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JEOPARDY GAME THIRD GRADE SCIENCE CHANGES IN THE EARTH Created by Kathleen Porter
With Host... Your
Drip DropDinosaursDisastrousStone AgeWise Resources True or False
Holds most of Earths water A 100
Oceans A 100
The movement of water from one place to another and from one form to another A 200
Water Cycle A 200
Amount of water that covers Earths surface A 300
Three fourths of Earths surface A 300
Water changing to a liquid (You can see it in the clouds) A 400
Condensation A 400
When you use something wisely, not wastefully A 500
Conserve A 500
The imprint or remains of something that lived long ago B 100
fossil B 100
Hardened tree sap B 200
amber B 200
A material burned for its energy B 300
fuel B 300
Many different materials like small rocks, sand, minerals and clay make up this dirty thing B 400
soil B 400
A material that was once living or formed by a living thing and adds nutrients to the soil B 500
humus B 500
Violent storm with strong winds and heavy rains C 100
hurricane C 100
A huge flow of water over dry land C 200
flood C 200
A sudden movement in the rocks that make up Earths crust C 300
earthquake C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
An opening in the Earths surface C 400
volcano C 400
Melted rock that flows out of an erupting volcano C 500
lava C 500
A substance found in nature that is not a plant or animal D 100
mineral D 100
A rock that forms when melted rock cools and hardens D 200
Igneous rock D 200
A rock that changes form through squeezing and heating D 300
Metamorphic rock D 300
A rock formed when sand, mud and pebbles pile up at the bottom of rivers, lakes and oceans D 400
Sedimentary rock D 400
Pulls materials down hills and mountains D 500
gravity D 500
Materials on Earth that keep you alive or make your life better E 100
Natural resources E 100
Resources that can be replaced like soil and water E 200
Renewable resources E 200
A resource that cannot be replaced or reused such as coal, oil and gems E 300
Nonrenewable resource E 300
Harmful materials that go into our water, air and on land (yuck!) E 400
pollution E 400
Three ways to conserve to help keep our planet green E 500
Reduce, reuse, recycle E 500
A mass of slow moving ice is called a glacier F 100
true F 100
The carrying away of weathered materials is called erosion F 200
true F 200
Weathering causes rocks to crumble, crack and break F 300
true F 300
Caves are formed by glaciers F 400
false F 400
Weathering is a process that does not take a long time F 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 Earth Click on screen to continue
Slow: glaciers, weathering, erosion Fast: flood, volcano, hurricane, tornado, landslide, forest fires Click on screen to continue
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