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2 $200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 PlantsAnimalsHabitats Food ChainsAdaptations

3 1-1a Mushrooms help these use minerals from their fallen parts. C1 $100

4 1-1q What are trees. C1? $100

5 A fox chases a mouse. The fox is this. C1 $200

6 What is a predator? C1 $200

7 1-3a A fox chases a mouse. The mouse is this. C1 $300

8 1-3a What is prey? C1 $300

9 1-4a Energy in a food chain starts with this. C1 $400

10 1-4a What is the sun? C1 $400

11 1-final When a big animal eats a smaller animal. Timer The final Jeopardy answer is: C1 final

12 1-final What is a predator/prey relationship.

13 C2 $ a An eagles eyesight and claws helps it to do this.

14 C2 $ a What is find and catch food?

15 C2 $ a In the winter a rabbits fur changes white to help it do this.

16 C2 $ a What is camouflage?

17 C2 $ a A plant has thorns to do this.

18 C2 $ a What is protect themselves from predators?

19 C2 $ a A rabbits fur turns brown in the summer.

20 C2 $ a What is blending into the environment or camouflage.

21 C2 $ a A baby mammal is born already knowing how to suck. This is an example of…

22 C2 $ a What are instincts?

23 C3 $ a A squirrel puts these in the ground for storage, forgets about them, then they grow into trees.

24 C3 $ a What are tree seeds or nuts?

25 C3 $ a These stick to a deer, being depositied into a new spot after the deer travels.

26 C3 $ a What are cockleburs?

27 C3 $ a When these fall to the ground they land with the seed slightly in the ground and are often called helicopters.

28 C3 $ a What are maple seeds?

29 C3 $ a Producers.

30 C3 $ a What are plants that make their own food?

31 C3 $ a These provide food and shelter for animals.

32 C3 $ a What are trees and bushes?

33 C4 $ a Herbivore.

34 C4 $ a What are animals that eat only plants?

35 C4 $ a Carnivores.

36 C4 $ a What are animals that eat only meat?

37 C4 $ a Omnivores.

38 C4 $ a What are animals that eat both plants and animals?

39 C4 $ a Cows are an example of this.

40 C4 $ a What are Animals that get their energy from plants?

41 C4 $ a An anole eating an insect.

42 C4 $ a What is an example of an animal that gets its energy from eating another animal?

43 C5 $100 An area with lots of trees, shrubs, and other plants growing. Deer, insects, and birds are among the animals that can be seen here.

44 C5 $100 What is a forest?

45 C5 $200 A place where whales, sharks, and plankton live. There is a high concentration of salt here.

46 C5 $200 What is an ocean?

47 C5 $300 Fresh running water and wild animals can be found here. A variety of plants can also be found here.

48 C5 $300 What is a stream?

49 C5 $400 Cactus grow deep roots here in order to access underground water sources.

50 C5 $400 What are deserts?

51 C5 $500 A place where a fox with a white coat would best be protected.

52 C5 $500 What is a snow covered area?

53 October 2012 This Jeopardy template was created by Dr. Robert Pettis, Director An Adventure of the American Mind, University of South Carolina Spartanburg This Jeopardy game was created by Mrs. Trisha Campbell


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