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By Snjshell | Last updated: Jul 2, 2021
| Total Attempts: 2000
Fourth grade Earth Science activities are aimed at helping student understand how the Earth works, from weather. We have learnt a lot about the sun, moon and surrounding planets. Take up the quiz below and get to learn more about space and what exists around earth. All the very best!
Questions and Answers
A ______________________ is a large body of matter moving around the sun.
An _______ is a n imaginary line that runs through both poles in the earth.
The ____________ is a small planet-like body that orbits the earth.
The stages of the moon's cycles is called __________________.
Solar means ________.
Lunar means _______________.
When we are seeing more and more of the moon, it is _____________.
When we are seeing less and less of the moon it is, __________.
The _______ is the center of the solar system.
The sun is made up of superheated gases, mostly _________________ and _________________.
The ______________ is the largest object in our solar system.
If a planet is too far away to be seen with a telescope, scientists send special spacecraft into space called________________.
It takes Earth _______________ to rotate one complete time on its axis.
It takes Earth ________________ to revolve, orbit, around the sun.
The __________ is the rise and fall of the water in the ocean caused by the gravity forces from the moon.
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