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TN Science: A Closer Look Grade 2 - Macmillan/McGraw-Hill
Introduction
To the Teacher
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Standards Test Preparation for TCAP is designed to familiarize students
with standardized testing and to review the concepts covered in the Tennessee Science
Standards.
About This Book
The test items in this book will accustom students in a grade-appropriate manner with
standardized testing in preparation for the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program
(TCAP). Each test item is correlated to a specific State Performance Indicator (SPI), or Grade
Level Expectation (GLE) in the case of Grades 1 and 2.
• Diagnostic Tests: Two Diagnostic Tests, which can be used as pretests or posttests, are
provided. The Diagnostic Tests are designed to simulate the statewide TCAP tests that
students will be taking. Each Diagnostic Test consists of multiple-choice questions that cover
SPIs or GLEs spanning all 12 Conceptual Strands in Life Science, Earth and Space Science,
and Physical Science. Inquiry and Technology & Engineering SPIs or GLEs are embedded
within each test.
• Standards Tests: These practice tests give students the opportunity to answer questions that
focus on each of the Conceptual Strands of the Tennessee Science Standards. One test is
provided for each of the 12 Life Science, Earth and Space Science, and Physical Science
Conceptual Strands. Inquiry and Technology & Engineering SPIs or GLEs are embedded
within each test. These tests can also be used as pretests and posttests, or as homework
assignments or extra practice.
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• Correlation Chart: The first correlation chart illustrates how the SPIs or GLEs covered in
this book align with lessons in Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Tennessee Science A Closer Look.
The second chart illustrates how the SPIs or GLEs align with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill Key
Concept Cards and other materials that can be used for intervention if test results indicate
that students are having difficulty with particular SPIs or GLEs.
Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Lesson Correlations for Tennessee State Performance Indicators . . . . . . . . . . iv
Interventions for Tennessee State Performance Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi
Diagnostic Test I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Standards and Scientific Inquiry Tests
Standard 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Standard 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Standard 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Standard 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Standard 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Standard 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Standard 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Standard 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Standard 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Standard 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Standard 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Standard 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Diagnostic Test II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Answer Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Grade 2
Contents
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Correlation Chart
Lesson Correlations for Tennessee Grade Level Expectations
Chapter, Lesson
GLE 0207.Inq.1 Observe the world of familiar objects
using the senses and tools.
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
1, Lesson 2; Chapter 2, Lesson 1;
3, Lesson 1; Chapter 5, Lesson 1;
5, Lesson 2; Chapter 6, Lesson 1;
7, Lesson 1; Chapter 7, Lesson 2;
8, Lesson 1; Chapter 8, Lesson 2
GLE 0207.Inq.2 Ask questions, make logical predictions,
plan investigations, and represent data.
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
1, Lesson 1; Chapter 2, Lesson 2;
3, Lesson 3; Chapter 4, Lesson 2;
5, Lesson 3; Chapter 6, Lesson 3;
7, Lesson 2; Chapter 7, Lesson 4;
8, Lesson 1; Chapter 8, Lesson 2;
8, Lesson 3; Chapter 8, Lesson 4
GLE 0207.Inq.3 Explain the data from an investigation.
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
1, Lesson 3; Chapter 1, Lesson 4;
2, Lesson 3; Chapter 3 Lesson 2;
4, Lesson 1; Chapter 5, Lesson 3;
6, Lesson 2; Chapter 7, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.T/E.1 Recognize that both natural materials
and human-made tools have specific characteristics that
determine their uses.
Technology: A Closer Look, Lesson 1;
Technology: A Closer Look, Lesson 2
GLE 0107.T/E.2 Apply engineering design and creative
thinking to solve practical problems.
Technology: A Closer Look, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.1.1 Recognize that plants and animals are
made up of smaller parts and use food, water, and air
to survive.
Chapter 1, Lesson 1
GLE 0207.2.1 Investigate the habitats of different kinds
of local plants and animals.
Chapter 1, Lesson 2; Chapter 1, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.2.2 Investigate living things found in different
places.
Chapter 1, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.2.3 Identify basic ways that plants and animals
depend on each other.
Chapter 1, Lesson 2; Chapter 1, Lesson 4
GLE 0207.3.1 Recognize that animals eat plants or other
animals for food.
Chapter 1, Lesson 4
GLE 0207.4.1 Compare the life cycles of various
organisms.
Chapter 2, Lesson 1; Chapter 2, Lesson 2
GLE 0207.4.2 Realize that parents pass along physical
characteristics to their offspring.
Chapter 2, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.5.1 Investigate the relationship between an
animal’s characteristics and the features of the environment where it lives.
Chapter 3, Lesson 1; Chapter 3, Lesson 2;
Chapter 3, Lesson 3
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Grade Level Expectation
Correlation Chart
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Grade Level Expectation
Chapter, Lesson
GLE 0207.5.2 Draw conclusions from fossils about
organisms that lived in the past.
Chapter 3, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.6.1 Realize that the sun is our nearest star and
that its position in the sky appears to change.
Chapter 4, Lesson 1
GLE 0207.6.2 Make observations of changes in the
moon’s appearance over time.
Chapter 4, Lesson 2
GLE 0207.7.1 Compare and record the components of a
variety of soil types.
Chapter 5, Lesson 2
GLE 0207.7.2 Describe rocks according to their origin,
size, shape, texture, and color.
Chapter 5, Lesson 1
GLE 0207.7.3 Differentiate between renewable and
non–renewable resources.
Chapter 5, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.8.1 Associate temperature patterns with
seasonal changes.
Chapter 6, Lesson 1; Chapter 6, Lesson 2;
Chapter 6, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.9.1 Use tools to observe the physical properties
of objects.
Chapter 7, Lesson 1; Chapter 7, Lesson 2;
Chapter 7, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.9.2 Investigate how temperature changes
affect the state of matter.
Chapter 7, Lesson 4
GLE 0207.9.3 Recognize that air takes up space.
Chapter 7, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.10.1 Explain why the sun is the primary source
of the earth’s energy.
Chapter 8, Lesson 1
GLE 0207.11.1 Investigate how vibrating objects produce
sound.
Chapter 8, Lesson 2
GLE 0207.11.2 Classify sounds according to their loudness
and pitch.
Chapter 8, Lesson 2
GLE 0207.12.1 Experiment with magnets to determine
that objects can move without being touched.
Chapter 8, Lesson 3
GLE 0207.12.2 Realize that things fall toward the ground
unless something holds them up.
Chapter 8, Lesson 4
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Key Concept Cards
Interventions for the Tennessee Grade Level Expectations
Intervention Resources
GLE 0207.Inq.1 Observe the world of familiar objects using
the senses and tools.
Key Concept Cards 19, 27, 28
GLE 0207.Inq.2 Ask questions, make logical predictions, plan
investigations, and represent data.
Key Concept Card 29, 32, 35
GLE 0207.Inq.3 Explain the data from an investigation
Key Concept Card 35
GLE 0207.T/E.1 Recognize that both natural materials and
human-made tools have specific characteristics that determine their uses.
Key Concept Card 34
GLE 0207.T/E.2 Apply engineering design and creative thinking to solve practical problems
Key Concept Card 35
GLE 0207.1.1 Recognize that plants and animals are made up
of smaller parts and use food, water, and air to survive.
Key Concept Cards 1,4
GLE 0207.2.1 Investigate the habitats of different kinds of
local plants and animals.
Key Concept Card 7
GLE 0207.2.2 Investigate living things found in different
places.
Key Concept Card 11
GLE 0207.2.3 Identify basic ways that plants and animals
depend on each other.
Key Concept Card 8
GLE 0207.3.1 Recognize that animals eat plants or other
animals for food.
Key Concept Card 8
GLE 0207.4.1 Compare the life cycles of various organisms.
Key Concept Cards 2, 5
GLE 0207.4.2 Realize that parents pass along physical
characteristics to their offspring.
Key Concept Cards 3, 5
GLE 0207.5.1 Investigate the relationship between an
animal’s characteristics and the features of the environment
where it lives.
Key Concept Cards 6, 7, 9, 10, 11
GLE 0207.5.2 Draw conclusions from fossils about organisms
that lived in the past.
Reading and Writing pp. 54–57
GLE 0207.6.1 Realize that the sun is our nearest star and that
its position in the sky appears to change.
Key Concept Card 25
GLE 0207.6.2 Make observations of changes in the moon’s
appearance over time.
Key Concept Card 24
GLE 0207.7.1 Compare and record the components of a
variety of soil types.
Key Concept Card 17
GLE 0207.7.2 Describe rocks according to their origin, size,
shape, texture, and color.
Key Concept Cards 15, 16
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Grade Level Expectation
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Key Concept Cards
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Grade Level Expectation
Intervention Resources
GLE 0207.7.3 Differentiate between renewable and
non–renewable resources.
Key Concept Cards 16, 17, 18, 20
GLE 0207.8.1 Associate temperature patterns with seasonal
changes.
Key Concept Cards 6, 15, 23
GLE 0207.9.1 Use tools to observe the physical properties
of objects.
Key Concept Cards 27, 28
GLE 0207.9.2 Investigate how temperature changes affect
the state of matter.
Key Concept Card 30
GLE 0207.9.3 Recognize that air takes up space
Key Concept Card 19
GLE 0207.10.1 Explain why the sun is the primary source of
the earth’s energy
Key Concept Cards 20, 36
GLE 0207.11.1 Investigate how vibrating objects produce
sound.
Key Concept Cards 37
GLE 0207.11.2 Classify sounds according to their loudness
and pitch
Key Concept Cards 37
GLE 0207.12.1 Experiment with magnets to determine that
objects can move without being touched.
Key Concept Cards 35
GLE 0207.12.2 Realize that things fall toward the ground
unless something holds them up.
Reading and Writing pp. 153–156;
Activity Lab Book p. 132
Grade 2
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Name
Diagnostic
Test 1
Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, fill in the circle
next to the correct answer.
1
Look at the picture below.
What will happen to some of the water in this pond on a hot day?
GLE 0207.Inq.1, 0207.10.1
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Some
Some
Some
Some
of
of
of
of
the
the
the
the
water
water
water
water
will
will
will
will
dissolve.
freeze.
evaporate.
cause a flood.
What is true about all living things?
GLE 0207.1.1




3
All
All
All
All
living
living
living
living
things
things
things
things
make their own food.
need water.
can move around.
live on land.
Look at the chart below.
Animal Part
mouth
hard shell
thick fur
strong legs
Job
takes in food
protects body
keeps body warm
move fast
What part helps a sea otter live in cold water?
GLE 0207.5.1




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thick fur
gills
wings
fins
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Diagnostic
Test 1
4
Name
Date
Why do the Sun and the Moon seem to move in the sky?
GLE 0207.6.1




5
The Sun rotates.
Earth rotates.
The Moon rotates.
The Sun and the Moon rotate.
What does a lion eat?
GLE 0207.3.1
 flowers
 nuts
 bark
 meat
6
Which word describes the temperature in summer?




7
rainy
icy
hot
cold
Coal is a nonrenewable resource because
GLE 0207.7.3




8
people will never run out of it.
it is used to heat homes.
once it is all used up, there will be no more left.
it is mined only two times each year.
What happens as the Moon orbits Earth?
GLE 0207.6.2




2
The
The
The
The
Moon’s
Moon’s
Moon’s
Moon’s
mass appears to change.
color appears to change.
shape appears to change.
texture appears to change.
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GLE 0207.8.1
Name
9
Date
Diagnostic
Test 1
Look at the picture below
Why are trees important to this habitat?
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GLE 0207.2.3




10
The trees help block sunlight.
Their leaves change color in the fall.
The trees provide food and shelter to animals.
The trees provide wood for buildings.
It is a hot day. You are eating ice cream. You notice that the ice
cream gets soft very quickly. Why?
GLE 0207.Inq.3, 0207.9.2




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The ice cream freezes as it gets warm.
There is a lot of water in ice cream.
It is chocolate ice cream.
The ice cream melts as it gets warm.
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Diagnostic
Test 1
11
Name
Date
Look at the picture of a dinosaur fossil.
Triceratops
What can the fossil teeth of Triceratops tell you?
GLE 0207.5.2




12
They
They
They
They
tell
tell
tell
tell
what color Triceratops was.
how tall Triceratops was.
that Triceratops ate plants.
how Triceratops died.
What would you have to do to make a loud sound on a guitar?




13
Pluck
Pluck
Pluck
Pluck
only the short strings.
only the long strings.
any of the strings very gently.
any of the strings very hard.
Look at the diagram below.
What would you expect to happen next in any plant’s life cycle?
GLE 0207.4.1




4
The plant will stop growing.
The plant will continue to grow.
Other plants will grow.
An animal will eat the plant.
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GLE 0207.11.2
Name
14
Date
Diagnostic
Test 1
What is the layer of soil where animals live called?
GLE 0207.7.1




15
clay
topsoil
subsoil
sand
Which moon phase is shown below?
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16
new moon
full moon
first quarter moon
half moon
Which kind of plant grows in a woodland forest?
GLE 0207.2.2




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water lily
oak tree
cactus
seaweed
Tennessee Test Preparation
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Diagnostic
Test 1
17
Name
Date
How can you tell when winter is changing to spring?
GLE 0207.8.1




18
The weather starts to get warmer.
The weather starts to get colder.
The Moon changes shape.
There is less sunlight.
How are kittens and puppies alike?
GLE 0207.4.1, 0207.4.2




Jessie placed a pencil, a rock, and a spoon in a group.
Jessie wants to find out which object is the longest. What tool
should he use?
GLE 0207.T/E.1, 0207.9.1




20
a
a
a
a
microscope
thermometer
ruler
balance
Ethan dug very deep into the soil. As he dug, the color of the soil
became lighter and the soil became rockier. Why?
GLE 0207.7.1




6
Deeper soil has fewer nutrients.
Ethan’s spade was heavy.
The deeper layer of soil is richer.
Many living things live and die there.
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Their life cycles differ from their parents’ life cycles.
They are both hatched from eggs.
They do not grow and change.
Their traits are similar to their parents’ traits.
Name
21
Diagnostic
Test 1
Date
Joy has a toy car on her desk. The car is made of steel. How can
she move the car without touching it?
GLE 0207.T/E.1, 0207.12.1




22
Push it with her hand.
Use a magnet.
Use a filter.
Wait until it gets hot.
You throw a ball straight up in the air. What happens next?
GLE 0207.12.2




23
The ball stays in the air.
The ball moves right.
The ball moves left.
Gravity pulls it down.
Which animal lives in a cave?
GLE 0207.2.2
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Name
Date
Julio put a glass of water on the kitchen table each day for a
week. The glass stayed in the same place from breakfast to
dinner. Julio saw that the height of the water went down a
little each day. What happened to the water in the glass?
GLE 0207.Inq.3, 0207.9.2




25
The
The
The
The
water
water
water
water
melted.
evaporated.
froze.
condensed.
How can you move a pile of steel paper clips without touching any?
GLE 0207.T/E.2, 0207.12.1




your hand.
an ice cube.
your fingers.
a magnet.
What is the same about all rocks?
GLE 0207.7.2




27
They
They
They
They
are
are
are
are
all
all
all
all
the same color.
the same size.
made of minerals.
the same texture.
What kind of sound will you make if you gently pull the short
strings of a harp?
GLE 0207.11.2




8
a low pitch sound
a high pitch sound
a loud sound
no sound
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Use
Use
Use
Use
Name
28
Look at the picture below.
1
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Test 1
Date
2
4
3
Which pictures show water habitats?
GLE 0207.1.2




29
Pictures
Pictures
Pictures
Pictures
1
2
1
3
and
and
and
and
3
3
4
4
What happens when a balloon is pumped with air?
GLE 0207.1.2




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The
The
The
The
balloon
balloon
balloon
balloon
changes color.
changes shape.
flies away
gets smaller.
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Diagnostic
Test 1
Look at the picture below.




31
Date
lizards, snakes, coyotes
turtle, frog, fish
seals, walruses, polar bears
dolphins, sea turtles, sharks
How is sound made?
GLE 0207.11.1




32
Something
Something
Something
Something
spins.
burns.
vibrates.
glows.
What is a bear most likely to eat?
GLE 0207.3.1




33
grass and seaweed
berries and fish
other bears
whales and dolphins
What happens when you jump in the air?
GLE 0207.12.2




10
Your mass changes.
You start to float.
Gravity pulls you back down.
Your volume changes.
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Name
Name
34
Diagnostic
Test 1
Date
What kinds of resources are sunlight and oil?
GLE 0207.7.3




35
Oil is a renewable resource. Sunlight is a nonrenewable resource.
Both are nonrenewable resources.
Sunlight is a renewable resource. Oil is a nonrenewable resource.
Both are renewable resources
Which tool can help us examine very tiny things?
GLE 0207.T/E.2, 0207.9.1

hand lens


ruler
100
thermometer
90
80
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60
50
40
30
20
10
0

16
12
8
4
36
What does a seed need to start growing?
GLE 0207.1.1




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other plants
a dry place
water
hot air
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Test 1
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Name
Date
Look at the picture of a Triceratops fossil.
Triceratops
What can you predict about Triceratops from this fossil?
GLE 0207.5.2
Triceratops was probably a gentle animal.
Triceratops was very different from animals living today.
Triceratops probably ate meat.
Triceratops probably lived in groups.
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Date
Diagnostic
Test 1
Look at the picture of animals in their habitat.
How do the living things in this habitat interact?
GLE 0207.2.3




39
The
The
The
The
tree keeps the animals from getting lonely.
animals can get things they need from the tree.
tree doesn’t need to live.
animals stay away from each other.
Which is the brightest star in the sky?
GLE 0207.6.1




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the Moon
the Sun
Jupiter
Saturn
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Test 1
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Name
Date
Look at the drawing of a tree.
What will this young tree look like when it becomes an
adult tree?




41
It
It
It
It
will
will
will
will
look like its parent.
look different from its parent.
have a skeleton.
grow flowers.
The tires of a bicycle are filled with air. What happens when you
put air into a tire?
GLE 0207.9.3




14
The
The
The
The
tire falls off.
air takes up space inside the tire.
tire gets smaller.
tire does not work.
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GLE 0207.4.2
Name
42
Date
Diagnostic
Test 1
Look at the picture below.
Which habitat does this picture show?
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a woodland forest
cave
barrens
river
When does a guitar make a sound?
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when
when
when
when
its strings vibrate
you shake it back and forth
you blow on its strings
you carry it
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Test 1
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Name
Date
Look at the group of rocks below.
GLE 0207.Inq.2, 0207.2
What can you tell about the rocks from these pictures?
 They all have a smooth texture.
 They all have a light color.
 They all have a dark color.
 They all have different textures.
This picture shows the life cycle of a butterfly.
What happens after stage 4 of this life cycle?
GLE 0207.11.1




16
The
The
The
The
butterfly
butterfly
butterfly
butterfly
eats a caterpillar.
becomes a caterpillar.
becomes a pupa.
makes more of its kind.
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Name
46
Date
Diagnostic
Test 1
Which of these tools would you use to find out how big your
desk is?
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a
a
a
a
hand lens
balance
ruler
thermometer
Trees get the energy they need to make their own food from
GLE 0207.10.1
batteries.
coal.
the Sun.
oil.
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Standard 1
Test
Name
Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, fill in the circle
next to the correct answer.
1
How are all plants and animals alike?
GLE 0207.1.1




2
They
They
They
They
both need air and water.
both make their own food.
both have the same parts.
do not need water.
Which statement is true about all living things?
GLE 0207.1.1
3
All
All
All
All
living
living
living
living
things
things
things
things
have hair.
can live in very cold places.
can live in very hot places.
have parts that work together.
Why do plants and animals need food?
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Food
Food
Food
Food
helps them chew.
gives them shelter.
gives them energy.
gives them oxygen.
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Look at the diagram of a plant.
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leaves
roots
fruit
flower
Elvira saw a large bird catch a fish in a stream. Why might the
large bird catch a fish?
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for
for
for
for
exercise
food
shelter
air
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Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
Look at the picture of a habitat in Tennessee.
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lion
elephant
duck
buffalo
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The picture below shows a Tennessee habitat. Use the picture to
answer questions 2 and 3.
2
Look at the picture. What is this habitat called?
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woodland forest
barren
cave
river
What kinds of animals live in the habitat shown in the picture
above?
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fish and frogs
zebras and giraffes
whales and dolphins
deer and raccoons
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Standard 2
Test
4
Name
Date
Look at the chart below. It tells where some animals live.
Where Animals live
Land
Air
Water
butterfly
•
•
shark
whale
bat
•
?
•
raccoon
•
eaGLE
•
squirrel
•
•
elephant
•
The chart is missing another animal that lives in water. Which
animal might that be?
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a lizard
a horse
a fish
an owl
A habitat with low hills covered in tall grasses and
small plants is a
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woodland forest
river
barren
lake
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Which of these lives in a cave?
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Which picture shows a woodland forest plant?
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8
Date
Standard 2
Test
Where could you find a turtle?
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in a cave
in a lake
in a forest
under the soil
Where do polar bears live?
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in
in
in
in
hot and dry habitats
forests
warm and wet habitats
cold and snowy habitats
Here is a picture of two rabbits.
How do rabbits get shelter?
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They
They
They
They
live in bushes.
live in trees.
live under leaves in the forest.
dig burrows in the soil.
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Date
11
Look at the picture. What does the squirrel get from the tree?
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water
air
shelter
sunlight
How might the squirrel help the tree?
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It
It
It
It
gets food for the tree.
helps the tree get water.
spreads the tree’s seeds.
is friends with the tree.
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Date
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What is the woodpecker getting from the tree?
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water
food
air
soil
How do earthworms help plants?
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They
They
They
They
eat weeds.
are food for birds.
move seeds from place to place.
help break up the soil.
How do hummingbirds and plants help each other?
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Hummingbirds eat fruit.
Hummingbirds spread a plant’s seeds.
Flowers shelter hummingbirds.
Hummingbirds drink nectar from flowers and move
pollen from plant to plant.
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Standard 3
Test
Name
Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
Look at the picture of a food chain.
Which living thing is near the beginning of this food chain?
lizard
snake
plant
insect
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2
Date
Standard 3
Test
Which statement is a true statement about animals?
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Animals
Animals
Animals
eat plants and other animals for food.
make their own food.
make their own energy.
eat only plants.
Look at the diagram of a food chain. Use the diagram to answer
questions 3, 4 and 5.
3
Which animal eats only plants?
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the
the
the
the
insect
lizard
snake
hawk
Which living thing eats the lizard?
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the
the
the
the
insect
snake
hawk
plant
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Test
5
Name
Date
Which living thing is both a predator and a prey?
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the
the
the
plant
insect
lizard
hawk
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Date
Standard 4
Test
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
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Look at the picture of a growing plant.
How is what will happen to the plant like what will happen to a
young panda?
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2
Both
Both
Both
Both
will
will
will
will
stop growing.
get bigger.
start to die.
eat insects.
What happens after a chick and a caterpillar hatch from an egg?
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Both
Both
Both
Both
stop growing.
become pupas.
begin to fly.
begin to grow into adults.
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Date
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Look at the pictures of a butterfly life cycle and a frog life cycle.
Use the pictures to answer questions 3, 4, and 5.
Grade 2
Name
3
Date
Standard 4
Test
How do both butterflies and frogs start life?
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4
egg
larva
pupa
adult
The tadpole stage in a frog’s life is similar to which stage in a
butterfly’s life?
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egg
larva
pupa
adult
What is true about both frogs and butterflies?
 They both change shape during their lives.
 They both look like their parents as soon as they hatch from eggs.
 They both are born live from their mothers.
 They both start life in water.
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Standard 4
Test
6
Name
Date
Look at the picture below.
How does the small tree compare to the big tree?




7
They
They
Both
Both
are different types of trees.
have similar characteristics.
are adult trees.
are very young trees.
How are kittens like their parents?
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They
They
They
They
have the same color fur as their parents.
are the same size and shape as their parents.
like to play with people and other kittens.
have four legs and are covered with fur.
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Standard 4
Test
Date
Look at the picture of a dog and her puppies.
How do the puppies compare with their parent?
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identical color
identical size
similar characteristics
same age
How are kittens and caterpillars alike?
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Their life cycles are different from their parents’ life cycles.
They hatch from eggs.
They do not grow and change.
Their traits are similar to their parents’ traits.
How can you tell if two plants are related?
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They
They
They
They
grow apart.
use sunlight to make food.
have similar traits.
grow tall.
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Standard 5
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Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
Which trait is most useful in a very cold climate?
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a long tail
an extra layer of fat
dark fur
good hearing
What helps a sea otter live in cold water?
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3
thick fur
gills
sharp teeth
fins
What is true about turtles?
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Turtles
Turtles
Turtles
Turtles
can change into snakes.
have a hard shell for protection.
change color to blend in with their surroundings.
build cocoons.
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Date
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Which part of the body helps an animal swim?
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Test
5
Name
Date
Look at the picture below.
What is the habitat for which this animal has the best traits?
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river
pond
cave
woodland forest
What are fossils?
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remains of plants and animals from long ago
pictures of living plants and animals
living dinosaurs
types of plants that grow in rocks
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a
a
a
a
Name
7
Date
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Look at the picture of a dinosaur fossil.
What can we learn about this animal from its fossil?
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It
It
It
It
looked like a sheep.
had horns.
lived in water.
had wings.
Look again at the dinosaur fossil in question 7. What else can
scientists learn about this animal from this fossil?
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It
It
It
It
had two feet.
had four legs.
had green skin.
barked.
What can dinosaur fossils tell us?
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the color of the dinosaur
who the dinosaur’s parents were
what the dinosaur ate
how many relatives the dinosaur had
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Test
Date
Look at the picture of a fossil.
What living thing might this fossil be related to?
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fish
bird
dinosaur
plant
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Name
Standard 6
Test
Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
Where does the Sun appear at the end of the day?
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low in the sky
under the Moon
high in the sky
behind the Moon
Why does the Sun seem to move across the sky?
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because
because
because
because
the Sun follows Earth’s orbit
of Earth’s rotation
of Earth’s revolution
the Sun follows the Moon
It is the middle of a sunny day. Where can you find the Sun in the
sky?
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It
It
It
It
appears
appears
appears
appears
to be sinking in the sky
high in the sky.
behind the Moon
to be low in the sky.
Which is the nearest star in our sky?
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the Moon
the Sun
Polaris
Saturn
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Test
5
Name
Date
When does the Sun appear highest in the sky?
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sunrise
noon
sunset
midnight
What does the Moon look like when it is full?
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a
a
a
a
crescent
circle
trianGLE
half-circle
Which of these statements about a full moon is true?




8
A
A
A
A
full
full
full
full
moon
moon
moon
moon
occurs
occurs
occurs
occurs
every night.
every week.
every month.
once a year.
When do we see a full moon?
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every night
every day
once a month
once a year
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Date
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Test
The pictures below show some shapes of the Moon.
What are these shapes called?
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phases
circles
stars
seasons
What happens as the Moon orbits Earth?
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Its
Its
Its
Its
mass appears to change.
color appears to change.
shape appears to change.
texture appears to change.
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Standard 7
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Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
From which layer of soil do plants get nutrients?
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topsoil
sandy soil
subsoil
clay soil
Topsoil is usually what kind of color?
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3
pink
gray
dark
light
How is gravel different from clay?
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Gravel is smooth and clay is rough.
Clay is smooth and gravel is rough.
Gravel holds more water than clay.
Clay holds more air than gravel.
Which is true about sandy soils?
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They
They
They
They
contain a lot of topsoil.
are made of gravel.
hold less water than rough soils.
hold less water than clay soils.
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Date
How does topsoil compare to clay?
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Topsoil is lighter in color than clay.
Clay is redder in color than topsoil.
Topsoil and clay are made of big pieces of rock.
Plants can only grow in topsoil.
Dara found two rocks. She drew these pictures of the rocks she
found.
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Rock B
What is different about the two rocks?
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their
their
their
their
size
color
shape
texture
Look again at the rocks in question 6. How could you describe
rock B?
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black
square
spotted
smooth
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Test
8
Name
Date
Which statement about rocks is true?
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Look at the picture of rocks.
Rock A
Rock B
Rock C
How could you describe rock A?
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It
It
It
It
is white.
is shiny.
is rough.
has many colors.
Look again at the rocks in question 9. How are rock B and
rock C alike?
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They
They
They
They
both
both
both
both
are
are
are
are
rough.
dull.
spotted.
shiny.
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A rock can be made of one mineral.
All rocks are made of different minerals.
Rocks are living things.
Water gives rocks their different colors.
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Standard 7
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Date
How are renewable resources different from nonrenewable?
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Renewable resources cannot be replaced.
Nonrenewable resources cannot be replaced.
Renewable resources cannot be recycled.
Renewable resources cannot be reused.
Which of these are natural resources?
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plastic and metal
Moon and stars
wires and electricity
water and air
Why should coal and oil be used wisely?
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They are both made in factories
There is none left on Earth.
They take a long time to form.
They come from inside Earth.
What is true about Earth’s natural resources?
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We should try to use them wisely.
We can make them very quickly.
They are all easily replaced.
They are harmful to the environment.
Which nonrenewable resource helps people grow plants?
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soil
rocks
oil
coal
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Test
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Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
Look at the pictures of objects in the sky.
Earth orbits around one of these objects. This orbit gives Earth its
seasons. Which object does Earth travel around?
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the
the
the
the
stars
Sun
Moon
planets
How is spring different from winter?
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It
It
It
It
is
is
is
is
warmer.
cooler.
snowier.
windier.
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3
Standard 8
Test
Date
Look at the chart below.
Hours of Sunlight in One Day
Season
Hours
fall
11 /2 hours
winter
10 hours
spring
12 hours
summer
14 /2 hours
1
1
Which season has the least sunlight?
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spring
summer
winter
fall
Look again at the chart in question 3. Which season has the most
sunlight?
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spring
summer
winter
fall
When is air temperature in Tennessee the warmest?
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winter
spring
summer
fall
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Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
Heraldo has a block of wood. He would like to measure its
length. Which tool will help him measure the block?
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a
a
a
a
meterstick
pan balance
thermometer
hand lens
Which tool is best used to see a very small object?
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meter stick
hand lens
scissor
ruler
Look at the picture.
What will happen if you put a rock in the empty pan?
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The
The
The
The
balance will stay the same.
pan with the rock will drop down.
pan with the feather will drop down.
pan with the rock will lift up.
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Date
You pour water into a tall container. You fill it to a line that
reads “50 mL.” What are you measuring?
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mass
weight
volume
temperature
Jayda wants to know at what temperature ice melts. Which tool
should she use?
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90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

16
12
8
4
Grade 2
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6
Name
Date
A scoop of ice cream in a dish starts to melt. The ice cream gets
soft. How can you make the ice cream harder?
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Cover it with foil.
Add some water.
Put it in a sunny place.
Put it in the freezer.
Janice puts a bowl of ice in a sunny place. How will the ice
change?
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ice
ice
ice
ice
will
will
will
will
freeze.
condense.
dissolve.
melt.
Look at the picture below.
What could you do to keep the water at the same level every
day?
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Put the bowl in the Sun.
Put the bowl in a warm place.
Put a cover on the bowl.
Pour the water into a bigger bowl.
When does liquid water become a gas?
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when
when
when
when
the air is cold
the air is warm
it is raining
there are clouds
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The
The
The
The
Name
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Standard 9
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Date
What happens to water when you add heat to it?
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The
The
The
The
water
water
water
water
condenses.
freezes.
boils.
does not change.
Mandy had a birthday party. Her friends blew up some balloons.
One of the balloons pops. What happened to that balloon?
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The
The
The
The
balloon
balloon
balloon
balloon
changed color when air went into it.
lost its shape when air escaped from it.
started to freeze.
started to condense.
Manuel learned that matter is all around him. What matter can
he not see?
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Hector blows up a balloon at the same time that Lily blows up a
balloon. Lily’s balloon is larger than Hector’s. Why?




14
ants
trees
grass
air
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Lily’s balloon has less air in it.
Lily’s balloon has more air in it.
Hector’s balloon has more air in it.
Lily’s balloon is colder than Hector’s.
Air has volume. What does this mean?
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Air
Air
Air
Air
has no color.
has no smell.
takes up space.
changes temperature.
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Date
What happens when you blow up a balloon?
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The
The
The
balloon’s
balloon’s
balloon’s
balloon’s
sound changes.
size changes.
color changes.
taste changes.
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Date
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Test
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
Where does most of Earth’s light come from?
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a fire
a lamp
the Sun
the Moon
Where does most of Earth’s heat come from?
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the
the
the
the
Moon
planets
Sun
water
What can the Sun do to a liquid?
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It
It
It
It
can
can
can
can
change the liquid to a solid.
change the liquid to a gas.
make the liquid change color.
change the liquid to ice.
One day in summer, it was too hot to play outside. Rebecca’s
mother made her stay indoors that day. Where did the heat
outside come from?
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the
the
the
the
heater in Rebecca’s home
Sun’s energy
ground’s energy
pull of the Earth
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Test
5
Name
Date
Look at the picture of a beach in summer.
What causes the sand on the beach to get hot?
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the
the
the
the
crowds
ocean
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waves
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Test
Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
When is sound made?
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2
when
when
when
when
something
something
something
something
spins
burns
vibrates
freezes
Look at the picture.
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What must you do to make a sound with the drum?
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3
Look at it.
Hit it.
Shake it.
Talk to it.
What happens if you pull the string of an instrument and then
let it go?
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4
The
The
The
The
string
string
string
string
breaks.
makes a sound.
changes color.
gets longer.
Suppose you touch the moving string of an instrument. The
string stops moving. What happens next?
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The
The
The
The
string
string
string
string
stops making a sound.
makes a different sound.
changes shape.
gets shorter.
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Standard 11
Test
5
Date
What is true about some sounds?




6
Name
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You can move them.
You can feel them.
They can change color.
They last forever.
What kinds of sounds do small vibrations make?
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7
soft sounds
loud sounds
deep sounds
large sounds
What is pitch?




8
how
how
how
how
high a sound is
loud a sound is
short a sound is
long a sound is
Which words can be used to describe the volume of a sound?
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9
big and little
high and low
loud and soft
smooth and rough
What kinds of sounds do fast vibrations make?
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low-pitch sounds
high-pitch sounds
quiet sounds
silly sounds
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Name
10
Standard 11
Test
Date
Look at the picture.
What should you do to make a loud sound with the guitar?
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Pluck
Pluck
Pluck
Pluck
only the short strings.
only the long strings.
a string very gently.
a string very hard.
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Standard 12
Test
Name
Date
Directions: On your answer sheet, mark the correct
answer.
1
What is a magnet?
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2
something
something
something
something
that
that
that
that
repels objects containing iron
attracts objects containing iron
vibrates when it moves
lights up when you press a switch
What happens when two magnets attract each other?
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3
They
They
They
They
change to a solid.
are pushed apart.
are pulled together.
melt.
Vita put screws, nails, erasers, and marbles on her desk. Which
objects will she be able to move with a magnet?
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screws and nails
erasers and marbles
nails and marbles
erasers and screws
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4
Standard 12
Test
Date
Look at the picture of two magnets.
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What happens when the two poles of the magnets meet?
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5
They
They
They
They
attract one another.
repel one another.
push one another apart.
stretch and grow longer.
How can you move a pile of steel paper clips without
touching any?
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6
Push them with your hand.
Place an ice cube on them.
Use your fingers.
Use a magnet.
Kylie jumps up in the air. What happens?
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7
Her mass changes.
She floats up higher.
Gravity pulls her back down.
Her volume changes.
What makes the apples on a tree fall to the ground after their
stems break?
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magnets
gravity
pitch
heat
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Test
8
Name
Date
What happens if you drop a pencil and a brick at the same time?
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9
They both reach the ground at the same time.
The pencil reaches the ground first.
The brick reaches the ground first.
Gravity pushes them back up.
Sara goes to the pool. She dives from the diving board into the
water. What force pulls Sara into the water?
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10
magnetism
gravity
electricity
friction
Jorge kicked a ball into the air. Why did the ball land on the
ground?




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Air held it up.
He didn’t kick the ball hard enough.
Gravity pulled the ball back to Earth.
Earth’s magnetism repelled the ball.
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Date
Name
Diagnostic
Test 2
Directions: On your answer sheet, fill in the circle
next to the correct answer.
1
What helps a polar bear live in a cold place?
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2
long claws
thick fur
big teeth
body shape
Where does the Sun appear in the early morning?
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low in the sky
under the Moon
high in the sky
behind the Moon
Look at the picture of fish.
Why is this a good place for fish to live?
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The
The
The
The
fish
fish
fish
fish
have other fish near them.
are far from the Sun.
can get what they need.
get too cold on land.
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Diagnostic
Test 2
4.
Name
Date
Look at the picture of a rock.
How could you describe this rock?
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white
rough
smooth
fuzzy
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Name
5
Date
Diagnostic
Test 2
Which body part helps an animal to survive in a water habitat?
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Diagnostic
Test 2
6
Name
Date
Which season is it in Tennessee when Earth is tilted toward the
Sun?
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7
winter
spring
summer
fall
What makes high-pitch sounds different from low-pitch sounds?
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8
the temperature of the air
the speed of the vibrations
the batteries
how hard the object is hit
How are an earthworm and an ant similar to a rabbit?
ants
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rabbit




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They
They
They
They
eat the same food as a rabbit.
also mix the soil, helping plants to grow.
all hurt the environment.
have the same number of legs.
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Name
9
Date
Diagnostic
Test 2
Which of these are nonrenewable resources?
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10
sunlight and air
water and coal
coal, oil, and gas
oil and air
Sally wants to measure a pencil with a balance.
Which measurement might she get?
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11
5
5
5
5
grams
milliliters
degrees Celsius
cups
How are butterflies and young birds alike?
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12
They
They
They
They
both
both
both
both
grow
grow
grow
grow
from
from
from
from
seeds.
eggs.
the water.
the sky.
The Moon looks as if it changes shape from night to night. What
is each shape called?
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month
orbit
phase
constellation
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Diagnostic
Test 2
13
Name
Date
Which statement is true about all living things?
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All
All
All
All
living
living
living
living
things
things
things
things
have hair.
can live in cold places.
are made up of smaller parts.
can live in hot places.
Which layer of soil has the most living things?
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the
the
the
the
inner layer
topsoil
sandy layer
subsoil
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Name
15
Date
Diagnostic
Test 2
Look at the picture of a chicken.
Which one could be the chicken’s young?
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Diagnostic
Test 2
16
Name
Date
What does the Sun give us?
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light
light
heat
light
and
and
and
and
cold
heat
water
air
What kind of sounds do fast vibrations make?
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low-pitch sounds
high-pitch sounds
quiet sounds
complicated sounds
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Name
18
Diagnostic
Test 2
Date
Which animal spends its whole life in the water?
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whale

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beaver
duck
frog
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Diagnostic
Test 2
19
Name
Date
Annie wants to do an experiment. She wants to know which
objects she can move with a magnet. What should Annie do
before she starts her experiment?
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Measure the size of each object.
Write down the color of each object.
Make a prediction about what will happen.
Report her results to the class.
Ling wants to measure and cut some paper for a science project.
Which tools does she need?
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Look at the picture of a jackrabbit. It lives in a hot, dry desert.
What helps a jackrabbit stay cool in this habitat?
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thick fur
long ears
a layer of blubber
strong legs
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paper and markers
ruler and scissors
pencils and crayons
thermometer and meterstick
Name
22
Diagnostic
Test 2
Date
A rubber band vibrates. You touch it, and the rubber band stops
moving. What happens?
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It
It
It
It
stops making a sound.
starts making a sound.
changes shape.
grows bigger.
Look at the food chain.
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What does the heron eat?
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only plants
only carrots
plants and animals
only animals
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Diagnostic
Test 2
24
Name
Date
What is true about air?
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Air
Air
Air
Air
has a strong smell.
looks blue.
is always cold.
takes up space.
You throw a ball straight up in the air. What does gravity do to
the ball?
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pushes the ball up higher
pulls the ball to the ground
pushes the ball sideways
makes the ball stop in the air
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Name
26
Date
Diagnostic
Test 2
Look at the data table. The animals are sorted into two groups.
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What are these animal groups sorted into?
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mammals and reptiles
water habitats and land habitats
two legs and four legs
extinct and living
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Diagnostic
Test 2
27
Name
Date
Why does the Sun appear to move across the sky?
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Earth rotates on its axis.
Earth orbits the Sun.
The Moon orbits Earth.
The Sun orbits Earth.
Plants and animals live in many different habitats. Which would
be the best habitat for a deer to live in?
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river
pond
cave
woodland forest
What helps scientists learn about habitats from long ago?
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weather reports
drawings left by dinosaurs
fossils
maps
Which of these is a renewable resource?
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gas
coal
wind
oil
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a
a
a
a
Name
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Diagnostic
Test 2
Date
Look at the picture of a chick hatching from an egg.
What happens to a chick after it hatches?
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It
It
It
It
becomes a butterfly.
grows to look like its parents.
stops growing.
becomes a larva.
On clear nights, Maya and her grandfather observe the phases of
the Moon. Which tool would help them see the Moon better?
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a
a
a
a
wind sock
hand lens
thermometer
telescope
What do animals need to survive?
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teeth and fur
soil and water
air and water
rocks and snow
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Diagnostic
Test 2
34
Name
Date
When are the air temperatures usually warmest?
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winter
spring
summer
fall
Look at the picture.
Topsoil
What can be found in both topsoil and subsoil?
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rocks, pebbles, and sand
water, air, and light
rocks, minerals, and plants
plants and animals
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Name
36
Date
Diagnostic
Test 2
What happens to snow if you bring it indoors?
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It
It
It
It
freezes.
melts.
disappears.
burns.
Adam has a toy metal car. He wants to move the car without
touching it. What can Adam use?
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a
a
a
a
balloon
ruler
crayon
magnet
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Test 2
Date
Look at the picture below.
Why is this habitat good for these animals?
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It provides the things they need.
There are no people around.
It is located near a lake.
It is warm every day of the year.
Where does most of Earth’s energy come from?
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fossil fuels
electricity
the Sun
the Moon
Apples fall from apple trees to the ground. What force makes
this happen?
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pushing
pulling
gravity
the Sun
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Name
Name
41
Diagnostic
Test 2
Date
Look at the picture of dogs.
What is one way that the puppies are different from their
parent?
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number of ears
number of legs
body shape
size
What happens to juice if you put it in the freezer?
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It
It
It
It
gets heavier.
gets darker.
becomes a solid.
becomes a gas.
Which habitats are land habitats?
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cave and pond
river and pond
river and woodland forest
barrens and woodland forest
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Diagnostic
Test 2
44
Name
Date
Jose’s father pumped air into Jose’s bicycle tire. How did the tire
change?
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The
The
The
The
tire
tire
tire
tire
became smaller.
became a gas.
became filled with air.
started to float.
What gives a rock its color?
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46
size
texture
shape
minerals
What must happen for a sound to be made?
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an
an
an
an
object
object
object
object
must
must
must
must
grow
vibrate
not move
shrink
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