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Energy
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Consolidation Worksheet
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Date:
What Is Energy? / What Are the Different
Forms of Energy?
1.
What is energy?
2. What are the different forms of energy illustrated in each of the pictures
below? Write your answers under each picture.
There may be more than one form of energy illustrated in each picture.
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Energy
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What Is Energy Conversion?
Study the pictures below and state the energy conversions that are taking place.
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Energy
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What Is Energy Conservation?
Suggest how energy can be conserved in each of the scenarios below by writing
your answers in the blanks.
Min should
Ari should
Rita should
Tom should
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Energy
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Fun and
Games
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Crossword Puzzle!
Complete the crossword puzzle using the clues given below.
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Across:
2. Plants need
energy to make food.
5. A stretched rubber band has elastic
energy.
7. The amount of
energy an object has depends on its speed and mass.
8. The higher an object is from the ground, the greater the amount of
potential energy it has.
Down:
1. Objects that can be stretched and compressed can possess
potential energy.
3. The food we eat and the batteries we use both have
energy.
4. Overhead or underground cables help transport
energy.
6.
energy causes cement to dry.
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Energy
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Exam Practice
Process skills: Observing, Analysing
Ari used a slingshot to shoot a pebble through the air as shown below. Study the
pictures carefully and answer the questions that follow.
a. What form of energy does the stretched rubber band have?
[1 mark]
b. How can Ari increase the amount of energy mentioned in ‘a’?
[1 mark]
c. Name two forms of energy that the pebble flying
through the air possesses.
[2 marks]
Hint:
What form of energy does a
moving object have? What form
of energy does it have due to its
position above the ground?
d. When will the pebble have neither of the two forms of energy mentioned
in ‘c’?
[1 mark]
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What is energy?
Energy is the ability to do work.
energy, light energy
Elastic potential energy
kinetic energy
heat energy
Heat energy, chemical potential
Gravitational potential energy,
Light energy, electrical energy,
There may be more than one form of energy illustrated in each picture.
2. What are the different forms of energy illustrated in each of the pictures
below? Write your answers under each picture.
1.
What Is Energy? / What Are the Different
Forms of Energy?
Consolidation Worksheet
Name:
Energy
Answers to Additional Teacher’s Resources
Chemical potential energy
Kinetic energy, sound energy
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Electrical
energy
Kinetic
energy
Answers to Additional Teacher’s Resources
Heat
energy
Kinetic
energy
Chemical potential
energy
Gravitational potential
energy
Study the pictures below and state the energy conversions that are taking place.
What Is Energy Conversion?
Consolidation Worksheet
Name:
Energy
Solar
energy
Gravitational potential
energy
Elastic potential
energy
Energy
Electrical
energy
Kinetic
energy
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Kinetic
energy
Kinetic
energy
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is entering the room.
air from escaping and reduce the amount of heat that
Tom should shut the door to stop the air-conditioned
the room.
Rita should turn off the lights and fan before leaving
Ari should turn off the television if no one is
watching it.
electricity.
load before starting the washing machine to conserve
Min should wait for the washing machine to have a full
Suggest how energy can be conserved in each of the scenarios below by writing
your answers in the blanks.
What Is Energy Conservation?
Consolidation Worksheet
Name:
Energy
Answers to Additional Teacher’s Resources
Crossword Puzzle!
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Down:
1. Objects that can be stretched and compressed can possess
potential energy.
energy.
3. The food we eat and the batteries we use both have
4. Overhead or underground cables help transport
energy.
energy causes cement to dry.
6.
Across:
2. Plants need
energy to make food.
energy.
5. A stretched rubber band has elastic
7. The amount of
energy an object has depends on its speed and mass.
8. The higher an object is from the ground, the greater the amount of
potential energy it has.
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7
6
5
3
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Complete the crossword puzzle using the clues given below.
Fun and
Games
Name:
Energy
Answers to Additional Teacher’s Resources
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What form of energy does a
moving object have? What form
of energy does it have due to its
position above the ground?
Hint:
[1 mark]
[1 mark]
When it reaches the ground.
Energy
Answers to Additional Teacher’s Resources
d. When will the pebble have neither of the two forms of energy mentioned
in ‘c’?
[1 mark]
Kinetic energy and gravitational potential energy.
c. Name two forms of energy that the pebble flying
through the air possesses.
[2 marks]
He can stretch the rubber band more.
b. How can Ari increase the amount of energy mentioned in ‘a’?
Elastic potential energy
a. What form of energy does the stretched rubber band have?
Ari used a slingshot to shoot a pebble through the air as shown below. Study the
pictures carefully and answer the questions that follow.
Process skills: Observing, Analysing
Exam Practice
Name:
Energy
Glossary
Chapter 2:
Energy
Chemical potentialThe type of energy stored in chemical substances such as
energy foods, batteries and fuels
Chapter 2
Elastic potential
The type of energy stored in elastic objects when they are
energystretched
Electrical energy
A form of energy that allows electrical equipment to work
Energy
The ability to do work
Energy conservation
Making wise choices in order to save energy
Energy conversion
The change of energy from one form to another
FuelsMaterials that burn to give off heat and light. They have chemical
potential energy
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Gravitational
potential energy
The type of energy stored when an object is positioned
above the ground
Heat energy
A form of energy that makes us feel warm
Kinetic energy
Energy stored in moving objects
Light energy
A form of energy that helps us to see
Potential energy
Energy stored in a body
Sound energy
A form of energy that allows us to hear
Glossary
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