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Study Guide Kindergarten Richmond Public Schools 2003 Written by the Elementary Science Lead Teachers


2002-2003 Elementary Science Lead Teachers Bellevue Blackwell Blackwell Annex Broad Rock Carver Cary Chimborazo Clark Springs Fairfield Fisher Fox Francis Ginter Park Greene Holton Miles Jones Mason Mary Scott Maymont Mary Munford A.V. Norrell Oak Grove Overby-Sheppard Patrick Henry Redd Reid Southampton Stuart Summer Hill Swansboro Westover Hills Whitcomb Woodville

Crystal Clark Jocelyn Edwards Virginia Hayes Yvette Hubbard Richard O’Brien Beth Sawyer Tracy Smith Lillie Ratliff-Ross Rita Williams Paige Kestler-Belcher Cheryl Brown Marcie Byrne Maeola Strother Carolyn Coleman Heidi Roberts Maricia Hayes Vicki Robertson Michelle Parsons Angela Bailey John Bennett Carolyn Doyle Phyllis Parham Jerome Holmes Greg Stallings Pam Parsons Sandra Hicks Joe Jenkins Katherine Martin Nicole Brooks-Giles Cynthia Gino Charmaine Brooks David Probst

Laura Wilkowski, Science Instructional Specialist Nelson Colbert, Science Instructional Specialist

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Kindergarten Science Study Guide SOL K.1 1. Which pencil is shorter?

a. b.

2. Which bike is longer?

a.

b.

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3. Which is the tallest house?

a.

b.

4. Which does not belong? a. b. c. d.

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c.


5. Number from 1 to 4 to show the smallest to the largest.

__________

__________ ___________

__________

6. Which picture shows how this table might look from the top?

a. b.

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7. How many students have blue pencils?

Number of Students

Miss Smith’s Class

Red Pencils a. b. c. d.

Green Pencils

Blue Pencils

5 3 2 1

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Yellow Pencils


8. Which comes next?

? a. b. c.

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9. How are these animals grouped?

Group One

Group Two

a. Animals with eyes and without eyes. b. Animals with four legs and without four legs. c. Animals with wings and no wings.

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SOL K.2 1. How many senses do we have? a. 3 b. 4 c. 5 2. Put an X below each sense you could use with the skunk in the picture below?

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3. Put an X below each sense you could use with the popcorn in the picture below?

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4. Put an X beside the sense organ you use to hear.

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SOL K.3 1. If you put a magnet on the refrigerator, what happens? a. It falls off. b. It sticks. c. It pushes away. 2. What material would a magnet NOT attract? a. a wooden pencil b. a paper clip c. another magnet 3. Which could a magnet pick up?

a.

b.

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c.


SOL K.4 1. Which shape is shown?

a. a circle b. a triangle c. a square 2. What shape is shown?

a. a triangle b. a rectangle c. a circle

3. Circle the triangle. A.

B.

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C.


4. Which one is a straight line? A.

B.

C.

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SOL K.5 1. The three states, or forms, of matter are solids, liquids and __________. a. water b. ice c. gas 2. What type of matter is water? a. solid b. liquid c. gas 3. Which of these would not float in water? a. wood b. cork c. rock d. feather

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SOL K.6 1. If an animal’s habitat changes, what can happen to it? A. It will die. B. It must find a new home. C. Both of these. 2. Which do plants need to live?

A.

Water

B.

Sun

C.

Air

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3. Which thing don’t we need to live?

A.

Food

B.

Water

C.

Air

D.

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4. Which parent does not look like the baby?

A.

B.

C.

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SOL K.7 1. On what kind of day can you see your shadow? a. rainy b. cloudy c. sunny

2. Why do we have shadows? a. Light shines through objects. b. Objects block light. c. You are looking at light.

3. Which shows a picture of a girl and her shadow?

A.

B.

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C.


4. Which of these objects can make both of the shadows above?

a.

c.

b.

d.

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SOL K.8 1. Match the word to the weather symbol.

Rain

Snow

Windy

Sunny

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2. If you were planning a baseball game, why would you want to know the weather? b. to decide what day would be best to play c. to decide where to play d. both of these

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SOL K.9 1. What tool could you use to see if you have gained weight? a. a ruler b. a scale c. a thermometer

2. What tool would you use to see if you have grown taller? d. a ruler e. a scale f. a thermometer

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SOL K.10 1. What does it mean to recycle something? a. b. c. d.

use it again throw it away do nothing none of these

2. Which can be recycled? a. b. c. d.

glass plastic newspaper all of these

3. Which one shows the symbol for recycling?

A.

B.

C.

D.

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