Grade 3 SC.N.1.3 Earth Science: Question 1: Which

Grade 3 SC.N.1.3 Earth Science: Question 1: Which

Grade 3 SC.N.1.3 Earth Science: Question 1: Which of the following does not describe the Sun? STRIKES a. The Sun is made up of hot glowing gases. b. The Sun is the closest star to Earth. c. The Sun is the hottest type of star. d. The Sun is a yellow star.

Question 2: STRIKES If stars in patterns are actually the same size, color, and brightness as other stars, what could cause them to look bigger? a. Their size b. Their color c. Their brightness d. Their closeness to Earth Question 2:

STRIKES If stars in patterns are actually the same size, color, and brightness as other stars, what could cause them to look bigger? X a. Their size b. Their color c. Their brightness d. Their closeness to Earth

Question 3: STRIKES Which of the following best describes what stars are made of? a. Hot glowing gases b. Clouds and ash c. Rocks and light d. Frozen gases Question 3:

Which of the following best describes what stars are made of? STRIKES X a. Hot glowing gases b. Clouds and ash c. Rocks and light d. Frozen gases Question 3: Which of the following best

describes what stars are made of? STRIKES XX a. Hot glowing gases b. Clouds and ash c. Rocks and light d. Frozen gases Question 4: Which of the following most affects how bright a star appears

when seen from Earth?? STRIKES a. Distance from the Sun b. Distance from Earth c. Temperature d. Shape Question 4: Which of the following most affects how bright a star appears when seen from Earth?? STRIKES

X a. Distance from the Sun b. Distance from Earth c. Temperature d. Shape Question 4: STRIKES XX

Which of the following most affects how bright a star appears when seen from Earth?? a. Distance from the Sun b. Distance from Earth c. Temperature d. Shape Question 5: Xera and Robin are having a disagreement. Xera says that the Sun is a star, but Robin says that it isnt. Which of their claims is correct? STRIKES

a. Robin says the Sun isnt a star because its bigger than the stars. b. Xera says the Sun is a star but that its hotter than the other stars. c. Xera says the Sun is a star because its made of hot gases. d. Robin says the Sun isnt a star because it produces light. Question 5: Xera and Robin are having a disagreement. Xera says that the Sun is a star, but Robin says that it isnt. Which of their claims is correct?

STRIKES X a. Robin says the Sun isnt a star because its bigger than the stars. b. Xera says the Sun is a star but that its hotter than the other stars. c. Xera says the Sun is a star because its made of hot gases. d. Robin says the Sun isnt a star because it produces light. Question 5:

Xera and Robin are having a disagreement. Xera says that the Sun is a star, but Robin says that it isnt. Which of their claims is correct? STRIKES XX a. Robin says the Sun isnt a star because its bigger than the stars. b. Xera says the Sun is a star but that its hotter than the other stars. c. Xera says the Sun is a star because its made of hot gases.

d. Robin says the Sun isnt a star because it produces light. Question 6: STRIKES Elisa is looking for words to describe a star she sees in the sky. Which of the following best describes how a star appears? a. Blinking light b. Flash of light c. Point of light

d. Trail of light Question 6: STRIKES Elisa is looking for words to describe a star she sees in the sky. Which of the following best describes how a star appears? X a. Blinking light b. Flash of light

c. Point of light d. Trail of light Question 6: STRIKES Elisa is looking for words to describe a star she sees in the sky. Which of the following best describes how a star appears? XX a. Blinking light

b. Flash of light c. Point of light d. Trail of light Question 7: Which form of energy does the sun produce? STRIKES a. Light b. Electrical c. Mechanical d. Chemical

Question 7: Which form of energy does the sun produce? STRIKES X a. Light b. Electrical c. Mechanical d. Chemical

Question 7: Which form of energy does the sun produce? STRIKES XX a. Light b. Electrical c. Mechanical d. Chemical Question 8:

STRIKES Solar panels are used to capture energy from the Sun. On what day will solar panels collect the least amount of energy? a. A stormy day b. A hot, sunny day c. A cold, sunny day d. A warm, cloudy day answers

a. Can be blue, red, yellow, orange, and white b. Can be seen during the day c. Made of hot glowing gases d. can be seen at night Question: Jamell made the Venn diagram below to compare the Sun with other stars. Which information is in the wrong section? answers

Question:Question: a. Can be blue, red, yellow, orange, and white b. Can be seen during the day c. Made of hot glowing gases d. can be seen at night Jamell made the Venn diagram below to compare the Sun with other stars. Which information is in the wrong section?

Question 8: STRIKES Solar panels are used to capture energy from the Sun. On what day will solar panels collect the least amount of energy? X a. A stormy day b. A hot, sunny day c. A cold, sunny day

d. A warm, cloudy day Question 8: STRIKES Solar panels are used to capture energy from the Sun. On what day will solar panels collect the least amount of energy? XX a. A stormy day b. A hot, sunny day

c. A cold, sunny day d. A warm, cloudy day STRIKES Question 9: Danika describes the stars as small points of light. She describes the Sun as a large bright ball of gases. But the Sun is also a star. Why does Danika describe them so differently? a. The Sun is much larger than the other stars. b. The Sun is much hotter than the other stars. c. The stars are so much farther away from

Earth that they appear as small points of light, while the Sun is much closer. d. The Sun is closer to Earth, so it looks larger, but the Sun is so dim that it cannot be seen at night like the other stars. STRIKES X Question 9: Danika describes the stars as small points of light. She describes the Sun as a large bright ball of gases. But the

Sun is also a star. Why does Danika describe them so differently? a. The Sun is much larger than the other stars. b. The Sun is much hotter than the other stars. c. The stars are so much farther away from Earth that they appear as small points of light, while the Sun is much closer. d. The Sun is closer to Earth, so it looks larger, but the Sun is so dim that it cannot be seen at night like the other stars. STRIKES XX

Question 9: Danika describes the stars as small points of light. She describes the Sun as a large bright ball of gases. But the Sun is also a star. Why does Danika describe them so differently? a. The Sun is much larger than the other stars. b. The Sun is much hotter than the other stars. c. The stars are so much farther away from Earth that they appear as small points of light, while the Sun is much closer. d. The Sun is closer to Earth, so it looks larger, but the Sun is so dim that it cannot be seen

at night like the other stars. STRIKES Question 10: The Sun is the center of our solar system. It gives off light energy. Which of the following objects is the Sun most like? a. b. c. d.

Titan, a moon that orbits Saturn Halley, a comet that orbits the Sun Alpha Centauri, a star in our galaxy Uranus, a planet in our solar system Question 10: STRIKES X The Sun is the center of our solar system. It gives off light energy. Which of the following objects is

the Sun most like? a. b. c. d. Titan, a moon that orbits Saturn Halley, a comet that orbits the Sun Alpha Centauri, a star in our galaxy Uranus, a planet in our solar system STRIKES XX

Question 10: The Sun is the center of our solar system. It gives off light energy. Which of the following objects is the Sun most like? a. b. c. d. Titan, a moon that orbits Saturn Halley, a comet that orbits the Sun Alpha Centauri, a star in our galaxy

Uranus, a planet in our solar system STRIKES Question 11: Amir is building a model of the solar system. He decides to use a light bulb in the model to represent the Sun. Why is the light bulb a good choice for the model? a. b. c. d.

It uses electricity. It emits light energy. It is covered in glass. It can turn on and off. STRIKES X Question 11: Amir is building a model of the solar system. He decides to use a light bulb in the model to represent the Sun.

Why is the light bulb a good choice for the model? a. b. c. d. It uses electricity. It emits light energy. It is covered in glass. It can turn on and off. STRIKES

XX Question 11: Amir is building a model of the solar system. He decides to use a light bulb in the model to represent the Sun. Why is the light bulb a good choice for the model? a. b. c. d. It uses electricity.

It emits light energy. It is covered in glass. It can turn on and off. Question 12: STRIKES Soil in a garden absorbs heat from the Sun. When would you expect the soil in a garden to cool down the most? a. b.

c. d. when a plane passes over the garden when a shadow is over the garden when a cloud covers the Sun when it is nighttime Question 12: STRIKES X

Soil in a garden absorbs heat from the Sun. When would you expect the soil in a garden to cool down the most? a. b. c. d. when a plane passes over the garden when a shadow is over the garden when a cloud covers the Sun when it is nighttime

Question 12: STRIKES XX Soil in a garden absorbs heat from the Sun. When would you expect the soil in a garden to cool down the most? a. b. c. d.

when a plane passes over the garden when a shadow is over the garden when a cloud covers the Sun when it is nighttime Get out of my cab! SCORE $0 STRIKES XXX

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6. c 7. a 8. a Red Light Question: A 9. c 10. c 11. b 12. d INSTRUCTIONS Enter questions and answers for questions 1-12. You will have to copy/paste for each of numbered questions. Click once to display correct answer. If they get the question right, click green button, red if they get it wrong. Number of strikes will appear. If they get 8 right in a row, they will have a red light challenge question. If

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