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4 Part I 1 A student put five ring magnets on a pencil. The magnets are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, and Ring Magnet Key North Pole South Pole Which two magnets are attracting each other? A 1 and 2 B 2 and 3 C 3 and 4 D 4 and 5 2 Which property of an object is identified using the sense of smell? A color B odor C temperature D weight 3 Which type of energy is needed to cut a piece of wood into smaller pieces with a saw? A light B heat C sound D mechanical Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [4]

5 4 Which material is the best conductor of electricity? A metal B glass C wood D plastic 5 What force causes objects to be pulled toward Earth? A friction B gravity C light D electricity Note that question 6 has only three choices. 6 When a rock is placed in a graduated cylinder containing water, the height of the water will A B C decrease increase remain the same 7 Which energy transformation occurs when a person hits a drum with a drumstick? A electrical to light B sound to electrical C light to mechanical D mechanical to sound 8 A magnet and a metal paper clip have the strongest magnetic attraction when the distance between them is A 4 centimeters B 8 centimeters C 12 centimeters D 16 centimeters Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [5] [OVER]

6 9 The diagram below shows a view of Earth. North Pole Equator Earth The arrows represent Earth s A gravity B weather C revolution D rotation 10 A student rubs her hands together on a cold winter day. The heat that warms her hands is produced by A friction B gravity C light D magnetism 11 Which property of a rubber band will stay the same when it is stretched? A shape B length C mass D width 12 Precipitation is most likely to occur when the sky A is clear and sunny B is partly sunny C has thick, dark clouds D has white, puffy clouds Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [6]

7 13 The diagram below shows a bulb and a wire attached to a battery. Bulb Wire + Battery Why would this bulb be lit? A The battery is out of energy. B The bulb is out of energy. C The circuit is opened. D The circuit is closed. 14 The diagram below shows a person rolling a barrel into the back of a truck. What simple machine is the person using to help roll the barrel? A balance B pulley C lever D inclined plane Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [7] [OVER]

8 Note that question 15 has only three choices. 15 In which state of matter does water have a definite shape and volume? A B C gas liquid solid 16 The diagram below shows several objects. Rope Tree Tire Grass Which objects in the picture are nonliving? A tree and rope B tire and rope C grass and tire D grass and tree 17 In order to survive, all animals need A heat, water, and soil B sunlight, soil, and heat C sunlight, air, and food D food, water, and air Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [8]

9 18 Which part of a plant takes in water and nutrients from the soil? A root B stem C flower D leaf 19 The diagram below shows the growth of a tree. Seed Seedling Mature tree This diagram represents a A food chain B food supply C life span D life cycle Young tree (Not drawn to scale) 20 Which physical change would most likely help an animal survive during the winter? A tail gets longer B fur gets thicker C feathers are shed D whiskers get shorter Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [9] [OVER]

10 21 The leaves of a tree change color in the fall. This is an example of a tree A completing its life cycle B preparing for migration C responding to its environment D beginning hibernation 22 Two seeds are shown in the diagram below. Dandelion seed Maple tree seed (Not drawn to scale) How are these seeds most likely dispersed? A by wind B in water C on an animal s fur D eaten by animals 23 One role of a producer in a food chain is to provide A water for plants B sunlight for plants C nutrients for animals D shelter for animals 24 Which sequence shows the life cycle of some insects? A adult pupa larva egg B egg pupa larva adult C larva pupa egg adult D egg larva pupa adult Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [10]

11 25 What is the major source of energy for food chains? A water B air C sunlight D grass 26 Which statement is an example of how humans have changed the natural environment? A Wind and rain destroy wheat plants. B The Sun s energy helps a wheat plant grow. C A forest is cleared to make space to plant wheat. D A wheat plant s seeds are scattered by the wind. 27 Some birds fly south in the fall and return in the spring. This is an example of A migration B camouflage C hibernation D growth 28 Which statement is an example of an inherited trait in a living thing? A A child learns to ride a bicycle. B A cat has a kitten with a broken leg. C A white dog has a puppy with white fur. D A person has a scar from a burn. Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [11] [OVER]

12 29 The chart below shows three properties of five objects. Properties of Five Objects Object Properties Color Texture Shape 1 red smooth round 2 yellow rough oval 3 green rough round 4 red smooth oval 5 blue rough rectangle What color is the round object that has a rough surface? A blue B green C red D yellow Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [12]

13 30 A group of students wants to record the change in temperature of a container of water every 2 minutes for a period of 10 minutes. Which table will best organize these data? Time (min) Temperature ( C) Time (min) Temperature ( C) A C Time (min) Temperature ( C) Time (min) Temperature ( C) B D **************************************************** GO RIGHT ON TO PART II Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [13] [OVER]

14 Part II Directions (31 41): Record your answers in the space provided below each question. Base your answers to questions 31 and 32 on the bar graph below and on your knowledge of science. The bar graph shows the average life span of five different animals. Bat Average Life Span Animal Fox Lion Mouse Tiger Life Span (years) Which animal has the shortest life span? [1] 32 How much longer is the life span of a bat than the life span of a fox? [1] years **************************************************** Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [14]

15 Base your answers to questions 33 and 34 on the Venn diagram below. The diagram compares some physical structures of cats and birds. Cats Birds Fur Teeth Whiskers Mouth Lungs Eyes Tail Feathers Wings Beak 33 Identify two physical structures that birds and cats have in common. [1] (1) (2) 34 Identify two physical structures that birds have but cats do not have. [1] (1) (2) **************************************************** Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [15] [OVER]

16 35 The diagram below shows a Fahrenheit thermometer in a classroom. F What is the air temperature shown on the thermometer? [1] F 36 The diagram below shows an electric circuit. + Bulb Battery Chemical energy from the battery is changed into electrical energy. This electrical energy is then changed to which type of energy? [1] energy Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [16]

17 37 A diagram of the water cycle is shown below. The letters A through E represent five different processes taking place. Water Cycle Sun Cloud A B E C D Mountains Lake In the chart below, write the letter shown in the diagram that matches each process. [2] Process condensation evaporation groundwater precipitation runoff Letter from Diagram Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [17] [OVER]

18 38 The diagram below shows some organisms living together. Bird Sun Squirrel Beetle Tree Worm Grass (Not drawn to scale) Adapted from: Project Learning Tree: Environmental Education Activity Guide pre K-8, American Forest Foundation, Fifth Edition, 1997 Using an organism from the diagram, fill in the blank to complete the food chain below. [1] Sun Beetles Birds Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [18]

19 39 The diagrams below show an arctic bird in summer and the same bird in winter. Arctic bird in summer Arctic bird in winter Identify two different characteristics of the arctic bird that change from summer to winter. [2] (1) (2) 40 A scientist studied a population of deer in an area. One year later, half of the deer population had moved to another area. Identify two factors that might have caused the deer to move. [2] (1) (2) Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [19] [OVER]

20 41 Identify two changes in the environment that cause some animals to hibernate during the winter. [2] (1) (2) **************************************************** Grade 4 Science Spring 08 [20]

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