Science Grade 1 Vocab Review - Earth's Surface Changes

1/28/2019 7:39:47 PM
10 questions extracted from Mobymax (Science, Grade 1), to help you review some basic vocabulary about how earth's surface changes. Learn more about Mobymax at http://contuhoc.com/mobymax
Rock is __________.
  • a kind of animal that eats only plants
  • soft, living material found on Earth
  • hard, nonliving material found on Earth
  • a kind of animal with a backbone
What is a boulder?
  • a very small rock
  • a rock that is living
  • a rock made by people
  • a very large rock
What is sand?
  • a kind of plant
  • a kind of food for animals
  • very large rocks
  • very tiny pieces of broken rock
What is soil?
  • the loose material on Earth’s surface
  • a kind of animal that eats plants
  • living material that makes up Earth's surface
  • water that has salt in it
What is humus?
  • material found in soil that is sticky when wet and hard when dry
  • material found in soil made up of tiny bits of dead plants and animals
  • a type of animal that lives in water
  • tiny pieces of rock
What is clay?
  • a living thing found in soil
  • material found in soil that is sticky when wet and hard when dry
  • material that living things need to live and grow
  • material found in soil made up of tiny bits of dead plants and animals
Nutrients are __________.
  • materials in the soil that help plants grow
  • materials found in soil that are sticky when wet and hard when dry
  • animals that eat other animals for food
  • animals that eat plants for food
What is the definition of natural?
  • machines that can break up rock and land
  • made or caused by nature, not by humans
  • made or caused by humans
  • buildings made by people
Weathering is __________.
  • a kind of water found on Earth
  • when rocks and soil are moved by natural forces
  • when natural forces break rock into smaller pieces
  • a kind of plant found on Earth
Erosion is __________.
  • a kind of machine that breaks rock into smaller pieces
  • when rocks and soil are moved by natural forces
  • when people move rocks from one place to another
  • when natural forces break rock into smaller pieces