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  1. 5th Grade Essential Standards EOG REVIEW

  2. Which best describes how a ball is able to be thrown up into the air? • a. The force of gravity is greater than the force needed to throw the ball up into the air. • b. The force of gravity is less than the force needed to throw the ball up into the air. • c. The force of gravity is equal to the force needed to throw the ball up into the air.

  3. Kate began driving at 6am and it is now 10am. She has traveled 200 miles. What is her average speed? • a. 50 mph • b. 100 mph • c. 25 mph • d. 20 mph

  4. A semi-truck and a small car are both traveling at 55 mph. Both are coming to a stop, but the semi-truck travels a longer distance before it stops. Why does this happen? Explain how you know.

  5. What is gravity?

  6. What is friction?

  7. What is mass?

  8. What is matter?

  9. What is momentum?

  10. What is acceleration?

  11. What is inertia?

  12. What is Newton’s First Law of Motion?

  13. What is Newton’s Second Law of Motion?

  14. What is Newton’s Third Law of Motion?

  15. Kate puts ice into her glass to cool off her water. Eventually, the ice melted. What can be said about the weight of the glass with the ice and water compared to the glass of water after the ice melted? • a. The glass with ice weighed more than the glass of water after it melted. • b. The glass with ice weight less than the glass of water after it melted. • c. The weight never changed.

  16. In which of the following situations has there been a change that has caused a new material? • a. Chopping fire wood • b. Burning fire wood • c. Slicing a pie • d. Cutting grass

  17. Kate held a metal rod over an open flame. What will eventually happen to Kate’s hand? • a. She will not feel any heat because her hand is far away from the flame. • b. She will feel heat after 5 hours because metal is a poor conductor. • c. She will feel heat soon after she begins because metal is a good conductor.

  18. (Draw this on the board) • Imagine a hand holding a pot full of boiling water over a gas flame. • 1. Where is the conduction? • 2. Where is radiation? • 3. Where is convection?

  19. Describe electromagnetic waves.

  20. What is thermal energy?

  21. What is a convection cell?

  22. Kate and Tony currently live in Charlotte, NC. They are planning a trip over winter break to Brazil in South America. What type of clothing should they pack? • a. Heavy coat, scarf, sweaters and a hat • b. Raincoat, long sleeved shirt, jeans • c. Shorts, t-shirt, sunglasses

  23. Kate noticed that the barometer’s reading has increased, the temperature is also increasing from 60’s to 70’s, and there are a few cumulus clouds in the sky with low humidity. How would you predict the weather? • a. Thunderstorms approaching • b. Fair weather • c. Light rain approaching

  24. What is precipitation?

  25. What is a barometer?

  26. What is a jet stream?

  27. What is the difference between low and high pressure?

  28. What is an anemometer?

  29. What kind of weather do cirrus clouds bring?

  30. What weather do stratus clouds bring AND describe what they look like?

  31. What type of weather do cumulus clouds bring?

  32. Describe the weather cumulonimbus clouds bring AND what they look like.

  33. What would most likely happen if the population of penguins decreased? • a. The squid would decrease. • b. The krill would increase. • c. The leopard seal would increase.

  34. Describe a deciduous forest.

  35. Describe a rainforest.

  36. Describe a grasslands.

  37. Describe the continental shelf.

  38. What is the difference between a food web and a food chain?

  39. What is a producer AND give an example?

  40. What is a consumer AND give an example?

  41. What is a decomposer AND give an example?

  42. Describe the process of photosynthesis.

  43. What is the difference between a community and a population?

  44. What does interconnected mean?

  45. Which system of the human body provides structure and support? • a. Muscular • b. Digestive • c. Skeletal

  46. Kate is studying pond water from her backyard. She notices something moving that looks a lot different that anything she’s seen, and Kate thinks it may be unicellular. What characteristics would indicate this to her? • a. Looks like there’s a fluid inside, moves like a big glob with little hairs around the edge. • b. Looks like a rectangle, is green, and doesn’t move • c. Looks like it has more than two cells in its body

  47. What are the messengers in the body that send signals to the brain?

  48. What is the “highway” in which nerves get messages to and from the brain?

  49. What is the “tube” that gets food from the mouth to the stomach?

  50. What are the “balloons” inside the body that fill with oxygen and release carbon dioxide?