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1Is water an element, compound or mixture?

2What is the name of the process that occurs


when salt is added to water and then stirred until the
solid is no longer visible?

3In a salt solution, what is the solute?

4What happens to the boiling point of water when


salt is added to it?

Name all the apparatus.

Which is the best way to get salt from salty water?

Which method is usually used to separate coloured


substances from each other?
In filtration, what name is used to describe the solid
left in the filter paper?

Some children were playing musical instruments.

(a) Give ONE way a drum makes a sound when it


is hit.

(b) The windows were closed.

The sound reached these childrens ears by


travelling through the air and through the:

When they blew, which bottle made the highest


note? Bottle ..................... made the highest note.

Explain why the elastic band made a sound when it was


plucked
There is a shadow of the chair on the floor.

Explain how the shadow is formed from the light of

the lamp.

Rshma had a mixture of iron filings and sand. What


could she use to separate the iron filings from the
mixture?

What is the function of nucleus?

What is the function of cell wall ?

What is the function of chloroplast?

What is diffusion?

In which two states are the particles randomly


arranged?

In which state are the particles only able to vibrate in


a fixed position?

Which state can be compressed or squashed easily?

Which state cannot flow from place to place?


Particles in which state have no bonds?

Particles in which state sit in a regular pattern and are


held together tightly by bonds?
The correct way to write the symbol for the metal
chromium is
Aluminium is
Magnesium is
Calcium is
Carbon is

Properties of metals is

Properties of non- metals is

What is balanced diet?

In order to stay ___________ the body needs seven


main chemicals which are called food
___________These are carbohydrates, proteins,
___________ minerals, vitamins, fibre and water. A
balanced diet contains the ___________ amounts of
all seven food types.

Carbohydrates are sugars and__________________


Fuction of Carbohydrates is
Fats also give us ___________but they release it
much more slowly. Stored fat under the
skin also helps us to keep ___________
We need ___________to help us grow
and to ___________.

___________ and ___________are needed in


smaller amounts to keep the body healthy.

Fibre helps to keep the food moving along the


___________

Give example of food rich in carbohydrates

Give example of food rich in protein

Give example of food rich in fat

Give example of food rich in mineral iron

Give example of food rich in vitamin c

Why plant need sunlight?

What is the function of guard cell?

Photosynthesis happens in the__________________

Word equation for photosynthesis

What is mean by producer?

What is mean by consumer?


Leaves are green because they have

________________transport water

______________ transport food

Plants make their own food. This is stored as what?

product of Photosynthesis?

Stomata are found in _______________

The green pigment in a plant is called ____________.

The main function of the stem is_______________.

The spongy layer allows for _______________.

The _____________ is the hard, waxy outer layer of


the leaf.

In the process of photosynthesis, plants use the


energy in the _______ to make food.

The main function of the roots is to:

What is the function of :


a.stomata :
b.guard cell :
c.palisade layer :
d.spongy layer :
(a)Name the gas given off in photosynthesis

(b) What two substances are taken in by the plant


and used for photosynthesis?

What two substances do most plants absorb through


their root hairs?

Give two ways in which the plant uses sugar.

How are roots adapted for taking in water?

water + carbon dioxide ........................................ +


oxygen

Zinc + oxygen
Zinc + sulphur
Lead + hydrocholric acid
tin + sulphur+ oxygen
Magnesium + sulphuric acid
Iron + oxygen+ carbon
Potassium + water
Magnesium + nitric acid
Iron + copper sulfate
Aluminium + iron oxide
Magnesium+ zinc sulfate
Tin + chlorine
Zinc + chlorine + oxygen
Carbon + copper oxide

1. What is at the centre of the Earth?

2. What is the core of the Earth made from?

3. What is the solid, outermost part of the Earth made


from

4. Which layer of the Earth is a liquid?

5. What gas makes up most of the atmosphere?

6. What percentage of the atmosphere is oxygen?

7. What percentage of the atmosphere is carbon


dioxide?

8. What is the formula of nitrogen?

9. Which gas is present in the atmosphere that is


needed by all animals in order to survive?

1) Which gas can cause acid rain?

2) What term describes the movement of small rock


particles away from their source?
3) What type of rock is formed by volcanoes in the
rock cycle?

4) What type of rock is made when tiny particles of


other rocks settle out from slow moving water?

5) What is required to make a metamorphic rock?

What does the presence of tiny crystals in a piece of


igneous rock tell you about it?
The molten rock cooled very _____________

What rocks is an igneous rock?

What is magma?

What rocks is a sedimentary rock.


Where are the oldest layers of rock usually found in a
cliff made from sedimentary rock?

Which type of rock never contains fossils?

Which statement about the crystals in metamorphic


rocks is correct?

Which metamorphic rock is formed from limestone?


1. Name the layers of
earth.
What is the physical

state at:
a) mantle :
b) outer core :
c) inner core :

2. List 3 elements common elements in the Earths


crust.
a)
b)
c)

What is atmosphere ? Which gas is the most


abundant in the atmosphere ?

The Earth spins on its axis once


every .............................. Hours.

It takes about 365 days for the Earth to orbit


the ................................. .

The ............................ is a source of light.

The ............................ orbits the Sun.


The ............................ has an orbit of 28 days.
(i) How long does it take the Earth to orbit the
Sun?

(ii) How long does it take for the Earth to spin


once on its axis?

Shape of the earth is

Name the force that causes the Earth to orbit the Sun

How does the Earth move to cause day and night?

Why does the stick form a shadow when the Sun


shines?

At what time would the shadow of the stick be


shortest?

Explain why the shadow is shortest at that


time.

Why does the Sun appear to move across the sky?

Movement Time taken


(days)
Earth to spin on its axis.
Earth to orbit the Sun.
Moon to orbit the
Earth.
What shape is the Moon?

What name is given to the force that tries


to pull the spacecraft back to Earth?

Solutions can be acidic, alkaline or neutral:

we get an ___________solution when an acid is


dissolved in water

we get an ___________solution when an alkali is


dissolved in water

solutions that are neither acidic nor alkaline


are___________

Acids turn ___________ litmus paper ___________

Alkalis turn ___________ litmus paper___________

___________ + acid a salt + water

NAME 3 STRONG ACID , PH VALUE:


___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 3 WEAK ACID , PH VALUE: ___________
___________ ___________ ___________
NAME 2 STRONG ALKALI , PH VALUE:
___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 3 WEAK ALKALI, PH VALUE:
___________
___________ ___________ ___________

the elements are arranged in order of


increasing ___________.the horizontal rows are
called ___________.

the vertical columns are called ___________.

Metals

___________, ___________ and gold are examples


of metal elements. Metals have properties in common.
They are:

___________, especially when they are freshly


cut

good ___________of heat and electricity

___________(they can be bent and shaped


without breaking)

Most metals also have other properties in common.


They are:
___________ at room temperature, except
___________

___________ and strong

they have a high ___________

Non-metals

___________, ___________, ___________ and


___________ are examples of non-metal elements.
Non-metals have properties in common. They are:

___________ (not shiny)

___________of heat and electricity (they


are ___________)

weak and ___________ (they easily break or


shatter when solid)

Most non-metals also have these properties:

they have a ___________density (they feel light


for their size)

They are NOT___________(they do not make a


ringing sound when hit)

Acid + Alkali _______ +________


________ + __________ sodium chloride +
water
Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium
nitrate + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium
sulphate + ______
Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide
sodium_____ + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium____ +
______
Hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide
_____________ + water
Hydrochloric acid + magnesium
hydroxide__________ + Water
Nitric acid + calcium hydroxide
________________ + water
Sulphuric acid + potassium
hydroxide______________ + water
Nitric acid + potassium hydroxide sodium
nitrate + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide
_______sulphate + ______
Nitric acid + potassium hydroxide
potassium_____ + _______
Sulphuric acid + magnesium hydroxide
magnesium______+______

Which is the MAIN energy transfer taking place when


a candle burns?
Which is the MAIN energy transfer taking place when
a gas fire burns?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a light bulb


is switched on?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when using a


microphone?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer in a loudspeaker?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when you drop a


ball?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer in a solar cell on a


calculator?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a cyclist


brakes to stop?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a ball rolls


UP a ramp?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a wind-up


clockwork toy is released?

Which type of energy is moving energy?

Which type of energy is stored energy due to gravity?

Which type of energy is stored energy in a stretched


rubber band?

Which type of energy is stored in a battery?

Which type of energy is given out by a luminous


object?
The main types of energy released by a burning candle
are .......

Useful energy that flows along a wire is .......

The unit of energy is .......

What are proteins used for?

What are carbohydrates used for?

What are fats used for?

Iron, a mineral, is needed for what?

Fibre is needed for what?

Which part of the digestive system makes food mostly


liquid?

the beginning part of the small intestine is called the

When the stomach has digested the food, it sends it to the

What is the main job of the large intestine?

The large intestine is also called the .

i.

ii. Balance diet


iii. Unhealthy diet:

List down the function for each organ.

i. Mouth :

ii. Liver:

iii. Gall bladder:

iv. Pancreas:

v. Small intestine:

vi. Large intestine :

vii. Rectum :

viii. Anus:

Lack OF Carbohydrate -

Proteins -

Lipids -

Calcium, phosphorus & Vit D -

-Iodine-

b)Iron

Vitamin A
Vitamin C

Vitamin K

1 What are the products of photosynthesis?

2 What colour is chlorophyll?

3 Where does photosynthesis take place?

4 What are the reactants of photosynthesis?

5 What is the function of boiling the leaf?

What is the purpose of adding alcohol?

6 When do plants photosynthesise?

7 What are the cells near the top of leaves called?

8 What does xylem carry?

9 What do stomata do?

10How are root hair cells adapted?

What are the units for mass?

What is the formula for average speed?

What is the vertical axis in a distance-time graph?

What does a steep line correspond to in a distance-


time graph?
What type of waves are sound waves?

What part of the ear collects sounds?

What is the amplitude of a wave?

What is the wavelength of a wave?

What is the frequency of a wave?

In which states does sound travel fastest?

Above what frequency is ultrasound?

What do we use ultrasound for?

Unit of sound
Unit of mass
Unit of energy
Unit of frequency

When the amplitude increase ,____________ increase

When the frequency increase ,____________


increase

When the frequency increase ,wavelength__________

What is pitch?

What does the sound travel through to get from


the drum to their ears?

How does the pitch change when the balloon is


tighter?

Explain why Paul repeats his test three times for


each force.

Name two contact force

Name two non contact force


6Is water an element, compound or mixture?

7What is the name of the process that occurs


when salt is added to water and then stirred until the
solid is no longer visible?

8In a salt solution, what is the solute?

9What happens to the boiling point of water when


salt is added to it?

10

Name all the apparatus.

Which is the best way to get salt from salty water?

Which method is usually used to separate coloured


substances from each other?

In filtration, what name is used to describe the solid


left in the filter paper?
Some children were playing musical instruments.

(a) Give ONE way a drum makes a sound when it


is hit.

(b) The windows were closed.

The sound reached these childrens ears by


travelling through the air and through the:

When they blew, which bottle made the highest


note? Bottle ..................... made the highest note.

Explain why the elastic band made a sound when it was


plucked

There is a shadow of the chair on the floor.

Explain how the shadow is formed from the light of

the lamp.
Rshma had a mixture of iron filings and sand. What
could she use to separate the iron filings from the
mixture?

What is the function of nucleus?

What is the function of cell wall ?

What is the function of chloroplast?

What is diffusion?

In which two states are the particles randomly


arranged?

In which state are the particles only able to vibrate in


a fixed position?

Which state can be compressed or squashed easily?

Which state cannot flow from place to place?

Particles in which state have no bonds?

Particles in which state sit in a regular pattern and are


held together tightly by bonds?
The correct way to write the symbol for the metal
chromium is
Aluminium is
Magnesium is
Calcium is
Carbon is

Properties of metals is

Properties of non- metals is

What is balanced diet?

In order to stay ___________ the body needs seven


main chemicals which are called food
___________These are carbohydrates, proteins,
___________ minerals, vitamins, fibre and water. A
balanced diet contains the ___________ amounts of
all seven food types.

Carbohydrates are sugars and__________________


Fuction of Carbohydrates is
Fats also give us ___________but they release it
much more slowly. Stored fat under the
skin also helps us to keep ___________
We need ___________to help us grow
and to ___________.

___________ and ___________are needed in


smaller amounts to keep the body healthy.

Fibre helps to keep the food moving along the


___________

Give example of food rich in carbohydrates

Give example of food rich in protein

Give example of food rich in fat

Give example of food rich in mineral iron

Give example of food rich in vitamin c

Why plant need sunlight?

What is the function of guard cell?

Photosynthesis happens in the__________________

Word equation for photosynthesis

What is mean by producer?

What is mean by consumer?

Leaves are green because they have

________________transport water

______________ transport food


Plants make their own food. This is stored as what?

product of Photosynthesis?

Stomata are found in _______________

The green pigment in a plant is called ____________.

The main function of the stem is_______________.

The spongy layer allows for _______________.

The _____________ is the hard, waxy outer layer of


the leaf.

In the process of photosynthesis, plants use the


energy in the _______ to make food.

The main function of the roots is to:

What is the function of :


a.stomata :
b.guard cell :
c.palisade layer :
d.spongy layer :

(a)Name the gas given off in photosynthesis

(b) What two substances are taken in by the plant


and used for photosynthesis?
What two substances do most plants absorb through
their root hairs?

Give two ways in which the plant uses sugar.

How are roots adapted for taking in water?

water + carbon dioxide ........................................ +


oxygen

Zinc + oxygen
Zinc + sulphur
Lead + hydrocholric acid
tin + sulphur+ oxygen
Magnesium + sulphuric acid
Iron + oxygen+ carbon
Potassium + water
Magnesium + nitric acid
Iron + copper sulfate
Aluminium + iron oxide
Magnesium+ zinc sulfate
Tin + chlorine
Zinc + chlorine + oxygen
Carbon + copper oxide
10.What is at the centre of the Earth?

11. What is the core of the Earth made from?

12.What is the solid, outermost part of the Earth made


from

13.Which layer of the Earth is a liquid?

14.What gas makes up most of the atmosphere?

15.What percentage of the atmosphere is oxygen?

16.What percentage of the atmosphere is carbon


dioxide?

17.What is the formula of nitrogen?

18.Which gas is present in the atmosphere that is


needed by all animals in order to survive?

6) Which gas can cause acid rain?

7) What term describes the movement of small rock


particles away from their source?

8) What type of rock is formed by volcanoes in the


rock cycle?

9) What type of rock is made when tiny particles of


other rocks settle out from slow moving water?
10) What is required to make a metamorphic rock?

What does the presence of tiny crystals in a piece of


igneous rock tell you about it?
The molten rock cooled very _____________

What rocks is an igneous rock?

What is magma?

What rocks is a sedimentary rock.


Where are the oldest layers of rock usually found in a
cliff made from sedimentary rock?

Which type of rock never contains fossils?

Which statement about the crystals in metamorphic


rocks is correct?

Which metamorphic rock is formed from limestone?

3. Name the layers of


earth.
What is the physical

state at:
d) mantle :
e) outer core :
f) inner core :

4. List 3 elements common elements in the Earths


crust.
a)
b)
c)

What is atmosphere ? Which gas is the most


abundant in the atmosphere ?

The Earth spins on its axis once


every .............................. Hours.

It takes about 365 days for the Earth to orbit


the ................................. .

The ............................ is a source of light.

The ............................ orbits the Sun.

The ............................ has an orbit of 28 days.


(i) How long does it take the Earth to orbit the
Sun?

(ii) How long does it take for the Earth to spin


once on its axis?
Shape of the earth is

Name the force that causes the Earth to orbit the Sun

How does the Earth move to cause day and night?

Why does the stick form a shadow when the Sun


shines?

At what time would the shadow of the stick be


shortest?

Explain why the shadow is shortest at that


time.

Why does the Sun appear to move across the sky?

Movement Time taken


(days)
Earth to spin on its axis.
Earth to orbit the Sun.
Moon to orbit the
Earth.

What shape is the Moon?

What name is given to the force that tries


to pull the spacecraft back to Earth?
Solutions can be acidic, alkaline or neutral:

we get an ___________solution when an acid is


dissolved in water

we get an ___________solution when an alkali is


dissolved in water

solutions that are neither acidic nor alkaline


are___________

Acids turn ___________ litmus paper ___________

Alkalis turn ___________ litmus paper___________

___________ + acid a salt + water

NAME 3 STRONG ACID , PH VALUE:


___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 3 WEAK ACID , PH VALUE: ___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 2 STRONG ALKALI , PH VALUE:
___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 3 WEAK ALKALI, PH VALUE:
___________
___________ ___________ ___________

the elements are arranged in order of


increasing ___________.the horizontal rows are
called ___________.

the vertical columns are called ___________.

Metals

___________, ___________ and gold are examples


of metal elements. Metals have properties in common.
They are:

___________, especially when they are freshly


cut

good ___________of heat and electricity

___________(they can be bent and shaped


without breaking)

Most metals also have other properties in common.


They are:

___________ at room temperature, except


___________

___________ and strong

they have a high ___________

Non-metals
___________, ___________, ___________ and
___________ are examples of non-metal elements.
Non-metals have properties in common. They are:

___________ (not shiny)

___________of heat and electricity (they


are ___________)

weak and ___________ (they easily break or


shatter when solid)

Most non-metals also have these properties:

they have a ___________density (they feel light


for their size)

They are NOT___________(they do not make a


ringing sound when hit)

Acid + Alkali _______ +________


________ + __________ sodium chloride +
water
Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium
nitrate + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium
sulphate + ______
Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide
sodium_____ + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium____ +
______
Hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide
_____________ + water
Hydrochloric acid + magnesium
hydroxide__________ + Water
Nitric acid + calcium hydroxide
________________ + water
Sulphuric acid + potassium
hydroxide______________ + water
Nitric acid + potassium hydroxide sodium
nitrate + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide
_______sulphate + ______
Nitric acid + potassium hydroxide
potassium_____ + _______
Sulphuric acid + magnesium hydroxide
magnesium______+______

Which is the MAIN energy transfer taking place when


a candle burns?
Which is the MAIN energy transfer taking place when
a gas fire burns?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a light bulb


is switched on?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when using a


microphone?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer in a loudspeaker?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when you drop a


ball?
Which is the MAIN energy transfer in a solar cell on a
calculator?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a cyclist


brakes to stop?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a ball rolls


UP a ramp?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a wind-up


clockwork toy is released?

Which type of energy is moving energy?

Which type of energy is stored energy due to gravity?

Which type of energy is stored energy in a stretched


rubber band?

Which type of energy is stored in a battery?

Which type of energy is given out by a luminous


object?

The main types of energy released by a burning candle


are .......

Useful energy that flows along a wire is .......

The unit of energy is .......


What are proteins used for?

What are carbohydrates used for?

What are fats used for?

Iron, a mineral, is needed for what?

Fibre is needed for what?

Which part of the digestive system makes food mostly


liquid?

the beginning part of the small intestine is called the

When the stomach has digested the food, it sends it to the

What is the main job of the large intestine?

The large intestine is also called the .

iv.

v. Balance diet

vi. Unhealthy diet:

List down the function for each organ.

ix. Mouth :
x. Liver:

xi. Gall bladder:

xii. Pancreas:

xiii. Small intestine:

xiv. Large intestine :

xv. Rectum :

xvi. Anus:

Lack OF Carbohydrate -

Proteins -

Lipids -

Calcium, phosphorus & Vit D -

-Iodine-

b)Iron

Vitamin A

Vitamin C

Vitamin K

1 What are the products of photosynthesis?


2 What colour is chlorophyll?

3 Where does photosynthesis take place?

4 What are the reactants of photosynthesis?

5 What is the function of boiling the leaf?

What is the purpose of adding alcohol?

6 When do plants photosynthesise?

7 What are the cells near the top of leaves called?

8 What does xylem carry?

9 What do stomata do?

10How are root hair cells adapted?

What are the units for mass?

What is the formula for average speed?

What is the vertical axis in a distance-time graph?

What does a steep line correspond to in a distance-


time graph?

What type of waves are sound waves?

What part of the ear collects sounds?


What is the amplitude of a wave?

What is the wavelength of a wave?

What is the frequency of a wave?

In which states does sound travel fastest?

Above what frequency is ultrasound?

What do we use ultrasound for?

Unit of sound

Unit of energy

Unit of mass

Unit of frequency
When the amplitude increase ,____________ increase

When the frequency increase ,____________


increase

When the frequency increase ,wavelength__________

What is pitch?

What does the sound travel through to get from


the drum to their ears?

How does the pitch change when the balloon is


tighter?

Explain why Paul repeats his test three times for


each force.

Name two contact force

Name two non contact force


11Is water an element, compound or mixture?

12What is the name of the process that occurs


when salt is added to water and then stirred until the
solid is no longer visible?

13In a salt solution, what is the solute?


14What happens to the boiling point of water
when salt is added to it?

15

Name all the apparatus.

Which is the best way to get salt from salty water?

Which method is usually used to separate coloured


substances from each other?

In filtration, what name is used to describe the solid


left in the filter paper?

Some children were playing musical instruments.


(a) Give ONE way a drum makes a sound when it
is hit.

(b) The windows were closed.

The sound reached these childrens ears by


travelling through the air and through the:

When they blew, which bottle made the highest


note? Bottle ..................... made the highest note.

Explain why the elastic band made a sound when it was


plucked

There is a shadow of the chair on the floor.

Explain how the shadow is formed from the light of

the lamp.

Rshma had a mixture of iron filings and sand. What


could she use to separate the iron filings from the
mixture?

What is the function of nucleus?

What is the function of cell wall ?

What is the function of chloroplast?

What is diffusion?

In which two states are the particles randomly


arranged?

In which state are the particles only able to vibrate in


a fixed position?

Which state can be compressed or squashed easily?

Which state cannot flow from place to place?

Particles in which state have no bonds?

Particles in which state sit in a regular pattern and are


held together tightly by bonds?
The correct way to write the symbol for the metal
chromium is
Aluminium is
Magnesium is
Calcium is
Carbon is

Properties of metals is

Properties of non- metals is

What is balanced diet?

In order to stay ___________ the body needs seven


main chemicals which are called food
___________These are carbohydrates, proteins,
___________ minerals, vitamins, fibre and water. A
balanced diet contains the ___________ amounts of
all seven food types.

Carbohydrates are sugars and__________________


Fuction of Carbohydrates is
Fats also give us ___________but they release it
much more slowly. Stored fat under the
skin also helps us to keep ___________
We need ___________to help us grow
and to ___________.

___________ and ___________are needed in


smaller amounts to keep the body healthy.

Fibre helps to keep the food moving along the


___________
Give example of food rich in carbohydrates

Give example of food rich in protein

Give example of food rich in fat

Give example of food rich in mineral iron

Give example of food rich in vitamin c

Why plant need sunlight?

What is the function of guard cell?

Photosynthesis happens in the__________________

Word equation for photosynthesis

What is mean by producer?

What is mean by consumer?

Leaves are green because they have

________________transport water

______________ transport food

Plants make their own food. This is stored as what?


product of Photosynthesis?

Stomata are found in _______________

The green pigment in a plant is called ____________.

The main function of the stem is_______________.

The spongy layer allows for _______________.

The _____________ is the hard, waxy outer layer of


the leaf.

In the process of photosynthesis, plants use the


energy in the _______ to make food.

The main function of the roots is to:

What is the function of :


a.stomata :
b.guard cell :
c.palisade layer :
d.spongy layer :

(a)Name the gas given off in photosynthesis

(b) What two substances are taken in by the plant


and used for photosynthesis?

What two substances do most plants absorb through


their root hairs?
Give two ways in which the plant uses sugar.

How are roots adapted for taking in water?

water + carbon dioxide ........................................ +


oxygen

Zinc + oxygen
Zinc + sulphur
Lead + hydrocholric acid
tin + sulphur+ oxygen
Magnesium + sulphuric acid
Iron + oxygen+ carbon
Potassium + water
Magnesium + nitric acid
Iron + copper sulfate
Aluminium + iron oxide
Magnesium+ zinc sulfate
Tin + chlorine
Zinc + chlorine + oxygen
Carbon + copper oxide

19.What is at the centre of the Earth?


20. What is the core of the Earth made from?

21.What is the solid, outermost part of the Earth made


from

22. Which layer of the Earth is a liquid?

23. What gas makes up most of the atmosphere?

24. What percentage of the atmosphere is oxygen?

25. What percentage of the atmosphere is carbon


dioxide?

26. What is the formula of nitrogen?

27. Which gas is present in the atmosphere that is


needed by all animals in order to survive?

11)Which gas can cause acid rain?

12) What term describes the movement of small rock


particles away from their source?

13) What type of rock is formed by volcanoes in the


rock cycle?

14) What type of rock is made when tiny particles of


other rocks settle out from slow moving water?

15) What is required to make a metamorphic rock?


What does the presence of tiny crystals in a piece of
igneous rock tell you about it?
The molten rock cooled very _____________

What rocks is an igneous rock?

What is magma?

What rocks is a sedimentary rock.


Where are the oldest layers of rock usually found in a
cliff made from sedimentary rock?

Which type of rock never contains fossils?

Which statement about the crystals in metamorphic


rocks is correct?

Which metamorphic rock is formed from limestone?

5. Name the layers of


earth.
What is the physical

state at:
g) mantle :
h) outer core :
i) inner core :
6. List 3 elements common elements in the Earths
crust.
a)
b)
c)

What is atmosphere ? Which gas is the most


abundant in the atmosphere ?

The Earth spins on its axis once


every .............................. Hours.

It takes about 365 days for the Earth to orbit


the ................................. .

The ............................ is a source of light.

The ............................ orbits the Sun.

The ............................ has an orbit of 28 days.


(i) How long does it take the Earth to orbit the
Sun?

(ii) How long does it take for the Earth to spin


once on its axis?

Shape of the earth is


Name the force that causes the Earth to orbit the Sun

How does the Earth move to cause day and night?

Why does the stick form a shadow when the Sun


shines?

At what time would the shadow of the stick be


shortest?

Explain why the shadow is shortest at that


time.

Why does the Sun appear to move across the sky?

Movement Time taken


(days)
Earth to spin on its axis.
Earth to orbit the Sun.
Moon to orbit the
Earth.

What shape is the Moon?

What name is given to the force that tries


to pull the spacecraft back to Earth?

Solutions can be acidic, alkaline or neutral:


we get an ___________solution when an acid is
dissolved in water

we get an ___________solution when an alkali is


dissolved in water

solutions that are neither acidic nor alkaline


are___________

Acids turn ___________ litmus paper ___________

Alkalis turn ___________ litmus paper___________

___________ + acid a salt + water

NAME 3 STRONG ACID , PH VALUE:


___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 3 WEAK ACID , PH VALUE: ___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 2 STRONG ALKALI , PH VALUE:
___________

___________ ___________ ___________


NAME 3 WEAK ALKALI, PH VALUE:
___________
___________ ___________ ___________
the elements are arranged in order of
increasing ___________.the horizontal rows are
called ___________.

the vertical columns are called ___________.

Metals

___________, ___________ and gold are examples


of metal elements. Metals have properties in common.
They are:

___________, especially when they are freshly


cut

good ___________of heat and electricity

___________(they can be bent and shaped


without breaking)

Most metals also have other properties in common.


They are:

___________ at room temperature, except


___________

___________ and strong

they have a high ___________

Non-metals

___________, ___________, ___________ and


___________ are examples of non-metal elements.
Non-metals have properties in common. They are:
___________ (not shiny)

___________of heat and electricity (they


are ___________)

weak and ___________ (they easily break or


shatter when solid)

Most non-metals also have these properties:

they have a ___________density (they feel light


for their size)

They are NOT___________(they do not make a


ringing sound when hit)

Acid + Alkali _______ +________


________ + __________ sodium chloride +
water
Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium
nitrate + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium
sulphate + ______
Nitric acid + sodium hydroxide
sodium_____ + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide sodium____ +
______
Hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide
_____________ + water
Hydrochloric acid + magnesium
hydroxide__________ + Water
Nitric acid + calcium hydroxide
________________ + water
Sulphuric acid + potassium
hydroxide______________ + water
Nitric acid + potassium hydroxide sodium
nitrate + _______
Sulphuric acid + sodium hydroxide
_______sulphate + ______
Nitric acid + potassium hydroxide
potassium_____ + _______
Sulphuric acid + magnesium hydroxide
magnesium______+______

Which is the MAIN energy transfer taking place when


a candle burns?
Which is the MAIN energy transfer taking place when
a gas fire burns?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a light bulb


is switched on?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when using a


microphone?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer in a loudspeaker?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when you drop a


ball?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer in a solar cell on a


calculator?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a cyclist


brakes to stop?

Which is the MAIN energy transfer when a ball rolls


UP a ramp?