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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Science Questions

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Grade 5 :: Food Chains and Webs by NancyKinney
What is the niche of a producer?
  1. To eat other consumers.
  2. To provide food for carnivores.
  3. To make carbon dioxide-oxygen.
  4. To provide food for themselves and other organisms.
Grade 5 :: Food Chains and Webs by NancyKinney
An example of a decomposer is...
  1. bacteria
  2. water
  3. energy
  4. niche
Grade 5 :: Food Chains and Webs by tawauna
Which list shows a possible order in which energy moves through an ecosystem?
  1. herbivore, carnivore, sun, producer, decomposer
  2. sun, producer, herbivore, carnivore, decomposer
  3. sun, producer, predator, consumer, decomposer
  4. producer, sun, carnivore, herbivore, decomposer
Grade 5 :: Adaptations and Behavior by Mywps
Grade 5 :: Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems by tawauna
Which of the following descriptions about the organization of an ecosystem is correct?
  1. Communities make up species, which make up populations
  2. Populations make up species, which make up communities
  3. Species make up communities, which make up populations
  4. Species make up populations, which make up communities
Grade 5 :: Rocks by O_O_O_O
What do all rocks have in common?
  1. same color
  2. they all have minerals
  3. same shape
  4. same size
Grade 5 :: Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems by jwakelin
All the living and nonliving parts in an area.
            ecosystem            
The study of the relationships among living and nonliving parts of an area.           ecology          
The place where a species lives.          habitat          
The role of a species in an ecosystem        niche        
All of the members of one species that live in the same area             population             
All the populations living together in one area            community            
The process by which plants use sunlight to make sugar from water and carbon dioxide                 photosynthesis                 
An organism that uses sunlight to make sugar from water and carbon dioxide           producer           
An organism that consumes other organisms for food           consumer           
An animal that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms            scavenger            
An organism that helps to break down and decay dead organisms and the wastes of living organisms             decomposer             
A diagram that compares the amount of energy available at each position, or level, in the feeding order                 energy pyramid                 

A combination of all the food chains in a community                food web           
Grade 5 :: Magnetism and Electricity by rajendra1209
Substances which allow current to pass through are
  1. Conductors
  2. Inductors
  3. Insulators
  4. None of the Above
Grade 5 :: Bonds and Mixing by kvmireles
Filtration can separate the substances that have been combined using a funnel and filter paper. Which of the following materials can be separated using filtration?
  1. a mixture of mud and water
  2. a solution of vinegar and water
  3. a mixture of sand and sawdust
  4. a solution of salt and water
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by kvmireles
Which of the following is a characteristic of liquids?
  1. molecules are tightly packed
  2. takes the shape of its container
  3. constantly keeps its shape
  4. molecules are spread far apart
Grade 5 :: Biochemical Pathways by jsnell
Photosynthesis produces:
  1. oxygen and glucose
  2. water and sugar
  3. oxygen and proteins
Grade 5 :: Food Chains and Webs by tawauna
Grade 5 :: Heat Transfer by jrkimball
Grade 5 :: Food Chains and Webs by LBeth
Grade 5 :: Bonds and Mixing by kvmireles
Susan and Hector made three different mixtures which consisted of (1) baking soda and water, (2) gravel and water (3) table salt and water. Which of the following explains why table salt and water is also a solution?
  1. the salt dissolved in the water
  2. the contents can be separated by a filter
  3. the salt settles at the bottom
  4. the contents can be separated with a screen
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