5th Grade Science Quiz

5th Grade Science Questions You Should Be Able To Answer

Take this quiz to see if you know as much science as a 5th grader.
Take this quiz to see if you know as much science as a 5th grader. Sollina Images / Getty Images

1. A milliliter of liquid is closest in volume to a:

2. Which part of a plant produces most of its food?

3. Simple machines that use ropes or chains are:

4. Which of the following is not an observation?

5. You set up an experiment to see if soil type affects pea plant growth. The variable you change in the experiment is:

6. The amount of moisture in air is its:

7. If you cool a gas, it may ___ into a liquid:

8. The part of an atom with a negative electrical charge is the:

9. The outer layer of an animal cell is the:

10. When magma or lava cools, which type of rock is formed?

5th Grade Science Quiz

You got: % Correct. 5th Grade Science Flunky

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Nice try, but you're not quite 6th grade material quite yet. One way to improve your skills is to learn science from performing experiments.

Are you ready to try another quiz? See if you can recognize the chemical elements based on how they look or how much you know about food chemistry.

5th Grade Science Quiz

You got: % Correct. Almost Ready for 6th Grade Science

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Good job! There were a few quiz questions you didn't know, but you're certainly ready to see if you know as much science as a 6th grader, or even a 9th grade student. Hone your experimental skills with fun science projects.

5th Grade Science Quiz

You got: % Correct. Passed 5th Grade Science With Flying Colors

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Excellent! You made this quiz seem easy. Since you've mastered 5th grade science, why not try another quiz and see if you know as much science as a 6th grader. Or, change gears and see if you can recognize important (and sometimes weird) lab safety symbols. Another way to improve your scientific skills is to try experiments in your kitchen.