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Third Grade (Grade 3) Biology Questions

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Grade 3 Food Chains and Webs
A rabbit is a
  1. consumer.
  2. producer.
  3. decomposer.
Grade 3 Biomes
A desert is a                 ecosystem.
  1. very wet
  2. very dry
  3. cold and wet
  4. hot and dry
Grade 3 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
Some animals need to build or find                 to protect them.
  1. rocks
  2. trees
  3. shelter
  4. air
Grade 3 Botany
                are the part of the plant used in reproducing (or making new plants).
  1. Stems
  2. Leaves
  3. Roots
  4. Flowers
Grade 3 Biomes
A large area of the world that has a unique climate and specific types of plants and animals is called a
  1. biome.
  2. vegetation.
  3. natural resource.
  4. weather pattern.
Grade 3 Zoology
A tree frog is green and can hide in the trees. This adaptation is an example of
  1. instinct.
  2. mimicry.
  3. hibernation.
  4. camouflage.
Grade 3 Evolution
To survive, a species must
  1. hide.
  2. adapt.
  3. jump.
Grade 3 Biomes
The                 is a land ecosystem that gets very little rain.
  1. tundra
  2. desert
  3. grassland
Grade 3 Botany
To make their food, plants need energy from the
  1. air.
  2. Sun.
  3. soil.
  4. water.
Grade 3 Zoology
Which animals are found in swamps?
  1. crabs, mussels, muskrats, and egrets
  2. turtles, whales, lobsters, and shrimp
  3. loggerhead turtles, pelicans, and crabs
  4. frogs, cranes, alligators, and turtles
Grade 3 Zoology
A bat uses high pitch sounds to help it see in the dark. This ability is called
  1. locomotion.
  2. sightseeing.
  3. soundseeing.
  4. echolocation.
Grade 3 Conservation and Biodiversity
Species that are in danger of going extinct are called
  1. endangered.
  2. threatened.
  3. fossilized.
Grade 3 Evolution
A(n)                 is something that helps any living thing survive in its environment.
  1. ecosystem
  2. adaptation
  3. physical change
  4. camouflage
Grade 3 Botany
Plants make food in a process called
  1. hydration.
  2. germination.
  3. reproduction.
  4. photosynthesis.
Grade 3 Biomes
You can find dolphins in the
  1. desert.
  2. jungle.
  3. forest.
  4. sea.
Grade 3 Adaptations and Behavior
Rattlesnakes have a pattern on their skin that allows them to blend in with the land. This adaptation is an example of
  1. mimicry.
  2. migration.
  3. hibernation.
  4. camouflage.
Grade 3 Botany
A conifer's seeds are made inside a(n)
  1. cone.
  2. egg.
  3. flower.
  4. life cycle.
Grade 3 Botany
To make food, a plant uses air, water, and
  1. soil.
  2. sunlight.
  3. oxygen.
  4. sugar.
Grade 3 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
The number of a group of the same kind of living things that live in the same place is called a(n)
  1. habitat.
  2. population.
  3. ecosystem.
  4. community.
Grade 3 Food Chains and Webs
A cow is a herbivore. What does a herbivore eat?
  1. plants
  2. animals
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