Life ScienceEarth SciencePhysical Science Scientific Thinking Environmental Science Tools of Science Jeopardy Review 2
Life Science for 100 The following animals all eat meat; fox, tiger, wolf, and dolphin. What is a carnivore ?
Life Science for 200 The energy transferred through food webs all begin with … What is the Sun?
Life Science for 300 An organism that preys on other animals… What is a predator?
Life Science for 400 Fur or hair, warm blooded, drinks its mothers milk and has live births What is a mammal?
Life Science for 500 A chemical process in which plants trap light energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars What is a photosynthesis?
Earth Science for 100 Rocks that are formed when magma or lava cools and becomes solid What is igneous rock?
Earth Science for 200 The angle the Earth is tilted What is 23.5 degrees?
Earth Science for 300 Length of time it takes the Earth to make one full rotation What is 24 hours (1 day) ?
Earth Science for 400 Length of time it takes the Earth to make one full revolution around the Sun What is 365 days (1 year) ?
Earth Science for 500 In the Northern hemisphere, why do we have the least hours of daylight in the month of December? What is the Earth tilts away from the Sun?
Physical Science for 100 The amount of matter in something What is mass?
Physical Science for 200 A change in matter from one form to another, without forming a new substance What is physical change?
Physical Science for 300 What is a force? A push or a pull
Physical Science for 400 The energy an object has because of its position or structure. What is potential or stored energy?
Physical Science for 500 An objects tendency to resist a change in motion What is inertia?
Scientific Thinking for 100 Increasing the height of a ramp will increase the distance a ball will roll Increasing the height of a ramp will decrease the distance a ball will roll. Increasing the height of a ramp will have no effect on the distance a ball will roll. What is a prediction?
Scientific Thinking for 200 What is metric measurements? Scientists take measurements using
Scientific Thinking for 300 What is collecting and recording data? (what Jim sees)
Scientific Thinking for 400 What is a model?
Scientific Thinking for 500 What is growing seeds without fertilizer?
Environmental Science for $100 Wise use and protection of our natural resources What is conservation?
Environmental Science for $200 surroundings and conditions in which an organism lives What is the environment?
Environmental Science for $300 The gopher tortoise is in immediate danger of becoming extinct. What is an endangered species?
Environmental Science for $400 The Earths most important energy source What is the Sun?
Environmental Science for $500 Floridas groundwater supply. What is the aquifer?
Tools of Science for $100 Metric unit used to measure mass What is a gram?
Tools of Science for $200 Tool used to measure mass What is a balance?
Tools of Science for $300 Tool used to measure temperature? What is a thermometer?
Tools of Science for $400 Tool used to observe things you can not see with your eyes. What is a microscope?
Tools of Science for $500 Tool used to measure force What is a spring scale?