Missouri Grade 6 Science Practice

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Matter and Energy15%
Living Organisms15%
Ecology15%
Earth Systems15%
Scientific Inquiry25%
Science, Technology and Human Activity15%
  • Questions: 2,428
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 260
  • Instructional Videos: 122
  • Vocabulary Terms: 456

Test Standards

Matter and Energy
1. (1.A.a.)  Matter
2. (1.A.b.)  Compare Volumes
3. (1.A.c.)  Compare Masses
4. (1.A.d.)  Classify Matter
5. (1.B.a.)  Mixtures And Solution
6. (1.B.b.)  Separate Parts Of Mixtures
7. (1.B.c.)  Water As A Solvent
8. (1.C.a.)  Matter Composed Of Particles In Constant Motion
9. (1.D.a.)  Properties Of Water
10. (1.G.a.)  Changes In Matter
11. (1.G.b.)  Chemical Changes
12. (1.G.c.)  Physical Changes
13. (1.I.a.)  Conservation Of Mass
14. (2.A.a.)  Sources Of Light
15. (2.A.b.)  How Light Travels
16. (2.A.c.)  Reflection
17. (2.A.d.)  Refraction
18. (2.A.e.)  Transmission Of Light
19. (2.A.f.)  Receivers Of Light
20. (2.A.g.)  Sight
21. (2.A.h.)  Seeing Color
22. (2.A.i.)  Sound Energy
23. (2.A.j.)  Energy, Pitch And Loudness
24. (2.A.k.)  Wave Speed
25. (2.C.a.)  Transfer Of Solar Energy
26. (2.C.b.)  Source Of Energy On Earth
Living Organisms
1. (1.A.a.)  Life Processes
2. (1.C.a.)  Organisms Made Of Cells
3. (1.E.a.)  Unicellular And Multicellular Organisms
4. (1.E.b.)  Identify Unicellular And Multicellular Organisms
5. (2.A.a.)  Plant And Animal Cells
6. (2.A.b.)  Chloroplasts
7. (2.B.a.)  Photosynthesis
Ecology
1. (1.A.a.)  Abiotic And Biotic Factors
2. (1.B.a.)  Populations Compete For Resources
3. (1.B.b.)  Carrying Capacity
4. (1.B.c.)  Population Dynamics
5. (1.D.a.)  Beneficial And Harmful Activities
6. (1.D.b.)  Environmental Changes And Populations
7. (1.D.c.)  Solutions To Environmental Problems
8. (2.A.a.)  Food Webs
9. (2.A.b.)  Roles In Ecosystem
10. (3.A.a.)  Comparing Organisms Past And Present
11. (3.C.a. and 3.C.b.)  Adaptations And Survival
Earth Systems
1. (1.A.a.)  Soil
2. (1.B.a.)  Properties Of Water
3. (2.A.a. and 2.A.b)  Sedimentary Rocks
4. (2.A.c.)  Weathering And Erosion
5. (2.A.d.)  Abrupt Changes In Earth's Surface
6. (2.B.a.)  Changes At Plate Boundaries
7. (2.D.a.)  Types Of Fossils
8. (2.D.b.)  Fossil Evidence
9. (3.A.b. and 3.A.a)  Water
10. (3.A.c.)  Humans Affect Erosion And Deposition
Scientific Inquiry
1. (1.A.a.)  Questions And Hypotheses
2. (1.A.b.)  Variables, Trials, And Constants
3. (1.A.c.)  Experimental Design
4. (1.A.d.)  Evaluate An Experiment
5. (1.A.e.)  Types Of Scientific Research
6. (1.B.a.)  Qualitative Observations
7. (1.B.b.)  Tools And Techniques
8. (1.B.c.)  Use Tools To Gather Data
9. (1.B.d.)  Correct Measurements
10. (1.B.e.)  Compare Amounts/measurements
11. (1.B.f.)  Error Analysis
12. (1.C.a.)  Quantitative And Qualitative Evidence
13. (1.C.b.)  Data Supports Relationships
14. (1.C.c.)  Errors And Conclusions
15. (1.C.d.)  Evaluate A Conclusion
16. (1.C.e.)  Analyze Evidence
17. (1.D.a.)  Communicate Procedures And Results
Science, Technology and Human Activity
1. (1.A.a.)  Technological Improvements
2. (1.B.a.)  Technology And Scientific Discoveries
3. (2.B.a.)  Scientific Discoveries
4. (2.B.b.)  Explanations Change Over Time
5. (3.B.a.)  Science And Society
6. (3.B.b.)  Problem Solving