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  1. Electricity Jeopardy

  2. SOL Jeopardy Atoms Vocabulary Circuits Famous People Bonus 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

  3. All matter is made up of tiny particles called A. charges B. dust particles C. atoms D. mass

  4. Matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms Bonus Jeopardy

  5. You’re too good to catch! Click to record $200 Answer

  6. Tiny particles that have a positive charge are called A. protons B. electrons C. neutrons D. atoms

  7. Tiny particles that have a positive charge are called protons. Bonus Jeopardy

  8. You're hammering away now! Click to record $400 Answer

  9. Tiny particles that have a negative charge are called: A. Protons B. Electrons C. Neutrons D. Atoms

  10. Tiny particles that have a negative charge are called electrons. Bonus Jeopardy

  11. Wow! You’re good! Click to record $600 Answer

  12. How do atoms become positive or negatively charged? Rubbing against another object B. All of the answers are correct C. Pick up electrical charges from other objects D. Electrons fall off an object

  13. Atoms become positively or negatively charged in all of those ways. Bonus Jeopardy

  14. Click to record $800 I don't know how I could have did doubted you! Answer

  15. If you rub a neutral balloon with a cloth, what charge will the balloon become? A. negative B. positive C. neutral D. electric

  16. If you rub a neutral balloon with a cloth, it will become negative as electrons are transferred from the cloth to the balloon. Bonus Jeopardy

  17. Being a genius certaintly has its advantages! Click to record $1000 Answer

  18. Materials that allow electricity to flow easily through them A. conductor B. insulator C. terminal D. Dry cell

  19. Materials that allow electricity to easily flow through them are called conductors. Bonus Jeopardy

  20. RIGHT! When you’re RIGHT, you’re RIGHT! Click to record $200 Answer

  21. Materials that do not allow electricity to flow through them are called A. conductors B. insulators C. terminals D. Dry cell

  22. Materials that don’t allow electricity to flow through them easily are called insulators such as glass, plastic, rubber, air, and wood. Bonus Jeopardy

  23. Genus! That is what it is sheer genius! Click to record $400 Answer

  24. Current flowing through an object can be turned on or off using this A. terminal B. resistor C. conductor D. switch

  25. Current can be turned on and off using a switch. Bonus Jeopardy

  26. You just outsmarted me! Click to record $600 Answer

  27. Something that allows electricity to flow through it, but it doesn’t flow easily. A. insulator B. resistor C. terminal D. Dry cell

  28. Something that allows electricity to flow through it, but it doesn’t flow easily is called a resistor. Bonus Jeopardy

  29. Brillance Click to record $800 Answer

  30. Another name for a dry cell A. battery B. terminal C. resistor D. filament

  31. Another name for a dry cell is a battery. Bonus Jeopardy

  32. Cool! Click to record $1000 Answer

  33. The path that electricity can move through A circuit B orbit C oval D ellipse

  34. The path that electricity can move through is called a circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

  35. You're super good, but can you keep up with me? Click to record $200 Answer

  36. If you have a circuit with no gaps or breaks, it is called A. Resistor B. Short circuit C. Closed circuit D. Open circuit

  37. If you have a circuit with no gaps or breaks it is called a closed circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

  38. You’re bouncing along well! Click to record $400 Answer

  39. A circuit with gaps or breaks is called A. Parallel Circuit B. Series Circuit C. Closed circuit D. Open circuit

  40. A circuit with gaps or breaks is called an open circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

  41. Lucky Guess! Click to record $600 Answer

  42. In a parallel circuit, what would happen if you disconnect one bulb that is wired to others? The other bulbs will go out. B. The other bulbs will stay lit. C. The other bulbs will blow. D. The filament will burn out.

  43. The other bulbs will stay lit in a parallel circuit. Bonus Jeopardy

  44. You are so lucky! Click to record $800 Answer

  45. What would happen if a bulb that was wired to other bulbs was disconnected in a series circuit? A. The other bulbs would remain lit. B. Nothing would happen to the other bulbs. C. The other bulbs would go out. D. The other bulbs would not go out.

  46. In a series circuit, if you disconnect one bulb, the other bulbs will go out. Bonus Jeopardy

  47. Your climbing so high! Click to record $1000 Answer

  48. Who invented the lightbulb? A. Michael Faraday B. Ben Franklin C. Thomas Edison D. Alexander Graham Bell

  49. Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb. Bonus Jeopardy

  50. Marvelous! Click to record $200 Answer