# Quest: 5th Grade, Energy Science

Here are some science questions to help you test your knowledge of the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards.

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## Electricity → ? → Light

1. ### Sound

No. Electrical energy can be transformed into sound energy, but that would not cause the bulb to light.
2. ### Thermal

Yes. As electrical energy flows through the filament, resistance changes the electrical energy into thermal energy. When the filament gets hot enough, some of the thermal energy is converted into light.
3. ### Radiation

No. The electrical energy is not transformed into radiation.
4. ### Friction

No. The electrical energy is not transformed into friction.

### Florida

SC.2.P.10.1 Discuss that people use electricity or other forms of energy to cook their food, cool or warm their homes, and power their cars.
 Review Energy-3 practice

SC.5.P.10.4 Investigate and explain that electrical energy can be transformed into heat, light, and sound energy, as well as the energy of motion.
 Introduction to the LED video, checked Light a Bulb with a Balloon video, checked Electricity video, free, Updated Review Energy-3 practice

SC.7.P.11.2 Investigate and describe the transformation of energy.
 The Rollback Can video, free, Updated High Bounce video, checked Review Energy-3 practice

### Utah

UT.3.V.2.c Predict, measure, and graph the temperature changes produced by a variety of mechanical machines and electrical devices while they are operating.
 Review Energy-3 practice

UT.8.IV.4.b Trace the conversion of energy from one form of energy to another (e.g., light to chemical to mechanical).
 Measuring Kinetic and Potential Energy video, checked The Rollback Can video, free, Updated High Bounce video, checked

### NGSS

4-PS3-4 Apply scientific ideas to design, test, and refine a device that converts energy from one form to another.
 Spoon Bells video, checked Ice Cream Science video, checked Making a Screamer video, free, Updated Measuring Kinetic and Potential Energy video, checked The Slow Race video, free, ClosedCaptions, Updated The Singing Glass video, checked Whistle Stick video, text page, blog, free, checked Simple Circuits video, checked Solar Power video, checked The Rollback Can video, free, Updated A Grass Whistle video, checked High Bounce video, checked Bottle Tones, part 1 video, checked Measuring Calories video, ClosedCaptions, checked Bottle Tones, part 2 video, checked Why Things Go Bang video Why We Sweat video, checked Sunglass Science: Birefringence video, free, Updated Sunglass Science: Polarized Light video, free, Updated Noisy String video, checked Sunlight, Energy, and Crayons text page, free Review Energy-5 quest Review Energy-3 practice

1. ### Heat

No. A lightning bolt can heat the air to over 30,000 °C (54,000 °F)
2. ### Electrical

No. A lightning bolt has a tremendous amount of electrical energy, often several hundred million volts, and several hundred thousand amperes.
3. ### Sound

No. Thunder, the sound energy produced by a lightning bolt, is so loud that it can often be heard up to ten miles away.
4. ### Chemical

Yes. While a lightning bolt can cause chemical changes, very little of the bolt's energy is converted to chemical energy.

### Florida

SC.3.P.10.1 Observe and describe some basic forms of energy, including light, heat, sound, electrical, and the energy of motion.
 Electrostatic Charges video Noisy String video, checked Spoon Bells video, checked Making a Screamer video, free, Updated The Singing Glass video, checked Whistle Stick video, text page, blog, free, checked Review Energy-5 quest Review Energy-2 practice

SC.4.P.10.1 Observe and describe some basic forms of energy, including light, heat, sound, electrical, and the energy of motion.
 Measuring Kinetic and Potential Energy video, checked Electrostatic Charges video Why Things Go Bang video Noisy String video, checked Spoon Bells video, checked The Singing Glass video, checked Radioactive video, Updated, checked Electricity video, free, Updated Measuring Calories video, ClosedCaptions, checked Bean Power text page Calories: Measuring the Energy text page, free Review Energy-5 quest Review Energy-2 practice

SC.5.P.10.1 Investigate and describe some basic forms of energy, including light, heat, sound, electrical, chemical, and mechanical.
 Measuring Calories video, ClosedCaptions, checked Measuring Kinetic and Potential Energy video, checked Solar Power video, checked Why Things Go Bang video Sunglass Science: Birefringence video, free, Updated Noisy String video, checked Spoon Bells video, checked Making a Screamer video, free, Updated The Singing Glass video, checked Radioactive video, Updated, checked Electricity video, free, Updated The Science of Pizza video, checked Calories: Measuring the Energy text page, free Review Energy-5 quest Review Energy-2 practice

### Utah

UT.8.IV.4.b Trace the conversion of energy from one form of energy to another (e.g., light to chemical to mechanical).
 Measuring Kinetic and Potential Energy video, checked The Rollback Can video, free, Updated High Bounce video, checked

### NGSS

4-PS3-2 Make observations to provide evidence that energy can be transferred from place to place by sound, light, heat, and electric currents.
 The Science of Pizza video, checked Heating a Balloon video, ClosedCaptions, checked Simple Circuits video, checked Doppler Effect video, checked How Heat Moves video, checked Solar Power video, checked Bottle Tones, part 1 video, checked Bottle Tones, part 2 video, checked Why Things Go Bang video Noisy String video, checked Spoon Bells video, checked Making a Screamer video, free, Updated The Singing Glass video, checked Electricity video, free, Updated A Real Tuning Fork text page Comparing How Sound Moves Through Liquids and Gases text page Review Energy-2 practice

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