# 4th Grade Moniteau Quiz: Heat!

25 Questions | Total Attempts: 674  Settings  Levi created this quiz for Mrs. Cosme's class as a Goals Student.

• 1.
The flow of energy from one material to another is called _____________.
• A.

Temperature

• B.

Heat

• C.

Warmth

• D.

Coldness

• 2.
Heat moves from __________ object to ___________ ones. The more energy an object has the faster the particles move.
• A.

Warmer to cooler

• B.

Cooler to warmer

• C.

Bigger to smaller

• D.

Smaller to bigger

• 3.
The particles in a warm object cause the particles in a cooler one to move faster. Eventually the particles of both objexts will move at the same speed.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 4.
A(n) ______________ is a material that does not transfer heat very well.
• A.

Conductor

• B.

Piece of metal

• C.

Insulator

• D.

Piece of tin foil

• 5.
The opposite of an insulator is a _________________.
• A.

Conductor

• B.

Insulator

• C.

Heat

• D.

Piece of rubber

• 6.
A conductor transfers heat ____________.
• A.

Slowly

• B.

Quickly

• C.

All at once

• D.

Not at all

• 7.
Heat can be transfered in ___________ ways.
• A.

2

• B.

4

• C.

3

• D.

6

• 8.
Most matter ________ when it is heated and then _________ when it is cooled.
• A.

Expands and contracts

• B.

Contracts and expands

• C.

Warms and cools

• 9.
Examples of fossil fuels are coal, oil and natural gas.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 10.
Fossil fuels don't cause pollution when they are burned.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 11.
_______________ is the measure of how hot or cold something is. This is NOT the same as heat.
• A.

Heat

• B.

Cold

• C.

Warmth

• D.

Temperature

• 12.
Temperature is measured with a _____________.
• A.

Thermometer

• B.

Barometer

• C.

Weather vane

• D.

Stick

• 13.
A thermometer works because the particles in the liquid move _____ and ______ when the temperature increases. The liquid expands causing it to rise in the tube.
• A.

Faster and farther

• B.

Faster and closer

• C.

Slower and farther

• D.

Slower and closer

• 14.
When the temperature decreases the particles of the liquid _____________ and goes _______________ the tube.
• A.

Slow down and up

• B.

Slow down and down

• C.

Speeds up and down

• D.

Speeds up and up

• 15.
The scales used for measuring temperature are known as farenheit and celcius.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 16.
On the fahrenheit scale, water freezes at ________ degrees and boils at ______ degrees.
• A.

0 and 100

• B.

0 and 212

• C.

32 and 100

• D.

32 and 212

• 17.
On the Celsius scale, water freezes at ______ degrees and boils at ___ degrees.
• A.

0 and 100

• B.

0 and 212

• C.

32 and 100

• D.

32 and 212

• 18.
____________ can occur between two objects that are touching.
• A.

Reduction

• B.

Conduction

• C.

• D.

Convection

• 19.
_____________ is the transfer of heat by the flow of a liquid or gas.
• A.

• B.

Conduction

• C.

Convection

• D.

Reduction

• 20.
____________ energy to particles makes them move faster and farther apart, taking up more space. The opposite occurs when energy is taken away.
• A.

• B.

Subtracting

• C.

Multiplying

• D.

Dividing

• 21.
___________- is the transfer of heat through space. Matter does not need to be present. The sun reaches the earth through this kind of heat transfer.
• A.

Convection

• B.

Conduction

• C.

• D.

Reduction

• 22.
A major source of heat is _________ . It gets its energy from nuclear reactions.
• A.

Fossil fuels

• B.

The sun

• C.

Gas

• D.

The moon

• 23.
Fossil fuels formed ______ of years ago from the remains of plants and animals. They provide energy when they are burned.
• A.

Thousands

• B.

Millions

• C.

Billions

• D.

Trillions

• 24.
Fossil fuels are nonrenewable resources and once they are used up they are gone forever.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 25.
Scientists are looking for ways to produce heat using products that are ___________________.
• A.

Renewable

• B.

Non-renewable

• C.

Very common

• D.

Rare

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