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2 JEOPARDY GAME THIRD GRADE SCIENCE CHANGES IN THE EARTH Created by Kathleen Porter

3 THIS IS

4 With Host... Your

5 Drip DropDinosaursDisastrousStone AgeWise Resources True or False

6 Holds most of Earths water A 100

7 Oceans A 100

8 The movement of water from one place to another and from one form to another A 200

9 Water Cycle A 200

10 Amount of water that covers Earths surface A 300

11 Three fourths of Earths surface A 300

12 Water changing to a liquid (You can see it in the clouds) A 400

13 Condensation A 400

14 When you use something wisely, not wastefully A 500

15 Conserve A 500

16 The imprint or remains of something that lived long ago B 100

17 fossil B 100

18 Hardened tree sap B 200

19 amber B 200

20 A material burned for its energy B 300

21 fuel B 300

22 Many different materials like small rocks, sand, minerals and clay make up this dirty thing B 400

23 soil B 400

24 A material that was once living or formed by a living thing and adds nutrients to the soil B 500

25 humus B 500

26 Violent storm with strong winds and heavy rains C 100

27 hurricane C 100

28 A huge flow of water over dry land C 200

29 flood C 200

30 A sudden movement in the rocks that make up Earths crust C 300

31 earthquake C 300

32 DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager

33 An opening in the Earths surface C 400

34 volcano C 400

35 Melted rock that flows out of an erupting volcano C 500

36 lava C 500

37 A substance found in nature that is not a plant or animal D 100

38 mineral D 100

39 A rock that forms when melted rock cools and hardens D 200

40 Igneous rock D 200

41 A rock that changes form through squeezing and heating D 300

42 Metamorphic rock D 300

43 A rock formed when sand, mud and pebbles pile up at the bottom of rivers, lakes and oceans D 400

44 Sedimentary rock D 400

45 Pulls materials down hills and mountains D 500

46 gravity D 500

47 Materials on Earth that keep you alive or make your life better E 100

48 Natural resources E 100

49 Resources that can be replaced like soil and water E 200

50 Renewable resources E 200

51 A resource that cannot be replaced or reused such as coal, oil and gems E 300

52 Nonrenewable resource E 300

53 Harmful materials that go into our water, air and on land (yuck!) E 400

54 pollution E 400

55 Three ways to conserve to help keep our planet green E 500

56 Reduce, reuse, recycle E 500

57 A mass of slow moving ice is called a glacier F 100

58 true F 100

59 The carrying away of weathered materials is called erosion F 200

60 true F 200

61 Weathering causes rocks to crumble, crack and break F 300

62 true F 300

63 Caves are formed by glaciers F 400

64 false F 400

65 Weathering is a process that does not take a long time F 500

66 false F 500

67 The Final Jeopardy Category is: Changes on the Earth Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin

68 Name two slow changes and two fast changes on Earth Click on screen to continue

69 Slow: glaciers, weathering, erosion Fast: flood, volcano, hurricane, tornado, landslide, forest fires Click on screen to continue

70 Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT


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