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LH-Science Test 3

Science Material Test 3

QuestionAnswer
What word means to plan or make something for a reason? design
Who designed all of the plants and animals? God
A _____'s hind legs are designed for jumping. grasshopper
A praying mantis' front legs are designed for _____ other insects. catching
A honey bee's legs are designed for _____ pollen. gathering
There are ____ of kinds of insects. thousands
How many legs do all grown insects have? six (6)
How many main parts do all insect's bodies have? three (3)
The insect's _____ contains its eyes, mouth, feelers, and brain. head
The _____ is the middle section of the insect. We call it the "motor" of the insect because the legs and wings are always on this part. thorax
The _____ is the last part of the insect's body. It contains the organs needed for living. abdomen
All insects are hatched from _____. eggs
What turns into a butterfly? caterpillars
Most _____ would die without insects. birds
When a bee lands on a flower, _____ from the flower sticks to the hair on its hind legs. pollen
Without _____, we would have no apples, peaches, or other fruits. bees
What are the bees who do all of the work in the hive called? worker bees
What do bees gather to make honey? nectar
What do bees eat for energy? honey
It takes as many as _____ bees working their whole lives to make just one pound of honey. three hundred (300)
Some insects are _____ to us. harmful
_____ spread diseases. Flies
_____ eat wood from houses Termites
_____ and _____ eat plants from our gardens. Grasshoppers, beetles
True/False: Without insects, many animals could not live. True
True/False: Bees have nine legs. False
True/False: Bees make syrup. False
True/False: Bees have types of "air conditioners" and "heaters" in their hives. True
True/False: Good insects will sometimes eat bad ones. True
True/False: All insects are good. False
True/False: All hives have a queen bee to lay eggs. True
True/False: One bee cannot live by itself. True
True/False: A worker bee will not give its life for the queen bee and the rest of the hive. False
True/False: Many insects go through many changes before they look like their parents. True
Created by: PVA 2nd Grade