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Welcome to 3 rd Grade Jeopardy!!. by Caroline LaMagna. Jeopardy – Round 1. Click here for Round Two. “Mrs. Johnson is my favorite teacher,” Maria told her mother. “I really enjoy the lessons in her class.” In this paragraph, the word enjoy means — A like B hear C notice

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Welcome to 3 rd grade jeopardy

Welcome to 3rd GradeJeopardy!!

by Caroline LaMagna


Welcome to 3rd grade jeopardy

Jeopardy – Round 1

Click here for Round Two


Welcome to 3rd grade jeopardy

“Mrs. Johnson is my favorite teacher,”

Maria told her mother. “I really enjoy the lessons in her class.”

In this paragraph, the word enjoy means —

A like

B hear

C notice

D save

English – 20 points


Answer

Answer:

A. like

English – 20 points


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  • Katie said that Kevin was being dishonest when he said he could hold his breath for 20 minutes.

  • What does Katie mean by dishonest?

  • Kevin is being honest.

  • Kevin is not telling the truth.

  • Kevin is very serious.

  • Kevin thinks he is a dolphin.

  • English – 40 points


Answer1

Answer:

B. Kevin is not telling the truth.

English – 60 points


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  • I don’t make cookies very well, so I usually buy mine prebaked.

  • In which word is pre used the same way as in prebaked?

  • preacher

  • pretty

  • pretest

  • pretzel

  • English – 60 points


Answer2

Answer:

C. pretest

English – 40 points


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  • All of the following are compound words EXCEPT–

  • airplane

  • newspaper

  • rainbow

  • smarter

  • English – 80 points


Answer3

Answer:

D. smarter

English – 80 points


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  • When I was in the third grade, I made a really big mistake. My teacher assigned a spelling test, but I decided I would play video games all night instead of studying. That wasn't the biggest mistake I made, though. What I did after that was worse!

  • When my teacher, Miss Crabtree, told us to clear our desks for the test, I took my word list and put it on top of my books inside my desk where I could see it. Miss Crabtree started calling out the words and I copied each of them from my word list. Suddenly, Miss Crabtree noticed what I was doing. She walked over to my desk and took my word list from me. She told me she wanted to see me after class. I knew I was in trouble then! I left class quickly that day before Miss Crabtree could talk to me about it.

  • By the time I got home, I had forgotten all about the spelling test. I was watching television when the telephone rang. It was Miss Crabtree! She told my mother what happened in class. Boy was she mad! She took away my video games and wouldn’t let me go anywhere or do anything fun for a whole month. Plus, I had to study and retake the spelling test. So, I guess what they say really is true - cheaters never win!

  • The main idea of this story is—

  • Miss Crabtree is a really good teacher

  • I learned that cheating on a test is a horrible mistake

  • My mother gets mad when I get in trouble at school

  • I like to play video games

  • English – 100 points


Answer4

Answer:

B. I learned that cheating on a test is a horrible mistake

English – 100 points


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The Parents’ Club sold 2,487 tickets for the winter festival. What is 2,487 rounded to the nearest hundred?

A. 2,400

B. 2,470

C. 2,480

D . 2,500

Math – 20 points


Answer5

Answer:

D. 2,500

Math – 20 points


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  • Which of the following shows

  • “nine hundred seven thousand, four hundred eighteen” in standard form?

  • 9,007,418

  • 970,418

  • 907,480

  • 907,418

  • Math – 40 points


Answer6

Answer:

D. 907,418

Math – 40 points


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  • Which decimal shows the same number as this shaded figure?

  • 0.14

  • 0.40

  • 0.41

  • 4.10

  • Math – 60 points


Answer7

Answer:

C. 0.41

Math – 60 points


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  • This model is shaded to show a fraction of a whole.

  • Which of the following is shaded with a value GREATER THAN the one above?


Answer8

Answer:

C.

Math – 80 points


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  • This represents a value of 1.

  • Which model represents the value of 3 in 168, 342?

  • Math – 100 points


Answer9

Answer:

C.

Math – 100 points


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  • A wetland habitat can continue to support the birds and fish that live there if people —

  • drain the water away

  • flood the highest parts of the land

  • leave the land alone

  • use the land for planting crops

  • Science – 20 points


Answer10

Answer:

C. leave the land alone

Science – 20 points


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  • Which of these warms most of the air, water, and land on Earth?

  • Coal

  • Electricity

  • Wind

  • Sunlight

  • Science – 40 points


Answer11

Answer:

D. Sunlight

Science – 40 points


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  • Cows are farm animals that eat only plants. Which of these kinds of living things is a cow?

  • Decomposer

  • Herbivore

  • Carnivore

  • Producer

  • Science – 60 points


Answer12

Answer:

B. Herbivore

Science – 60 points


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DAILY DOUBLE!!

A graph shows what happened when salt was added to water in a glass. According to the graph, which of these is correct?

  • Salt tastes different when water is heated.

  • Salt will cause water to heat up.

  • Salt is used to make hot water.

  • Salt dissolves more easily in hot water.

Science – 80 points


Answer13

Answer:

A. salt dissolves more easily in hot water

Science – 80 points (Daily Double)


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  • The plants in the chart are grouped together because all three–

  • need some shade

  • lose their leaves

  • are shrubs

  • have thorns

  • Science – 100 points


Answer14

Answer:

B. lose their leaves

Science – 100 points


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  • According to the store directory, which floor has goods that are a part of people’s basic needs?

  • 2nd

  • 3rd

  • 4th

  • 5th

  • Social Studies – 20 points


Answer15

Answer:

A. 2nd

Social Studies – 20 points


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  • Which sentence describes something that happened in history?

  • 1

  • 2

  • 3

  • 4

  • Social Studies – 40 points


Answer16

Answer:

C. 3

Social Studies – 40 points


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  • An example of Greek Architecture is the–

  • Social Studies – 60 points


Answer17

Answer:

B.

Social Studies – 60 points


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  • In the empire of Mali, how was salt used?

  • To wash clothes

  • To grow plants

  • To make paper

  • To preserve food

  • Social Studies – 80 points


Answer18

Answer:

D. to preserve food

Social Studies – 80 points


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  • Part of which continent is in C5?

  • Africa

  • Antarctica

  • Asia

  • Australia

  • Social Studies – 100 points


Answer19

Answer:

C. Asia

Social Studies – 100 points


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  • The needle of a magnetic compass will always find which direction?

  • North

  • South

  • East

  • West

  • Wildcard – 20 points


Answer20

Answer:

A. North

Wildcard – 20 points


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  • Which of these would be best to use

  • to report the temperature of a liquid?

  • Degrees Celsius

  • Meters

  • Kilograms

  • Liters

  • Wildcard – 40 points


Answer21

Answer:

A. Degrees Celsius

Wildcard – 40 points


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  • Benjamin Franklin was famous for —

  • proving electricity could be found in lightning

  • teaching people how to grow potatoes

  • showing how to make automobiles work better

  • discovering a way to make computers

Wildcard – 60 points


Answer22

Answer:

A. proving electricity could be found in lightning

Wildcard – 60 points


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  • Anna took of the apples from a box.

  • How many apples did she take?

  • 2

  • 4

  • 6

  • 8

Wildcard – 80 points


Answer23

Answer:

A. 2

Wildcard – 80 points


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  • Read the following sentence.

  • I searched the _____ house for my brother, but he was nowhere to be _____.

  • Which pair of words makes the sentence correct?

  • hole, seen

  • whole, scene

  • whole, seen

  • hole, scene

Wildcard – 100 points


Answer24

Answer:

C. whole, seen

Wildcard – 100 points


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Jeopardy – Round 2

Click here for Final Jeopardy


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Read the following sentence:

You can’t _____ that heavy turnip on the _____ scale

because it would break it!

Which pair of words makes the sentence correct?

A. way, knew

B. weigh, knew

C. way, new

D. weigh, new

English – 20 points


Answer25

Answer:

D. weigh, new


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  • I was late to class because I dropped my lunch tray on the floor and had to clean it up.

  • Which word uses -ed the same way as in dropped?

  • wicked

  • smelled

  • indeed

  • speed

  • English – 40 points


Answer26

Answer:

B. smelled


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  • The Ant and the Dove

  • A Dove saw an Ant fall into a river. The Ant struggled to reach the shore. In pity, the Dove dropped a blade of straw close beside it. Hanging on to the straw, the Ant floated safely to shore.

  • Soon after, the Ant saw a man getting ready to kill the Dove with a stone. But just as he threw the stone, the Ant stung him in the heel. The pain made the man miss, and the startled Dove flew to safety in a distant forest.

  • A kindness is never wasted.

  • Why did the Ant sting the man’s heel?

  • the Ant was afraid the man would try to step him after he killed the Dove

  • the Ant was tired and cranky after swimming to shore and took it out on the man

  • the Ant wanted to help the Dove because the Dove had been kind to the Ant

  • the Ant was hungry, so he decided to take a bite out of the man’s heel

  • English – 60 points


Answer27

Answer:

C. the Ant wanted to help the Dove because the Dove had been kind to the Ant


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One Halloween I dressed up as a clown. My mother bought me a big red nose made out of foam to wear, but I didn't like it. I decided to sneak into her makeup and use her red lipstick instead. I colored my whole nose red and went trick-or-treating. When I got home later that night, I tried to rub the lipstick off, but all I did was make my nose pink! I couldn't get all of the lipstick off. I didn't want my mother to know what I had done, so I went to bed, hoping the lipstick would wear off by morning. It didn't. When my mother woke me up for school, the first thing she saw was my bright pink nose. I thought I was in trouble for sure, but she just laughed and told me to use her cold cream to get it all off. I bet I never do that again, though!

What is this story mostly about?

A. I dressed up as a clown one Halloween.B. I don’t like the big foam noses that go with clown costumes. C. You can use cold cream to take lipstick off.

D. I put lipstick on my nose without permission, and I couldn’t get it off.

English – 80 points


Answer28

Answer:

D. I put lipstick on my nose without permission, and I couldn't get it off.


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  • Swing

  • 1 Swing low,

  • 2 Swing high.

  • 3 Until your tiptoes

  • 4 Touch the sky.

  • 5 Swing high,

  • 6 Swing low.

  • 7 Swing where grownups

  • 8 Cannot go.

  • This poem is mostly about–

  • touching the sky

  • riding on a swing

  • standing on tiptoe

  • swinging your arms

  • English – 100 points


Answer29

Answer:

B. riding on a swing


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  • There are 14 roses in Julia’s garden. Nine of the roses are red and the rest are yellow. How many roses are yellow?

  • 4

  • 5

  • 7

  • 8

  • Math – 20 points


Answer30

Answer:

B. 5

Math – 20 points


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DAILY DOUBLE

  • A bakery made four different kinds of doughnuts. The pictograph below shows the number of each kind of doughnuts sold one morning. Based on the information in the graph, what was the total number of chocolate doughnuts sold?

  • 6

  • 16

  • 19

  • 60

Math – 40 points (Daily Double)


Answer31

Answer:

D. 60

Math – 40 points

(Daily Double)


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  • Daron had this much money in the bank.

  • His brother gave him this much more.

  • What is the total amount Daron has altogether?

  • $4.50

  • $4.25

  • $4.00

  • $3.75

Math – 60 points


Answer32

Answer:

B. $4.25

Math – 60 points


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  • Kim is meeting her friends at the mall at 4:35 P.M. Which clock shows this time?

  • Math – 80 points


Answer33

Answer:

D.

Math – 80 points


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  • On what day did Larry spend more than 50 minutes reading?

  • Tuesday

  • Thursday

  • Sunday

  • Friday

  • Math – 100 points


Answer34

Answer:

D. Friday

Math – 100 points


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  • Which picture shows the way two magnets will attract?

  • Science – 20 points


Answer35

Answer:

D.

Science – 20 Points


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  • All materials are made of–

  • liquid

  • wood

  • smaller parts that cannot be seen

  • parts that do not stick together

  • Science – 40 points


Answer36

Answer:

C. smaller parts that cannot be seen

Science – 40 Points


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  • Which of the following pictures shows how a wedge works?

  • Science – 60 points


Answer37

Answer:

C.

Science – 60 Points


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  • Which of these human activities is MOST damaging to the air?

  • Picking fruit from a tree

  • Planting a garden

  • Burning tires

  • Riding a bike

  • Science – 80 points


Answer38

Answer:

C. Burning tires

Science – 80 Points


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  • Why is it easier to grow plants in topsoil than in subsoil?

  • Topsoil has more humus.

  • Topsoil has more rocks.

  • Topsoil has more dust.

  • Topsoil has more clay.

  • Science – 100 points


Answer39

Answer:

A. Topsoil has more humus

Science – 100 Points


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  • Where is the museum in this map?

  • North of the school

  • East of the store

  • South of the lake

  • East of the park

  • Social Studies – 20 points


Answer40

Answer:

C. South of the lake

Social Studies – 20 points


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  • Trina asked some people about their jobs. She put their answers in this table. There are four people with the same job. What do these people do at work?

  • make healthy meals

  • help students

  • grow crops

  • help the sick

  • Social Studies – 40 points


Answer41

Answer:

C. grow crops

Social Studies – 40 points


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DAILY DOUBLE

  • He developed hundreds of uses for peanuts, sweet potatoes and soybeans.

  • Jackie Robinson

  • George Washington Carver

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Thurgood Marshall

Social Studies – 60 points


Answer42

Answer:

C. George Washington Carver

Social Studies – 20 points (daily double)


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  •  All economic choices require–

  • a comparison of monetary costs.

  • fulfilling our wants.

  • giving up something.

  • fulfilling our needs.

  • Social Studies – 80 points


Answer43

Answer:

C. giving up something

Social Studies – 80 points


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  • Why were Jacques Cartier’s explorations important?

  • He discovered the New World.

  • He founded the first English settlement.

  • He was the first explorer to travel around the world.

  • He gave claim to land in Canada for France.

  • Social Studies – 100 points


Answer44

Answer:

D. He gave claim to land in Canada for France.

Social Studies – 100 points


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  • Smelts are fish that lay their eggs in the sand on beaches. When the eggs hatch, the babies know to go to the water. This is an example of —

  • instinct

  • hibernation

  • camouflage

  • learned behavior

  • Wildcard – 20 points


Answer45

Answer:

A. instinct

Wildcard – 20 points


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  • What are the three states of matter?

  • liquid, vapor, gas

  • solid, liquid, gas

  • liquid, heat, gas

  • solid, gas, clouds

  • Wildcard – 40 points


Answer46

Answer:

B. solid, liquid, gas

Wildcard – 40 points


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  • On the map, South America is labeled number–

  • 1

  • 2

  • 3

  • 4

  • Wildcard – 60 points


Answer47

Answer:

B. 2

Wildcard – 60 points


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  • The Pacific Ocean is labeled which number on the map?

  • 1

  • 2

  • 5

  • 4

  • Wildcard – 80 points


Answer48

Answer:

A. 1

Wildcard – 80 points


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  • Which of the following is true about Christopher Newport?

  • He brought many people to Virginia.

  • He was one of the first men to reach the Fall Line.

  • He wanted to discover riches.

  • All of the above.

  • Wildcard – 100 points


Answer49

Answer:

D. All of the above

Wildcard – 100 points


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FINAL JEOPARDY

Category:

MATH

Make Your Wagers…


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QUESTION:

This model is shaded to show one whole.

The two models below are each shaded to show a fraction.

Model 1 Model 2

One fraction is subtracted from the other. Which model is shaded

to show the difference?


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ANSWER:

  • D.

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