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1 6th Grade Matter Jeopardy
Welcome to 6th Grade Matter Jeopardy

2 What Makes Up Matter? Properties of Matter Changing States Matter Math Really Matters $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400

3 Question for Column 1 $100 These are pure substances that can’t be broken down into any other substance. They have unique properties and they are arranged in the Periodic Table.

4 Column 1 Answer $100 Elements

5 Question for Column 1 $200 This is the smallest particle that makes an element. It has a nucleus which is surrounded by a cloud of negative charge.

6 Column 1 Answer $200 An atom

7 Question for Column 1 $300 Atoms combine with other atoms to make these. They can contain 2 atoms of the same type of element, or two atoms from different elements.

8 Column 1 Answer $300 Molecules

9 Question for Column 1 $400 This is a special type of molecule. It contains atoms from at least 2 different elements.

10 Column 1 Answer $400 A compound

11 Question for Column 2 $100 These are the two kinds of properties that every form of matter has. Some can be observed without changing it into another substance, and some describe its ability to change into different substances.

12 Physical and Chemical Properties
Column 2 Answer $100 Physical and Chemical Properties

13 Question for Column 2 $200 This is a physical property that describes how much matter is in an object.

14 Column 2 Answer $200 Mass

15 Question for Column 2 $300 This physical property describes how
much space an object takes up.

16 Column 2 Answer $300 Volume

17 Question for Column 2 $400 Gold miners would use this property of matter to determine if they had discovered real gold. They could determine this if they knew the mass and volume of the item they found, since this property tells us how much mass is packed in a certain volume.

18 Column 2 Answer $400 Density
The cube on the left is more dense, since it has more mass packed into the same volume.

19 Question for Column 3 $100 This state of matter has a definite shape and a definite volume. Its molecules are arranged in tight, orderly formations.

20 Column 3 Answer $100 Solid

21 Question for Column 3 $200 This state of matter has no definite shape and no definite volume. In fact, its fast moving, wildly arranged molecules can actually be compressed if we need to fit them in a smaller container.

22 Column 3 Answer $200 Gas

23 Question for Column 3 $300 When a substance changes from a gas to a liquid, the speed of its molecules does this, and so does the distance between its molecules.

24 The speed decreases and so does the distance between the molecules.
Column 3 Answer $300 The speed decreases and so does the distance between the molecules.

25 Question for Column 3 $400 Thermal energy is the total energy of the motion of all the particles in an object. When thermal energy is transferred, it always moves from _______ matter to _______ matter. warmer/cooler warmer/cooler

26 Column 3 Answer $400 Thermal energy always moves from warmer matter to cooler matter.

27 Question for Column 4 $100 The Law of Conservation of Mass states that matter is not created or destroyed in any chemical or physical change. So, after the methane and oxygen react to make carbon dioxide and water, how many total atoms will there be?

28 Column 4 Answer $100 There will still be 9 total atoms, even though they will be arranged differently.

29 Question for Column 4 $200 This is water, with a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter. Give one possible number that could represent the density of the red liquid.

30 Column 4 Answer $200 Its density could be any number between 0 and 1. It is less than 1 gram per cubic cm, because less dense matter floats.

31 Question for Column 4 $300 This mineral sample has a mass of 126 g and
a volume of 15 cm3. What is its density?

32 Column 4 Answer $300 Density = 𝑚𝑎𝑠𝑠 𝑣𝑜𝑙𝑢𝑚𝑒 , so its density is 8.4 g per cm3. By the way, it’s not gold. Gold’s density is 19.3 grams per cm3.

33 Question for Column 4 $400 The line graph shows the temperature change for a glass of water, when ice was added. Use your knowledge of matter and thermal energy to explain what happened.

34 Column 4 Answer $400 The temperature of the water dropped, because the warmer water lost its heat to the colder ice.

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