Science Grade 1 Vocab Review- Patterns in the Sky

1/28/2019 9:46:26 PM
10 questions extracted from Mobymax (Science, Grade 1), to help you review some basic vocabulary about patterns in the sky. To learn more about this topic, get a Mobymax learning account (by going to http://contuhoc.com/mobymax).
What is a star?
  • a type of planet that is very large
  • a part of the Sun that is very hot
  • an object in space that gives off its own light

What is the Sun?

  • The planet that is closest to the Earth
  • The star that is closest to the Earth
  • A star that gives off light and heats the Earth
  • A star that does not belong to the Solar system

What is a telescope?

  • a tool that helps us see things that are far away
  • a place where we can go to look at the stars
  • a person who studies space
  • a tool that helps us see things that are very small

What is a planet?

  • a large, round object that travels around the Earth
  • a large, round object that travels around a star
  • a place where people and animals can live
  • a type of star that is made of rock

What is the Moon?

  • a large ball of rock that travels around the Earth
  • a small planet that is located near the Earth
  • a ship that scientists sent into space
  • the largest planet that travels around the Earth
Which of these statements are true? Check all that are true.
  • The Sun is the same size as the Earth.
  • The Sun gives off light.
  • The Sun travels around the Earth.
  • The Sun is a star.
Which of these statements are true?Check all that are true.
  • The Moon gives off its own light.
  • Different plants and animals live on the Moon.
  • The Moon is made of rock.
  • The Moon travels around the Earth.

Day and night are caused by _____.

  • Earth's spin
  • the way sunlight hits the Moon
  • the Sun's path around the Earth
  • the shape of the Earth

We live on a _____ called _____.

  • moon - Earth
  • planet - the United States
  • star - the Sun
  • planet - Earth

Why can we only see part of the Moon in this picture?

  • The Earth is turned away from that part of the Moon.
  • The Sun is only shining on part of the Moon.
  • Part of the Moon was destroyed.