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Chalkboard Challenge. Karla Mills Grade 3. Let’s Play. Final Challenge. Animals. Space. Rocks. Simple Machines. Weather. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Animals for 100.

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Chalkboard challenge

Chalkboard Challenge

Karla Mills

Grade 3


Let s play

Let’s Play

Final Challenge

Animals

Space

Rocks

Simple Machines

Weather

100

100

100

100

100

200

200

200

200

200

300

300

300

300

300

400

400

400

400

400

500

500

500

500

500


Animals for 100

Animals for 100

  • Animals with backbones and animals without backbones

100

What are the two main groups of animals?


Animals for 200

Animals for 200

  • Amphibian

200

What is a frog


Animals for 300

Animals for 300

What are animals that keep the same body temperature when the temperature around them changes?

  • Warm-blooded

300


Animals for 400

Animals for 400

  • Examples of reptiles

400

What are snakes, lizards, turtles, and alligators?


Animals for 500

Animals for 500

  • Larva

500

What is the second stage of a butterfly’s life?


Space for 100

Space for 100

  • Axis

100

What is the imaginary line the earth spins on?


Space for 200

Space for 200

  • Revolution

200

What is each orbit around the sun?


Space for 300

Space for 300

  • Rotation

300

What does the earth do every twenty-four hours?


Space for 400

Space for 400

  • Phases of the moon

400

What art the different shapes of the moon?


Space for 500

Space for 500

  • Solar system

500

What does the sun, planets, and moon make up?


Rocks for 100

Rocks for 100

  • Igneous rocks

100

What are melted minerals?


Rocks for 200

Rocks for 200

  • Humus

200

What is decaying matter?


Rocks for 300

Rocks for 300

  • Loam

300

Which soil is a mixture of clay, sand, and humus?


Rocks for 400

Rocks for 400

  • Sedimentary rock

400

What kind of rock is formed under water when layers of materials are pressed together?


Rocks for 500

Rocks for 500

  • An example of metamorphic rock

500

What is marble?


Simple machines for 100

Simple Machines for 100

  • Lever, inclined plane, wedge, screw, wheel and axle, and pulley

100

What are the six different kinds of simple machines?


Simple machines for 200

Simple Machines for 200

  • Whenever a force makes an object move.

200

What is work?


Simple machines for 300

Simple Machines for 300

  • Energy

300

What is the ability to do work?


Simple machines for 400

Simple Machines for 400

  • Lever

400

What is a board?


Simple machines for 500

Simple Machines for 500

  • Srew

500

What is used to hold objects together?


Weather for 100

Weather for 100

  • A cloud near the ground

100

What is fog?


Weather for 200

Weather for 200

  • Dew

200

What is Water vapor in the air that has condensed into small drops of water ?


Weather for 300

Weather for 300

  • Cirrus

300

What kind of clouds are made from tiny pieces of ice?


Weather for 400

Weather for 400

  • Precipitation

400

What are rain, hail, and snow?


Weather for 500

Weather for 500

What do cumulus clouds look like?

  • Cotton

500


Final challenge

Final Challenge

End Game

  • The water cycle

Write Your

Final Challenge

Wager

What is the movement of water by evaporation, condensation, and precipitation?

TIME’S

UP!


Game over

Game Over

Karla Mills


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