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Are You Smarter Than a 4 th Grader? Are You Smarter Than a 4 th Grader? States of Water and The Water Cycle 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic.

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2 Are You Smarter Than a 4 th Grader?

3 Are You Smarter Than a 4 th Grader? States of Water and The Water Cycle 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic , , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

4 5th Grade Topic 1 Question / What is it called when plants ‘sweat’?

5 5th Grade Topic 1 Answer Return / Transpiration!

6 5th Grade Topic 2 Question / What is the energy source needed to set the water cycle in motion?

7 5th Grade Topic 2 Answer Return / The Sun!!

8 4th Grade Topic 3 Question / What are the four major types of precipitation? Describe each!

9 4th Grade Topic 3 Answer Return / Rain (liquid water), sleet (similar to freezing rain), snow (snowflakes have a crystallized structure to them), and hail (balls of ice)!

10 4th Grade Topic 4 Question / How are clouds formed?

11 4th Grade Topic 4 Answer Return / Clouds are formed when water vapor rises up into the cold atmosphere and combines with smoke and dust particles to make large water droplets. Millions of droplets come together and make clouds!

12 3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / Explain the process of precipitation. Be as descriptive as possible!

13 3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer Return / Precipitation is when water falls from the sky in either a liquid or solid state back down to Earth. Precipitation produces runoff, and eventually the runoff is collected in large bodies of water such as lakes and oceans. / Precipitation is when water falls from the sky in either a liquid or solid state back down to Earth. Precipitation produces runoff, and eventually the runoff is collected in large bodies of water such as lakes and oceans.

14 3rd Grade Topic 6 Question / Explain the process of condensation. Be as descriptive as possible!

15 3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer Return / Condensation occurs when water vapor rises up into the cold atmosphere and condenses into water droplets again. / Remember- gas becomes a liquid! / 50 bonus points- Where do you see condensation in real life? / Condensation occurs when water vapor rises up into the cold atmosphere and condenses into water droplets again. / Remember- gas becomes a liquid! / 50 bonus points- Where do you see condensation in real life?

16 2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / Explain the process of evaporation. Be as descriptive as possible!

17 2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer Return / Evaporation is when liquid water heats up, and turns into a gas (water vapor). This gas then rises up into the atmosphere. / Remember- liquid becomes a gas! / Evaporation is when liquid water heats up, and turns into a gas (water vapor). This gas then rises up into the atmosphere. / Remember- liquid becomes a gas!

18 2nd Grade Topic 8 Question / Using whiteboard markers, draw a simple sketch of the water cycle on. Make sure to label evaporation, condensation, precipitation, runoff, and collection in your sketch.

19 2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer Return / Pictures may vary. Each team with a correctly labeled picture will earn 200 points!

20 1st Grade Topic 9 Question / What effect does temperature have on the water cycle?

21 1st Grade Topic 9 Answer Return / Temperature helps water change states! Cold temperatures turn liquid water into ice. Warmer temperatures can turn liquid water into water vapor (a gas).

22 1st Grade Topic 10 Question / What are the different states of water? Give an example of each.

23 1st Grade Topic 10 Answer Return / Solid (ice), Liquid (water) and Gas (water vapor)!

24 Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11

25 1,000,000 Question / At what temperatures does ice melt? At what temperatures does liquid water turn into water vapor?

26 1,000,000 Answer Return / Ice melts at 0* Celsius or 32* Fahrenheit. (This is called the melting point). / Liquid water turns into water vapor at 100* Celsius or 212* Fahrenheit. (This is called the boiling point). / Ice melts at 0* Celsius or 32* Fahrenheit. (This is called the melting point). / Liquid water turns into water vapor at 100* Celsius or 212* Fahrenheit. (This is called the boiling point).

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