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Science Questions for School Students

In this section we are presenting Science Questions for School Students. The section contains Science questions on the human body and its organ, diseases, vitamins and minerals, invention and discovery, scientific instruments, etc. Regularly practising these questions will improve your Science and help you score high in Science paper. These sections are beneficial for school students who are studying in Class 1, Class 2, Class 3, Class 4 and Class 5.
10 Quiz questions based on Science for School Students up to Class 5 are given below. Attempt all the questions. Every questions has four options of which only one option is correct. Select the option which you think is correct. After attempting all the quiz questions select the Submit Quiz button given at the end of the quiz. On selecting the Submit Quiz button all the correct answer will be highlighted with green colour and all the wrong answer will be highlighted in red colour. Let’s start!!

1. ________ is a major green house gas which keeps the earth warm by not allowing the heat to escape from its surface.

Carbon dioxide
Oxygen
Nitrogen
Hydrogen

2. Among Sun, Water and Air, which is a renewable source of energy?

Sun
Water
Air
All of these

3. Among Ants, Cockroaches, Mosquitoes and Spider which does not have 6 legs?

Ants
Cockroaches
Mosquitoes
Spider

4. Which activity gives your body complete rest?

Sleeping
Bathing
Running
Playing

5. Which of the folowing is a metal?

Hydrogen
Helium
Copper
Oxygen

6. Who defined the law of gravitation?

Newton
Archimedes
Galileo
Faraday

7. Sound cannot pass through:

water
steel
air
vacuum

8. Wollen clothes keep the body warm because:

Wool increases the temperature of the body
Wool is a bad conductor of heat
Wool absorbs radiant heat from outer objects
Wool rejects heat from the outer objects

9. ________ of land increases air spaces in soil and plant roots can breathe well.

Mulching
Composting
Weeding
Tilling

10. The process by which leaves and stem of plants lose water to the atmosphere is called:

Respiration
Transpiration
Oxidation
Photosynthesis


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