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Another name for the Earth spinning around and around is
a) dizzy b) floating c) twirling d) rotating
When our side of the Earth has daytime, children on the other side are probably doing what?
a) eating b) Going to school c) sleeping d) playing
How many hours does it take for the Earth to rotate one full turn?
a) 15 b) 30 c) 24 d) 20
Which of the following sentences is a true statement?
a) The sun orbits around the Earth. b) The sun rotates around and around. c) The sun is a planet. d) The Earth orbits around the sun.
The coolest layer of the Earth is the
a) crust b) ocean c) core d) mantle
The mantle layer of the Earth is made up of
a) solid rock and metal b) soil c) fire d) liquid rock and metal
Melted rock that comes out of a volcano is called
a) llama b) lamba c) lava d) latte
Which of the statements is true?
a) Most of the Earth\'s crust is covered with land. b) Most of the Earth\'s crust is covered with rocks. c) Most of the Earth\'s crust is covered with oceans. d) Most of the Earth\'s crust is covered with trees.
Which of the statements is true?
a) The hottest part of the Earth is the mantle. b) The Earth is larger than the sun. c) Earthquakes and volcanos help scientists learn about the inside of the earth. d) Sometimes the Earth stops spinning.
How long does it take for the earth to orbit around the sun?
a) one year b) 2 years c) 6 months d) 2 months
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