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Life ScienceEarth SciencePhysical Science Scientific Thinking Environmental Science Scientists Jeopardy Review
Life Science for 100 a giraffes long neck, a zebras stripes, and a lions color are examples of What is a specialized trait ?
Life Science for 200 Organisms that capture the energy from the sun and use the energy to make their own food What is a producer?
Life Science for 300 a behavior that an animal develops by observing other animals or by being taught What is a learned behavior?
Life Science for 400 transfer of energy through a series of organisms that use each other as food What is a food chain?
Life Science for 500 Organisms of the same species that live in the same place at the same time What is a population?
Earth Science for 100 imaginary line that passes through the earths center from the North Pole to the South Pole What is the earths axis?
Earth Science for 200 igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic are all types of What are rocks?
Earth Science for 300 the tilt of the earth and how the sun strikes parts of the earth more directly than other parts cause What are seasons?
Earth Science for 400 when water in cracks of rocks freeze, the expanding ice breaks the rock What is weathering ?
Earth Science for 500 a rock that was formed from cooled magma What is igneous rock?
Physical Science for 100 A lamp is turned on. Electrical energy is changed to What is heat and light energy?
Physical Science for 200 sugar dissolved in a glass of water What is a solution?
Physical Science for 300 a material that does not let heat energy move through it easily What is a insulator?
Physical Science for 400 the state of matter that takes on the shape and volume of a container What is a gas?
Physical Science for 500 energy of roller coaster car sitting at the top of the roller coaster What is potential energy?
Scientific Thinking for 100 the one variable that you change in a scientific investigation What is a manipulated variable?
Scientific Thinking for 200 What is a model? a representation of something in the natural world
Scientific Thinking for 300 What is a line graph? graph that represents change over time
Scientific Thinking for 400 tool to measure mass What is a balance?
Scientific Thinking for 500 What are the results? using the data and graphs to describe what happened in an experiment
Environmental Science for $100 coal, oil and natural gas What is a non- renewable resource?
Environmental Science for $200 caused by harmful substances that get into the air What is air pollution?
Environmental Science for $300 coal, oil, natural gas What is a nonrenewable resource?
Environmental Science for $400 Turning off the water when brushing your teeth or turning the lights off when you leave a room What is an conservation?
Environmental Science for $500 moving water has kinetic energy that can be used to generate What is electricity?
Scientists for $100 demonstrated with a kite that lightning is a form of electricity Who is Benjamin Franklin?
Scientists for $200 his discovery led to the development of antibiotics Who is Alexander Fleming?
Scientists for $300 wrote a book about the dangers of using pesticides Who is Rachel Carson?
Scientists for $400 known for the theory the Earth and the other planets moved around the sun Who is Copernicus?
Scientists for $500 Developed the first system for classifying living things Who is Aristotle?
Life ScienceEarth SciencePhysical Science Scientific Thinking Environmental Science Tools of Science Jeopardy Review 2.
Tom Medcalf Science Resource Teacher, School District of P.B.C. FL.
Energy Notes. What is the ability to cause a change in matter? energy energy.
Vocabulary Review. The nonliving parts of the environment.
JEOPARDY GAME THIRD GRADE SCIENCE CHANGES IN THE EARTH Created by Kathleen Porter.
Review for 2 nd six weeks Common Assessment 6 th Grade.
Lesson 1 What Energy Is Energy is the ability to cause change. Energy allows movement in the world.
MS Science TAKS review for 8 th grade Student copy Science Curriculum & Instruction Spring ISD.
Out of This World JEOPARDY Moon/Moon Phases Sun/Earth/Moon System Sun/Planets Comets/Stars
Science 8 SOL Review Pt Released Test 1. Venus, the moon, Mars, and the sun are all visible in our sky. All but one of these reflect light from.
What is Science? 6 th Grade Earth Science. What is Science? A.Science—an organized way of studying things and finding answers to questions. B.Critical.
Unit 6 Heat. What is heat? heat – form of energy in moving particles of matter.
Minerals mining rocks Resources Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Hardness.
AND NOW IT’S TIME TO TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE And See.
The J-Sci Science Game Click here to begin!here By A. R. Trachsel Created for Ashland University EDCI 505 OL3, Module 8 - March, 2012.
6. Minerals and Rocks 6.1 Minerals are all around us 6.2 Rocks form in different ways 6.3 Natural processes break down rocks 6.4 Geologic maps show Earths.
Erratic. boulder transported and deposited by a glacier having a lithology different than the bedrock upon which it is sitting.
Jeopardy General Knowledge Organisms Six Char. of Living Things More Organisms Review Past Topics Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300.
Ecology The study of interactions that take place between organisms and their environment.
Acid rain. rain that is contaminated with pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide gases.
Investigate and find explanations for how human need for heat has led to technology developments Discuss how human needs cause an increase in use of energy.
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5 th Grade Science Unit 2 Vocabulary Textbook, SAMS, and external vertical team words Mrs. Thornburgs version.
Acid rain. adapt rain that is contaminated with pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide gases.
Chapter 5 Lesson 1 – 4 Standards: S5P2a (demonstrate/investigate physical change) b (recognize change in matter) C (investigate matter during chemical.
1 Thermal Energy Physical Science. 2 Thermal Energy Objectives 1. Define temperature. 2. Explain how thermal energy depends on temperature. 3. Explain.
Created by: Mrs. Nichols $100 VocabularyLab SafetyProcedures Scientific Method Lab Rubric $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300.
Place the 2 groups of objects below in order from coldest to hottest. 1. Cheese, popsicle, napkin 2.Bonfire, napkin, fried egg What do you think?
6 th Grade Review II. Atoms Atoms are the building blocks of matter. An electron is negative and orbits the nucleus. A proton is positive and is inside.
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