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Title: Jeopardy


1
Science Jeopardy
Study guide and game used to prepare students for
the assessment.
Presented by Debbie Cook Melanie Dahlgren
2
State Standards
3.1.spi.2. identify the part that belongs to a
specific plant or animal. 3.2 Recognize the basic
parts of plants. 3.3.spi.1. identify the basic
needs of plants and animals. 3.3.spi.3. Recognize
that plants use sunlight, water and air for
photosynthesis. 3.3.tpi.1. illustrate the basic
life requirements necessary for plants and
animals. 3.4.tpi.4. describe the life cycle of an
organism. 3.7.spi.3. choose the appropriate tool
for observing a specific distant
object. 3.7.spi.5. identify the components of the
solar system (e.g. planets, moons). 8.2 Realize
that weather is associated with temperature,
precipitation, and wind conditions and can be
measured using tools and instruments. 3.8.tpi.4.
use the appropriate instruments for collecting
weather data.
3
Technology Standards
Teacher Standards 3. Identify technology
resources available in schools and analyze how
accessibility to those resources affects planning
for instruction. (I, II) 13. Examine technology
tools used to collect, analyze, interpret,
represent, and communicate student performance
data. (I, IV) 14. Integrate technology-based
assessment strategies and tools into plans for
evaluating specific learning activities. (IV) 19.
Use technology productivity tools to complete
required professional tasks. (V)
4
Technology Standards
Student Standards 4. Identify, select, and use
hardware and software technology resources
specially designed for use by PK-12 students to
meet specific teaching and learning
objectives. 6. Identify specific technology
applications and resources that maximize student
learning, address learner needs, and affirm
diversity. (III, VI) 7. Design and teach
technology-enriched learning activities that
connect content standards with student technology
standards and meet the diverse needs of students.
(II, III, IV, VI)
5
Jeopardy
Plants
Animals
Butterflies
Space
Weather
Q 100
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Q 200
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Q 300
Q 300
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Q 400
Q 400
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Q 500
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Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Final Jeopardy
6
100 Question
Plants need three things to live
7
100 Answer
What is sunlight, water, and air?
8
200 Question
Three parts of a plant
9
200 Answer
What is leaves, stem, and the root?
10
300 Question
The main food making part of the plant
11
300 Answer
What is leaves?
12
400 Question
Two kinds of Conifers.
13
400 Answer
What are pine trees and spruces?
14
500 Question
The process of plants making their food
15
500 Answer
What is photosynthesis?
16
100 Question
Animals need three things to live
17
100 Answer
What is food, water, and air?
18
200 Question
Animals move to another place that is warmer
19
200 Answer
What is migrate?
20
300 Question
When animals rest or sleep through the winter
21
300 Answer
What is hibernation?
22
400 Question
Animals with backbones
23
400 Answer
What are vertebrates?
24
500 Question
Five groups of animals
25
500 Answer
What are reptiles, amphibians, mammals, birds,
and fish?
26
100 Question
Four stages of the butterfly
27
100 Answer
What is egg, larva, pupa, and adult
28
200 Question
Stage that forms a hard cage around itself
29
200 Answer
What is pupa?
30
300 Question
Animal that does not experience metamorphosis
31
300 Answer
What is the chicken and turtle?
32
400 Question
Stages of a frog
33
400 Answer
What is egg, tadpole, and adult?
34
500 Question
A change in the body form of an organism
35
500 Answer
What is metamorphosis?
36
100 Question
Includes the sun, 9 planets, and their moons
37
100 Answer
What is the Solar System?
38
200 Question
A hollow area on the moons surface
39
200 Answer
What is a crater?
40
300 Question
The red planet
41
300 Answer
What is Mars?
42
400 Question
The Earths tilted axis
43
400 Answer
Why we have seasons?
44
500 Question
The planets of the Solar System
45
500 Answer
What are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter,
Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto?
46
100 Question
The changing of a liquid into a gas
47
100 Answer
What is evaporation?
48
200 Question
The changing of a gas into a liquid
49
200 Answer
What is condensation?
50
300 Question
Rain, snow, sleet, or hail
51
300 Answer
What is precipitation?
52
400 Question
A tool used to measure air pressure
53
400 Answer
What is a barometer?
54
500 Question
Four layers of the atmosphere
55
500 Answer
What are thermosphere, mesosphere, stratosphere,
and troposphere
56
Final Jeopardy
The path of the water cycle
57
Final Jeopardy Answer
What is evaporation, transpiration, condensation,
and precipitation?
58
Sources
http//jc-schools.net/tutorials/PPT-games/ McGraw
-Hill Science (3rd Grade)
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