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Recycling Multiple Choice Definitions Worksheets

1. Aluminum
A) A cloth made by weaving or knitting
B) The most common element in the crust, is a silvery white chemical element
C) A band or rubber that can be inflated and placed over a wheel rim and used for cars
2. Can
A) A branch of science that deals with the flowing of electrons
B) A container, usually aluminum, designed to hold a beverage
C) A long, soft invertebrate without legs that inches forward to move
3. Cardboard
A) A thin and stiff board used to make boxes or signs
B) An artifically produced, modified form of iron
C) A regularly printed publication that generally contains news, business, and sports updates
4. Compost
A) A mixture of decaying natural items that can be used for fertilizer
B) A wide range of materials that can be shaped when soft and then hardened
C) A solid, clear, and easily breakable material often used to make windows or bottles
5. Decomposers
A) An orgamism such as bacteria that breaks down dead plant or animal cells into smaller substances
B) A regularly printed publication that generally contains news, business, and sports updates
C) Something made of wood pulp that is often used to write or draw on
6. Electronics
A) An element such as gold, silver, or copper that has highly conductible
B) A branch of science that deals with the flowing of electrons
C) Something made of wood pulp that is often used to write or draw on
7. Glass
A) A solid, clear, and easily breakable material often used to make windows or bottles
B) A wide range of materials that can be shaped when soft and then hardened
C) A regularly printed publication that generally contains news, business, and sports updates
8. Metal
A) An element such as gold, silver, or copper that has highly conductible
B) A solid, clear, and easily breakable material often used to make windows or bottles
C) A cloth made by weaving or knitting
9. Newspaper
A) A regularly printed publication that generally contains news, business, and sports updates
B) A container, usually aluminum, designed to hold a beverage
C) A solid, clear, and easily breakable material often used to make windows or bottles
10. Paper
A) A solid, clear, and easily breakable material often used to make windows or bottles
B) A long, soft invertebrate without legs that inches forward to move
C) Something made of wood pulp that is often used to write or draw on
11. Plastic
A) An element such as gold, silver, or copper that has highly conductible
B) A wide range of materials that can be shaped when soft and then hardened
C) A mixture of decaying natural items that can be used for fertilizer
12. Steel
A) A mixture of decaying natural items that can be used for fertilizer
B) An artifically produced, modified form of iron
C) A thin and stiff board used to make boxes or signs
13. Textiles
A) A cloth made by weaving or knitting
B) A container, usually aluminum, designed to hold a beverage
C) A long, soft invertebrate without legs that inches forward to move
14. Tires
A) A band or rubber that can be inflated and placed over a wheel rim and used for cars
B) A container, usually aluminum, designed to hold a beverage
C) An artifically produced, modified form of iron
15. Worms
A) An element such as gold, silver, or copper that has highly conductible
B) A long, soft invertebrate without legs that inches forward to move
C) A cloth made by weaving or knitting

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