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Welcome to 3rd Grade Jeopardy!!. Jeopardy – Round 1. Click here for Round Two. Which American Indian (First American) tribe lived in what is now Virginia? Powhatan Apache Pueblo Sioux. History/Geog. – 20 points. Answer:. A. Powhatan. History/Geog. – 20 points.

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Welcome to 3rd GradeJeopardy!!


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Jeopardy – Round 1

Click here for Round Two


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  • Which American Indian (First American) tribe lived in what is now Virginia?

  • Powhatan

  • Apache

  • Pueblo

  • Sioux

History/Geog. – 20 points


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Answer:

A. Powhatan

History/Geog. – 20 points


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  • Which American who worked to give people equal rights is remembered on this holiday?

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Thurgood Marshall

  • Susan B. Anthony

  • Rosa Parks

  • History/Geog. – 40 points


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Answer:

A. Martin Luther King, Jr.

History/Geog. – 40 points


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  • Who used this type of object as an experiment?

  • Abraham Lincoln

  • Benjamin Franklin

  • Thomas Jefferson

  • George Washington Carver

  • History/Geog. – 60 points


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Answer:

A. Benjamin Franklin

History/Geog. – 60 points


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  • Which description tells where Mr. Mackey is standing?

  • Above the desk and behind the blackboard

  • Behind the desk and in front of the blackboard

  • Beside the desk and below the blackboard

  • In front of the desk and above the blackboard

  • History/Geog. – 80 points


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Answer:

B. Behind the desk and in front of the blackboard

History/Geog. – 80 points


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  • Based on this circle graph, what kind of community is Surville?

  • Fishing

  • Mining

  • Farming

  • Ranching

  • History/Geog. – 100 points


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Answer:

C. Farming

History/Geog. – 100 points


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  • Which is an example of a person saving for the future?

  • Getting money from a bank

  • Buying food for the week

  • Putting money in the bank

  • Getting new toys at the store

  • Econ./Civics – 20 points


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Answer:

C. Putting money in the bank

Econ./Civics – 20 points


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  • This picture of a woman working shows an example of a—

  • buyer

  • consumer

  • trader

  • producer

  • Econ./Civics – 40 points


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Answer:

D. producer

Econ./Civics – 40 points


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  • Because resources are limited, MOST people —

  • always get everything they want

  • must choose among the things they want

  • will trade to get everything they want

  • produce the goods they want

  • Econ./Civics – 60 points


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Answer:

B. must choose among the things they want

Econ./Civics – 60 points


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  • Which of the following shows that Sam is careful to take care of his belongings when he gets to school?

  • He sits down at his desk.

  • He says hello to the teacher.

  • He gets a drink of water.

  • He hangs up his coat.

Econ./Civics – 80 points


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Answer:

D. He hangs up his coat.

Econ./Civics – 80 points


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  • How are the Statue of Liberty and the Washington Monument alike?

  • Both of them are patriotic symbols.

  • Both of them are located in New York.

  • Both of them are symbols of our Presidents.

  • Both of them have a torch.

  • Econ./Civics – 100 points


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Answer:

A. Both of them are patriotic symbols.

Econ./Civics – 100 points


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  • What units would you use to measure the length of this pencil?

  • Grams

  • Kilometers

  • Centimeters

  • Liters

  • Science Investigation – 20 points


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Answer:

C. Centimeters

Science Investigation – 20 points


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  • Tony is studying ladybugs in a garden. Which of these would BEST help Tony to count the spots on a ladybug?

  • Stopwatch

  • Thermometer

  • Measuring cup

  • Magnifying glass

  • Science Investigation – 40 points


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Answer:

D. Magnifying glass

Science Investigation – 40 points


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  • How are a tree and grass alike?

  • Both make wood.

  • Both have roots.

  • Both need moonlight.

  • Both have short lives.

  • Science Investigation – 60 points


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Answer:

B. Both have roots.

Science Investigation – 60 points


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DAILY DOUBLE!!

  • What type of plant is MOST likely described?

  • A flowering plant

  • A pine tree

  • Grass

  • Cactus

Science Investigation – 80 points (Daily Double – 160 pts.)


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Answer:

A. A flowering plant

Science Investigation – 80 points (Daily Double)


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  • What is the mass of the bottle shown in the picture?

  • 47 grams

  • 53 grams

  • 103 grams

  • 150 grams

  • Science Investigation – 100 points


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Answer:

B. 53 grams

Science Investigation – 100 points


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  • Which of these lists has only products that come from plants?

  • Paper, spices, and fibers

  • Wool, lumber, and butter

  • Medicines, leather, and milk

  • Cotton, rubber, and eggs

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 20 points


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Answer:

A. Paper, spices, and fibers

Cycles/ Living Systems – 20 points


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  • What causes fewer plants to grow on the rocky side of the river?

  • There is not enough sunlight.

  • There is not enough soil.

  • There is not enough water.

  • There is not enough air.

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 40 points


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Answer:

B. There is not enough soil.

Cycles/ Living Systems – 40 points


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  • Which would help conserve water?

  • Turn off water while brushing teeth

  • Wash the car every day

  • Water the lawn every day

  • Run the dishwasher after each meal

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 60 points


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Answer:

A. Turn off water while brushing teeth

Cycles/ Living Systems – 60 points


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  • Which of these is needed in all stages of the butterfly’s life cycle?

  • Wings

  • Eyes

  • Soil

  • Air

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 80 points


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Answer:

D. Air

Cycles/ Living Systems – 80 points


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  • The BEST way to make a shadow on a living room wall is to —

  • hold a lamp near the floor

  • turn off the lights in the room

  • sit close to the wall near a window

  • stand between a light and the wall

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 100 points


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Answer:

D. stand between a light and the wall

Cycles/ Living Systems – 100 points


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  • Joe lends his bicycle to Sam for a trip. As a good citizen, Sam should —

  • take the bicycle and paint it for Joe

  • leave Joe’s bicycle out in the rain

  • keep Joe’s bicycle in a safe place

  • keep the bicycle and buy Joe another one

  • Wildcard – 20 points


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Answer:

C. keep Joe’s bicycle in a safe place

Wildcard – 20 points


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  • Which word completes this web?

  • Protect Property

  • Enjoy Diversity

  • Practice Honesty

  • Respect Government

  • Wildcard – 40 points


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Answer:

B. Enjoy Diversity

Wildcard – 40 points


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  • Which holiday in May honors those who died in all wars?

  • Memorial Day

  • Flag Day

  • Veterans’ Day

  • Independence Day

Wildcard – 60 points


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Answer:

A. Memorial Day

Wildcard – 60 points


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  • Which of these is MOST likely the hardest to bend?

  • Rubber band

  • Cloth ribbon

  • Leather shoe

  • Wooden board

Wildcard – 80 points


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Answer:

D. Wooden board

Wildcard – 80 points


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  • Which shape is MOST like the one made by connecting the bases on the baseball field?

  • Circle

  • Square

  • Triangle

  • Oval

Wildcard – 100 points


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Answer:

B. Square

Wildcard – 100 points


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Jeopardy – Round 2

Click here for Final Jeopardy


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  • An example of Greek architecture is the —

  • History/Geog. – 20 points

  • C.

  • D.


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Answer:

  • B.

History/Geog. – 20 Points


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  • What was the oral tradition of Mali?

  • Painting pictures

  • Writing music

  • Reading books

  • Telling stories

  • History/Geog. – 40 points


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Answer:

D. Telling stories

History/Geog. – 40 points


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  • Where did Ali live?

  • AncientGreece

  • Ancient China

  • AncientEgypt

  • Ancient Rome

  • History/Geog. – 60 points


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Answer:

C. Ancient Egypt

History/Geog. – 60 points


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  • Which number is on France?

  • 1

  • 2

  • 3

  • 4

  • History/Geog. – 80 points


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Answer:

C. 3

History/Geog. – 80 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

  • History/Geog. – 100 points


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Answer:

C. South of the lake

History/Geog. – 100 points


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  • This picture shows how countries X and Y trade with each other. What are the economic specializations of country Y?

  • Coal and trucks

  • Vegetables and cameras

  • Coal and vegetables

  • Trucks and cameras

  • Econ./Civics – 20 points


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Answer:

D. Trucks and cameras

Econ./Civics – 20 points


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DAILY DOUBLE

  • Which natural resource was used to make these goods?

  • Oil

  • Coal

  • Cotton

  • Gold

Econ./Civics – 40 points (Daily Double – 80 pts.)


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Answer:

D. Gold

Econ./Civics – 40 points (Daily Double)


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  • Look at the chart. Who exchanged money for a good?

  • Salvi

  • Teresa

  • Anna

  • Justin

Econ./Civics – 60 points


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Answer:

C. Anna

Econ./Civics – 60 points


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  • Mr. Churi tries to set a good example for his children by working hard at his job. How can Mr. Churi’s children BEST follow his example?

  • By doing their schoolwork well

  • By eating their vegetables

  • By playing their music quietly

  • By sharing their toys

  • Econ./Civics – 80 points


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Answer:

A. By doing their schoolwork well

Econ./Civics – 80 points


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  • Who was the African-American minister who worked for equal

  • rights for all people?

  • Jackie Robinson

  • George Washington Carver

  • Thurgood Marshall

  • Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • Econ./Civics – 100 points


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Answer:

D. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Econ./Civics – 100 points


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  • Students in a class count their pets. All together, they have seven cats, nine dogs, and three fish. Which graph shows the correct number of pets?

  • Science Investigation – 20 points


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Answer:

Science Investigation – 20 Points


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  • Which of these tells something about how an apple looks?

  • It is soft.

  • It is blue.

  • It is square.

  • It is smooth.

  • Science Investigation – 40 points


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Answer:

D. It is smooth.

Science Investigation – 40 Points


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  • Which of these senses lets Dora know when a skunk has been close to her house?

  • Taste

  • Touch

  • Smell

  • Hearing

  • Science Investigation – 60 points


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Answer:

C. Smell

Science Investigation – 60 Points


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  • Which of these BEST describes the way a feather feels?

  • Colorful

  • Soft

  • Low

  • Bright

  • Science Investigation – 80 points


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Answer:

B. Soft

Science Investigation – 80 Points


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  • Four students measured the distance a ball was kicked. The distances are shown in the table. Which student measured a distance that was much greater than the other measurements?

  • Student 1

  • Student 2

  • Student 3

  • Student 4

  • Science Investigation – 100 points


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Answer:

B. Student 2

Science Investigation – 100 Points


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  • Which of these is a nonliving part of a forest?

  • Tree

  • Soil

  • Worm

  • Mushroom

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 20 points


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Answer:

B. Soil

Cycles/ Living Systems – 20 points


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  • A sand dune is shown. Which of these causes sand dunes to form?

  • Winds blowing

  • Plants growing

  • Animals digging

  • Temperatures rising

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 40 points


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Answer:

A. Winds blowing

Cycles/ Living Systems – 40 points


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DAILY DOUBLE

  • Both hurricanes and tornadoes always —

  • cause flooding

  • are hundreds of miles wide

  • have high winds

  • produce light snow

Cycles/ Living Systems – 60 points


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Answer:

C. have high winds

Cycles/ Living Systems – 60 points (daily double)


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  • From what source does almost all heat energy on Earth come?

  • Wind

  • Water

  • The Sun

  • The Moon

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 80 points


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Answer:

C. The Sun

Cycles/ Living Systems – 80 points


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  • Based on the food chain, which of these is a carnivore?

  • Sun

  • Water plant

  • Mayfly nymph

  • Osprey

  • Cycles/ Living Systems – 100 points


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Answer:

D. Osprey

Cycles/ Living Systems – 100 points


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  • Why do people say the Pledge of Allegiance?

  • To show respect to the flag

  • To tell about the history of the flag

  • To explain the meaning of the flag

  • To remember the colors of the flag

  • Wildcard – 20 points


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Answer:

A. To show respect to the flag

Wildcard – 20 points


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  • This headline tells about the work of —

  • Helen Keller

  • Rosa Parks

  • Betsy Ross

  • Susan B. Anthony

  • Wildcard – 40 points


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Answer:

D. Susan B. Anthony

Wildcard – 40 points


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  • Which kind of work is made easier by the wheels of a wagon?

  • Pulling a heavy load

  • Lifting a wide load

  • Dividing a large load

  • Holding a small load

  • Wildcard – 60 points


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Answer:

A. Pulling a heavy load

Wildcard – 60 points


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  • A metal rod is struck and starts to vibrate. Which of these could happen next?

  • The metal rod becomes a liquid.

  • The metal rod becomes heavier.

  • The metal rod attracts other metals.

  • The metal rod produces sound.

  • Wildcard – 80 points


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Answer:

D. The metal rod produces sound.

Wildcard – 80 points


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  • A puddle of water on a concrete driveway will disappear after a few hours during a sunny day. Where does the water go as

  • it disappears?

  • It goes into the air.

  • Animals drink it.

  • It soaks into the concrete.

  • It becomes a different substance.

  • Wildcard – 100 points


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Answer:

A. It goes into the air.

Wildcard – 100 points


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FINAL JEOPARDY

Category:

Science

Make Your Wagers…


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QUESTION:

  • Compared to the lawn mower tire, the tractor tire is —

  • smaller

  • thinner

  • lighter

  • rougher


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ANSWER:

  • D. rougher

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