wire
  2. aluminum foil
  3. gold wire
  4. plastic
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Which is not an example of static electricity?
  1. Two magnets sticking together
  2. Paper sticking to a balloon
  3. Lightning
  4. Socks sticking together out of the dryer
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What kind of magnet is a permanent magnet?
  1. temporary magnet
  2. bar magnet
  3. electro magnet
  4. field magnet
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
A material through which heat and electricity flow easily.
  1. Insulator
  2. Resistance
  3. Short circuit
  4. Conductor
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