Chapter 5 Science Test

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Plants, animals, rocks, oil, water, and metals are called natural resources.
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Earth is sometimes called the blue planet because about 3/4 of the surface is covered by water.
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Mrs. Jones is the best science teacher in the world.
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Resources can be renewable or nonrenewable.
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_____________ is a material that is found in nature and that has never been alive.
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A very narrow and deep valley is called a
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An example of a mineral is
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The three types of rock are: igneous, sedimentary, and limestone.
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How can people reduce pollution?
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Nonrenewable resources are in limited supply and once used up, are gone forever.
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A landform that is a large, FLAT land area that is RAISED above the land around it.
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An example of a body of water is:
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The addition of harmful materials to the environment are called
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An example of a landform is:
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Natural resources provide you with the air, water, food, clothing, and shelter you need to live.
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The type of rock that forms when melted rock from deep below Earth's surface COOLS & HARDENS. We call it the FIRE rock.
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Trees & animals are nonrenewable resources.
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We have learned 4 layers of Earth. They are inner core, outer core, mantle, and crust.
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Mrs. Talley is the best math teacher in the world.
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Plants, animals, rocks, oil, water, and metals are called natural resources.
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A natural resource is MAN MADE.l
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________ is a solid material made up of one or more minerals.
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Most of Earth's water is FRESH water.
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The type of rock that forms when existing rocks are changed by extreme HEAT & PRESSURE. We call them the HULK rock because it "morphs."
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The type of rock that forms when sand, pieces of rock, bits of soil, and remains of once-living things are PRESSED together. We call it the SANDWICH rock.