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Created by Kathleen PorterJEOPARDY GAME THIRD GRADE SCIENCE “CHANGES IN THE EARTH” Created by Kathleen Porter
THIS IS Jeopardy
With Your Host... YOUR NAME
Jeopardy True or False Drip Drop Dinosaurs Disastrous Stone Age Wise Resources 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
Holds most of Earth’s water
Oceans A 100
The movement of water from one place to another and from one form to another
Water Cycle A 200
Amount of water that covers Earth’s surface
Three fourths of Earth’s surface
Water changing to a liquid (You can see it in the clouds)
Condensation A 400
When you use something wisely, not wastefully
Conserve A 500
The imprint or remains of something that lived long agoB 100
fossil B 100
Hardened tree sap B 200
amber B 200
A material burned for its energy
fuel B 300
Many different materials like small rocks, sand, minerals and clay make up this “dirty” thingB 400
soil B 400
A material that was once living or formed by a living thing and adds nutrients to the soil
humus B 500
Violent storm with strong winds and heavy rainsC 100
hurricane C 100
A huge flow of water over dry landC 200
flood C 200
A sudden movement in the rocks that make up Earth’s crust
earthquake C 300
DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400
An opening in the Earth’s surface
volcano C 400
Melted rock that flows out of an erupting volcano
lava C 500
A substance found in nature that is not a plant or animal
mineral D 100
A rock that forms when melted rock cools and hardens
Igneous rock D 200
A rock that changes form through squeezing and heating
Metamorphic rock D 300
A rock formed when sand, mud and pebbles pile up at the bottom of rivers, lakes and oceans
Sedimentary rock D 400
Pulls materials down hills and mountains
gravity D 500
Materials on Earth that keep you alive or make your life better
Natural resources E 100
Resources that can be replaced like soil and water
Renewable resources E 200
A resource that cannot be replaced or reused such as coal, oil and gems
Harmful materials that go into our water, air and on land (yuck!)
pollution E 400
Three ways to conserve to help keep our planet “green”
Reduce, reuse, recycle E 500
A mass of slow moving ice is called a glacier
true F 100
The carrying away of weathered materials is called erosion
true F 200
Weathering causes rocks to crumble, crack and breakF 300
true F 300
Caves are formed by glaciers
false F 400
Weathering is a process that does not take a long timeF 500
false F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Changes on the Earth Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Name two slow changes and two fast changes on EarthClick on screen to continue
Slow: glaciers, weathering, erosion Fast: flood, volcano, hurricane, tornado, landslide, forest fires Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT
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C. Temperature and Time B. The apple has more mass than the orange.
Erosion moving Earth materials from one place to another Geology the study of the Earth remains of past life on Earth Fossils.
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Changes to the Earth’s surface
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A resource is anything supplied by the earth to satisfy a particular need of humans or other living things Resources can be renewable (replaced by.
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