1.) Which shows and example of evaporation?

A.) Water vapor cooling in higher elevation
B.) The Sun melting an ice cube into a liquid
C.) The Sun's rays giving heat energy to a puddle and the puddle becoming smaller
D.) Water falling from the clouds

2.) What temperatures will make water turn into a solid? Choose all that apply.

A.) 32 degrees Celsius
B.) 32 degrees Fahrenheit
C.) 0 degrees Celsius
D.) 0 degrees Fahrenheit

3.) What is an example of a solution?* Hint* A solution is when a solid dissolves into something else, it becomes part of that LIQUID. Choose all that apply.

A.) Water
B.) Salt water
C.) Coffee
D.) Tea
E.) Ice Cube

4.) What is an example of a mixture? *Hint* A mixture is when you combine SUBSTANCES together. Choose all that apply.

A.) Lettuce
B.) Salad with carrots, tomatoes, and olives
D.) Orange
E.) Peach

5.) What would be the best way to separate salt that was dissolved in water?

A.) strainer
B.) magnets
C.) Melt
D.) Add heat until all water evaporates

6.) What materials will dissolve? Choose all that apply.

A.) Pepper
B.) Ice
C.) Salt
D.) sugar
E.) grass

7.) What will speed up the dissolving process? Choose all that apply.

A.) Stir
B.) Cooling
C.) Heating
D.) Shouting

8.) How can you separate rocks and sand?

A.) Heat
B.) Magnets
C.) Strainer
D.) Fire
E.) Pitch

9.) What does volume measure?

A.) amount of matter in an object
B.) how much space it takes up
C.) length times width
D.) the loudness when you hit it

10.) What is a good way to find the mass of an object?

A.) Use a spring scale
B.) rain gauge
C.) scale
D.) pan balance

11.) A spring scale measures the force to lift or pull an object. It is measured in ___________________

A.) Newtons
B.) Pounds
C.) grams
D.) pressure