ThirdGradeScienceReviewJeopardy

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SCIENCE CRCT
REVIEW JEOPARDY
Danielle Ruff
CES
3rd Grade
Rocks
and
Minerals
Soil and
Erosion
Fossils
Magnets
Heat
Habitats and
Adaptations
Pollution and
Conservation
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ROCKS 100
 Which of the following would NOT help you identify a mineral?
 Color
 Weight
 Hardness
 Texture
ROCKS 200
 Salt is a mineral because
 It has a flavor
 It is artificial
 It is hard and has no color
 It is a solid and is not living
ROCKS 300
 Which type of rock is made when layers of tiny pieces of rock are
pressed together?
 Igneous rock
 Sedimentary rock
 Marble rock
 Metamorphic rock
ROCKS 400
 Scientists use many properties to identify a mineral. Why?
 No mineral looks like another
 Minerals look different once they are polished
 In nature, many mineral look alike
 Every property of a mineral must be found before it can be identified
ROCKS 500
 What is a mineral that people use to make jewelry?
 Mica
 Iron
 Silver
 Graphite
SOIL 100
 Which type of soil contains the smallest grains?
 Clay
 Silt
 Sand
 humus
SOIL 200
 Which is the best type of soil for growing vegetables?
 Sand
 Silt
 Clay
 loam
SOIL 300
 Which of the following does NOT break down rocks into smaller
pieces?
 Wind
 Water
 Ice
 Light
SOIL 400
 Erosion is a process that
 Causes storms
 Forms rivers
 Breaks rocks into pieces
 Moves rock and soil
SOIL 500
 The soil in Georgia is red because it contains a lot of
 Iron
 Copper
 Quartz
 sediment
FOSSILS 100
 A trace or the remains of a living thing is called a
 Sediment
 Mineral
 Fossil
 remainder
FOSSILS 200
 Petrified wood is formed when an ancient tree’s soft parts were
replaced with
 Bones
 Hard minerals
 Hardened tree sap
 Large rocks and soil
FOSSILS 300
 In which type of rock are you most likely to find a fossil?
 Igneous rock
 Mineral rock
 Sedimentary rock
 Metamorphic rock
FOSSILS 400
 Many fossils form from animals that
 Died recently
 Did not have bones or shells
 Died and were covered with dirt
 Got trapped inside rocks
FOSSILS 500
 By looking carefully at fossil teeth, a scientist can learn
 How big the animal was
 What the animal ate
 Where the animal lived
 How many bones were in the animal’s skeleton
MAGNETS 100
 Samuel has some plastic letters that stick to the refrigerator door. What
can he infer?
 They are steel
 They contain iron
 They have magnets inside
 They make thermal energy
MAGNETS 200
 An electromagnet in a junkyard is used to lift
 Plastic or glass
 Wood
 Steel or iron
 magnets
MAGNETS 300
 Two bar magnets will attract if
 They do not have N and S poles
 The N pole of one faces the S pole of the other
 Their two N poles are facing
 Their two S poles are facing
MAGNETS 400
 Which is not a part of an electromagnet?
 Source of electricity
 Electric current
 Coil of wire
 Bar magnet
MAGNETS 500
 Sherman has a rock. It is not attracted to a magnet. What could he do
to the rock so that it is attracted to the magnet?
 Increase its thermal energy
 Coat it with steel
 Add carbon to it
 Crush it
HEAT 100
 What happens to boiling water after you add ice cubes to it?
 Its temperature rises
 It changes to a gas
 Its temperature falls
 It bubbles
HEAT 200
 A group of campers are sitting around a campfire. How is heat energy
being produced?
 Rubbing
 Friction
 Mixing two things together
 burning
HEAT 300
 In which investigation would a student MOST LIKELY use a
thermometer?
 To measure the thickness of a good conductor
 To learn how long it takes to burn a log
 To find out how fast cocoa cools in a plastic cup
 To calculate how much insulation to buy
HEAT 400
 What produces the heat that warms the air temperature on Earth?
 Mixing chemicals
 Rubbing
 The sun
 friction
HEAT 500
 Four roofing shingles made of different materials sit in the sun all day.
The one that stays the COOLEST is the one that
 Is magnetic
 Holds the least heat energy
 Absorbs the most heat
 Is an insulator
HABITAT 100
 Freshwater habitats include lakes, rivers, and streams. Which animal lives
in a freshwater habitat?
 Bottlenose dolphins
 Right whale
 Brown pelican
 Rainbow trout
HABITAT 200
 Which term describes all the living and nonliving things that surround a
living thing?
 Habitat
 Ecosystem
 Environment
 region
HABITAT 300
 Which happens when a forest is cut down?
 Animals are harmed because the soil becomes polluted
 Animals are harmed because they lose their shelter
 The number of birds increases because they have more room to fly
 The number of insects increases because there is more sunlight
HABITAT 400
 Which helps chipmunks survive long, cold winters?
 Sharp teeth
 Hibernating
 Migrating
 Changing colors
HABITAT 500
 In what hilly region of Georgia could you find hickory and oak trees and
river valleys?
 Piedmont
 Mountains
 Wetlands
 Coastal plain
POLLUTION 100
 Which is the BEST way to conserve resources?
 Keep your radio on a low volume all day
 Reuse wrapping paper to wrap gifts in the following year
 Throw out your bike and buy a new one each year
 Protest pollution by writing letters
POLLUTION 200
 Which is NOT a renewable resource?
 Wood
 Oil
 Air
 Sunlight
POLLUTION 300
 Which is not a way to conserve resources?
 Make a swing out of an old tire
 Recycle paper and plastic
 Ride bikes to the store
 Dump used oil down a drain
POLLUTION 400
 Which of the following is NOT a form of land pollution?
 Dumping toxic waste in a field
 Chemicals leaking into the soil around a factory
 Throwing glass bottles on the ground at a park
 Car smoke rising up into the air
POLLUTION 500
 An oil spill from a ship accident is BEST described as
 Land pollution
 Water pollution
 Conservation
 Air pollution