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  1. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Materials

  2. Question 1

  3. Which of these is an object? A a song B a smile C a chair D a thought

  4. Which of these is an object? A a song B a smile C a chair D a thought

  5. £100

  6. Question 2

  7. Which of these is a material? A a book B a chair C wood D a cup

  8. Which of these is a material? A a book B a chair C wood D a cup

  9. £200

  10. Question 3

  11. Which of these is a property? A paper B see through C jelly D shoe

  12. Which of these is a property? A paper B see through C jelly D shoe

  13. £300

  14. Question 4

  15. Which of these is a property of leather? A friendly B see through C sharp D flexible

  16. Which of these is a property of leather? A friendly B see through C sharp D flexible

  17. £500

  18. Question 5

  19. Which of these is not a property of metal? A shiny B cold C floppy D hard

  20. Which of these is not a property of metal? A shiny B cold C floppy D hard

  21. £1,000

  22. Question 6

  23. What would be the best material for a pair of shoes? A Chocolate B Sand C Glass D Leather

  24. What would be the best material for a pair of shoes? A Chocolate B Sand C Glass D Leather

  25. £2,000

  26. Question 7

  27. What would not be a good material for making a teapot? A Chocolate B Glass C Metal D China

  28. What would not be a good material for making a teapot? A Chocolate B Glass C Metal D China

  29. £4,000

  30. Question 8

  31. What might Stone age people have use a shell to make? A a coat B a dish C a house D some shoes

  32. What might Stone age people have use a shell to make? A a coat B a dish C a house D some shoes

  33. £8,000

  34. Question 9

  35. What would Stoneage people not have use wood for? A making a fire B building a house C making an axe handle D making a blanket

  36. What would Stoneage people not have use wood for? A making a fire B building a house C making an axe handle D making a blanket

  37. £16,000

  38. Question 10

  39. Which of these could not change the shape of playdough. A smelling B squashing C twisting D pulling

  40. Which of these could not change the shape of playdough A smelling B squashing C twisting D pulling

  41. £32,000

  42. Question 11

  43. What happens to a sponge after it has been squashed? A it makes a noise B it stays squashed C it cleans a plate D it bounces back

  44. What happens to a sponge after it has been squashed? A it makes a noise B it stays squashed C it cleans a plate D it bounces back

  45. £64,000

  46. Question 12

  47. What happens when tights are stretched? A they change colour B they get longer and thinner C both of the above D neither of the above

  48. What happens when tights are stretched? A they change colour B they get longer and thinner C both of the above D neither of the above

  49. £125,000

  50. Question 13