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Seasons And Weather - Day And Night
When the Sun comes up in the morning it is called dawn or sunrise.

Seasons And Weather - Day And Night

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Science for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with basic facts about the seasons and the weather.

What is the difference between day and night? The Sun shines during the day. We cannot see the Sun at night. So it is dark at night. As well as changing the weather the parts of the year, or seasons, affect the length of days. In winter days are shorter and nights longer, but in summer days are longer and nights shorter. How do the seasons change the length of the days as well as the weather? In science you will have found out about the Sun and about day and night. What are the different parts of the day called? This quiz will help you see just how much you have learned already.

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1.
The Sun is going down. This is called ____.
Midnight
Dawn
Noon
Dusk
Sunset is another word for dusk
2.
What do we call the time after midday?
Night
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Noon is another word for midday
3.
9 o’clock in the morning is:
9 a.m.
9 p.m.
9 m.a.
9 m.p.
Times that are a.m. are before noon
4.
What makes daylight?
Bulbs
Lamps
The Sun
The Moon
The Sun might be behind a cloud, but sunlight is daylight
5.
What do we call the time between waking up and midday?
Night
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Midday is at 12 o’clock
6.
Which word describes the night?
Dark
Light
Bright
Sunny
Most people sleep through the night
7.
The Sun comes up early in the morning. This is called ____.
Midnight
Dawn
Noon
Dusk
Dawn is when the Sun rises
8.
What do we call the time after you have had your tea but before you go to bed?
Night
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
When is your bedtime?
9.
7 o’clock in the evening is:
7 a.m.
7 p.m.
7 m.a.
7 m.p.
Times after noon and up to midnight are p.m.
10.
How many hours are there in a day altogether?
6
12
24
60
The clock in the picture is Big Ben. A lot of clocks only go round to 12. So they go round twice every day
Author:  David Bland

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