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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Magnetism and Electricity Questions

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Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What are substances which allow current to pass through?
  1. Conductors
  2. Inductors
  3. Insulators
  4. None of the Above
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What is a circuit with no gaps or breaks in it?
  1. open circuit
  2. mechanical energy
  3. sound energy
  4. closed circuit
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What is static electricity?
  1. electricity produced by friction
  2. the energy of motion
  3. the path along which electrons flows
  4. all of above
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
A material through which heat and electricity flow easily
  1. Insulator
  2. Resistance
  3. Short circuit
  4. Conductor
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
What is a magnet?
  1. a wooden figure
  2. an object that attracts, or pulls, on certain materials like iron and steel
  3. a magnetic force
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
If a magnet is not repelling it is                .
  1. repelling
  2. attracting
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
An electric circuit with two or more paths for current
  1. Parallel circuit
  2. Series circuit
  3. Short circuit
  4. Electric circuit
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
A material that slows the flow of heat and electricity
  1. Insulator
  2. Conductor
  3. Short circuit
  4. Resistance
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Which is an example of a temporary magnet?
  1. magnetite
  2. electromagnet
  3. bar magnet
  4. horseshoe magnet
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
A magnet that has coils of current carrying wire around an iron core
  1. Static electricity
  2. Electric charge
  3. Electric field
  4. Electromagnet
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
Matt was trying to make a circuit for the technology festival. If he was trying to make the electricity go all the way around the circuit, what type of circuit does he want?
  1. closed circuit
  2. open circuit
  3. series circuit
  4. parallel circuit
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What is a circuit with a broken path?
  1. closed circuit
  2. light energy
  3. open circuit
  4. sound energy
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
How can you 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
If a magnet is not attracting it is                .
  1. retracting
  2. repelling
  3. attracting
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
What causes a magnet to attract and repel?
  1. magnetic force
  2. contact force
  3. gravity
Grade 5 Magnetism and Electricity
                electricity is continuous.
  1. Static
  2. Current
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