# 2nd Grade Science : 2nd Grade Science

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the time that could be when the sun rises.

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

The sun rises in the morning. Looking at our answer choices, we have times that are in  and .

Times that are in  are morning times. Times that are in  are afternoon and evening times.

Because the sun rises in the morning, our answer choice needs to end in

is the middle of the night, and the sun is not out in the middle of the night.  is a morning time and the sun could rise around

### Example Question #2 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the time that could be when the sun sets.

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

The sun sets in the evening. Looking at our answer choices, we have times that are in  and .

Times that are in  are morning times. Times that are in  are afternoon and evening times.

Because the sun sets in the evening, our answer choice needs to end in

is the middle of the night, and the sun is not out in the middle of the night.  is a morning time so the sun would not be setting.  is the middle of the afternoon, when the sun is at its highest point, which means that the sun would not be setting.

could be a time that the sun is setting.

### Example Question #3 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the time that the sun is at its highest point.

Possible Answers:

Correct answer:

Explanation:

The sun is at it's highest point during the afternoon, around

Around  the sun is just rising, so it's at one of its lowest points.

Around  the sun is setting, so it's at one of its highest points.

is the middle of the night, so it the sun is not up because it's dark.

### Example Question #4 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the example of reusing an object.

Possible Answers:

Throwing away a water bottle

Refilling a plastic water bottle.

Buying the same type of water bottle

Buying the same type of water

Correct answer:

Refilling a plastic water bottle.

Explanation:

When you reuse something, you use something again.

Once you are done drinking a bottle of water, if you throw it away you aren't going to reuse it. But, if you refill the water bottle, that is an example of reusing the bottle.

Re-buying the same type of water or water bottle is not an example of reusing something. You are just buying the item again.

### Example Question #5 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the best example of a habitat for a fish.

Possible Answers:

Land

Dessert

Ocean

Forest

Correct answer:

Ocean

Explanation:

A habitat is a home of a plant or animal.

Fish live in water, so given the answer options the ocean is the best choice. A fish would not be able to survive in a forest, desert, or on land.

### Example Question #6 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the best example of a habitat for an owl.

Possible Answers:

Forest

Sea

Ocean

River

Correct answer:

Forest

Explanation:

A habitat is a home of a plant or animal.

An owl is a type of bird that lives in trees, which are found in forests. Owls could not survive in the sea, ocean, or river because they can't swim. Also, they eat rodents, which are not found in bodies of water.

### Example Question #7 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the best example of a habitat for a whale.

Possible Answers:

Ocean

Desert

Forest

Pond

Correct answer:

Ocean

Explanation:

A habitat is a home of a plant or animal.

Whales live in water, which means forest and desert are not the correct habitats for a whale. A pond is a small body of water, and most ponds are not very deep. Whales are large animals that require a lot of space, making ocean the best habitat a whale.

### Example Question #8 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the best example of a habitat for a deer.

Possible Answers:

Land

Ocean

Desert

River

Correct answer:

Land

Explanation:

habitat is a home of a plant or animal.

A deer is an animal that lives on the land, and they eat a lot of plants. They can't survive is very hot temperatures, which makes a desert a bad habitat for deer. Also, deers can't swim which would make an ocean and a river bad habitats for deer.

### Example Question #9 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the tool you would use to answer the question provided.

How hot is the hot chocolate?

Possible Answers:

Scale

Measuring cup

Thermometer

Ruler

Correct answer:

Thermometer

Explanation:

Let's take a look at the tools given in the answer choices:

A thermometer is used to measure the temperature of something, or to determine how hot or cold something is.

A scale is used to determine the weight of an object.

A measuring cup is used to determine the amount of something. Measuring cups are often used in baking. For example, if a recipe called for two cups of sugar, you would use a measuring cup to measure out two cups of sugar.

A ruler is used to measure the length of something.

Based on the question, we are trying to determine how hot the hot chocolate is, so we would use a thermometer.

### Example Question #10 : 2nd Grade Science

Select the tool you would use to answer the question provided.

How heavy is the book?

Possible Answers:

Ruler

Thermometer

Scale

Measuring cup

Correct answer:

Scale

Explanation:

Let's take a look at the tools given in the answer choices:

A thermometer is used to measure the temperature of something, or to determine how hot or cold something is.

scale is used to determine the weight of an object, or to determine how heavy or light something is.

measuring cup is used to determine the amount of something. Measuring cups are often used in baking. For example, if a recipe called for two cups of sugar, you would use a measuring cup to measure out two cups of sugar.

ruler is used to measure the length of something.

Based on the question, we are trying to determine how heavy the book is, so we would use a scale.

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