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Chalkboard Challenge Science Vocabulary Fourth Grade
StudentsTeachers Game Board Solar System PlantsWeatherCellsRocks 100 200 300 400 500 Lets Play Final Challenge
StudentsTeachers Game Board The second largest planet. It has rings around it. 100 What is Saturn? Solar System for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board The only planet that supports life. 200 What is Earth? Solar System for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board The largest star. 300 What is the sun? Solar System for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board The furthest planet from the sun and the smallest planet. 400 What is Pluto? Solar System for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board The path of a celestial body as it revolves around another body. 500 What is an orbit? Solar System for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board The green leaf like part that protects the emerging flower bud. 100 What are sepals? Plants for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board The colorful leaf that helps attract insects. 200 What are petals? Plants for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board It conducts water from the roots to the cells of the plant. 300 What is the stem? Plants for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board It anchors the plant in the soil. 400 What are the roots? Plants for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board The part of the plant swells surrounding and protecting the seeds. 500 What is the ovary? Plants for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board The process of changing from a liquid to a gas. 100 What is evaporation? Weather for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board The process of changing from a gas to a liquid. 200 What is condensation? Weather for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board This marks the beginning of summer and winter. 300 What is the solstice? Weather for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board The long-term conditions of the atmosphere. 400 What is climate? Weather for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board The amount of moisture in the air. 500 What is humidity? Weather for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board The basic units of life. 100 What are cells? Cells for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board The control center of the cell. 200 What is the nucleus? Cells for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board The jelly like substance found in the cell. 300 What is the cytoplasm? Cells for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board Small parts that make up the cell. 400 What are organelles? Cells for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board Organelles that carry out photosynthesis 500 What are chloroplast? Cells for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board Molten rock material within the earth. 100 What is magma? Rocks for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board Shaking or trembling of a portion of the earth. 200 What is an earthquake? Rocks for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board Rock formed by hardening of melted earth. 300 What is igneous rock? Rocks for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board The action or process of wearing away by the action of water, wind, or glacial ice. 400 What is erosion? Rocks for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board The portion of the earth lying between the crust and the core. 500 What is the mantle? Rocks for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager A species that is no longer living. Final Challenge End Game TIMES UP! TIMES UP! What is extinct?
Chalkboard Challenge Grade 3-4 StudentsTeachers Game Board Living Things AnimalsPlantsMatterHodge-Podge Lets Play Final Challenge.
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If the contestant (group) answers correctly, control of the board is retained. If answered incorrectly, control of the board goes to a selected back-up.
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Weather and Space Science Weather and Space Science Categories PlanetsThe SunThe Moon WeatherWater Cycle Grab Bag $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
The Solar System A Fifth Grade Science Introduction A solar system consists of a star and objects that revolve around it. Our Solar System consists of.
1 Earth/Space Review 3.6B; 3.11A, C, D; 4.6A; 4.11A, B, C; 5.5A, B; 5.6A, B; 5.11A, B, C; 5.12A, B, C, D.
Plants J.Sample Review Photosynthesis: The process that plants use to make food using energy from the sun. Requires – Sunlight – Water – Carbon.
Chalkboard Challenge Math 6 th Grade SOL Review 6.6ab, 6.11, 6.19, 6.20.
Warm - Up Define what a region is, and provide two DIFFERENT examples of types of regions.
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Parts of Plants Plant and Flower parts.
Chapter 2 A Living Planet.
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THIS IS Fifth grade life science review BIOMESPLANTSLIFE CYCLES Cells Water cycle Science potpourri.
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The Solar System Let’s Explore!! Eight Amazing Planets ! MercuryVenusEarth MarsJupiterSaturn UranusNeptune.
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