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  1. Science Jeopardy Rocks Minerals Erosion/Deposition Vocabulary Miscellaneous 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 Double Jeopardy Round

  2. ANSWER: Three main types of rocks. QUESTION: What is sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous? A-100

  3. ANSWER: Type of rock that forms from the cooling of lava or magma. QUESTION: What is igneous? A-200

  4. ANSWER: Type of rock that forms by heat and pressure. QUESTION: What are metamorphic rocks? A-300

  5. ANSWER: Type of rock that forms when layers of sediment are packed together. QUESTION: What are sedimentary rocks? A-400

  6. ANSWER: ________ rock grains form when lava cools down quickly. QUESTION: What is small? A-500

  7. ANSWER: The evaporation of water can cause ___________ to form. QUESTION: What are minerals? B-100

  8. ANSWER: The slow cooling of lava or magma causes _________ crystals to form. QUESTION: What is large? B-200

  9. ANSWER: A mineral’s shine. QUESTION: What is luster? B-300

  10. ANSWER: Calcite will fizz using this test. QUESTION: What is the acid test? B-400

  11. ANSWER: The scale scientists use to test a mineral’s hardness. QUESTION: What is the Moh’s Hardness Scale? B-500 Daily Double

  12. ANSWER: The pickup and removal of sediment. QUESTION: What is erosion? C-100

  13. ANSWER: Process by which the sediment settles out of wind or water and is placed in a new location. QUESTION: What is deposition? C-200

  14. ANSWER: The 5 major causes of erosion. QUESTION: What is water, gravity, glaciers, waves, and wind? C-300

  15. ANSWER: Canyons (Grand Canyon), waterfalls (Yosemite Falls), V-Shaped Valleys (Yosemite). QUESTION: What are landforms caused by water erosion? C-400

  16. ANSWER: 4 types of mass movement. QUESTION: What are landslides, mudflows, slumps, and creeps? C-500

  17. ANSWER: Extrusive QUESTION: What is an igneous rock that forms from lava on Earth’s surface. D-100

  18. ANSWER: Liquid magma that reaches the surface. QUESTION: What is lava? D-200

  19. ANSWER: Organic QUESTION: What is sedimentary rock that forms where remains or organisms are deposited in thick layers? D-300

  20. ANSWER: The color of a mineral’s powder. QUESTION: What is streak color? D-400

  21. ANSWER: Grain QUESTION: What is a particle of mineral or other rock that gives rock its texture? D-500

  22. ANSWER: Types of moving water from smallest to largest. QUESTION: What are rills, gullies, streams, and rivers? E-100

  23. ANSWER: Luster, streak color, hardness, and smell. QUESTION: What are 5 tests we use to identify minerals? E-200

  24. ANSWER: Diamonds QUESTION: What is metamorphic? E-300

  25. ANSWER: Deposits of limestone sediment in caves that hang like icicles on the roof. QUESTION: What are stalactites? E-400

  26. ANSWER: 5 landforms caused by river erosion. QUESTION: What are valleys, waterfalls, flood plains, meanders, and oxbow lakes? E-500

  27. Science Double Jeopardy Rock Cycle Natural Resources Continental Drift/Earth’s Interior Vocabulary Plate Tectonics 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Final Jeopardy

  28. ANSWER: The process that slowly changes rocks from one form to another. QUESTION: What is the rock cycle? A-200

  29. ANSWER: Changing sedimentary rocks into metamorphic rocks. QUESTION: What is heat and pressure. A-400

  30. ANSWER: Changing metamorphic rocks into magma. QUESTION: What is melting? A-600

  31. ANSWER: Changing igneous rocks into sedimentary rocks. QUESTION: What is erosion? A-800

  32. ANSWER: Changing metamorphic rocks into igneous rocks. QUESTION: What is cannot be done? A-1,000

  33. ANSWER: Coal, oil, and Natural Gas. QUESTION: What are non-renewable resources? B-200

  34. ANSWER: Sun, water, and wind. QUESTION: What are renewable resources? B-400

  35. ANSWER: Renewable resources. QUESTION: What are resources that can be replaced or reused in a short period of time? B-600

  36. ANSWER: Non-Renewable. QUESTION: What are resources that cannot be used again? B-800

  37. ANSWER: Fossil Fuels. QUESTION: What are coal, oil, and natural gas? B-1,000

  38. ANSWER: The scientist who came up with the theory of continental drift. QUESTION: Who is Alfred Wegner? C-200

  39. ANSWER: 300 millions years ago there was a super continent called _________. QUESTION: What is Pangea? C-400

  40. ANSWER: The two types of crust. QUESTION: What is oceanic and continental? C-600

  41. ANSWER: This layer of the Earth consists of the upper mantle and the crust. QUESTION: What is the lithosphere? C-800

  42. ANSWER: Alfred Wegner found this on Antarctica providing evidence for his continental drift theory. QUESTION: What are reptile fossils? C-1,000 Daily Double!

  43. ANSWER: Sediment QUESTION: What are small, solid particles or material from rocks/organisms which are moved by wind, water, glaciers, etc.? D-200

  44. ANSWER: Human and animal wastes, garbage. QUESTION: What is sewage pollution? D-400

  45. ANSWER: Waste gases that come from cars and factories combine with droplets or water in the air to form a dirty looking cloud. QUESTION: What is smog? D-600

  46. ANSWER: Thermal pollution. QUESTION: What is excess heating of the environment? D-800

  47. ANSWER: A hard, colorful mineral that has a brilliant or glass luster. QUESTION: What is a gemstone. D-1,000

  48. ANSWER: The type of plate boundary where two plates move toward each other. QUESTION: What is a convergent boundary? E-200

  49. ANSWER: Divergent plate boundary. QUESTION: What is a boundary where two plates move away from each other? E-400

  50. ANSWER: This process occurs at the Mid-Ocean Ridge. QUESTION: What is sea floor spreading? E-600