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  1. WATER Jeopardy Hosted By Mrs. Goneau

  2. Properties Temperature Water Cycle Waterworks 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500

  3. Row 1, Col 1 • Which is NOT a property of water? • a. It has surface tension • Water flows downhill • Water is clear • Water absorbs c. Water absorbs

  4. 1,2 What happens to water when heat is added? CLUE: Think about the thermometer we made. It Expands and Warms Up

  5. 1,3 A solid, liquid, and gas are called states of matter. Which state of matter is water vapor. A Gas


  6. 1,4 A liquid, solid, or gas are called a state of matter. Ice is which state of matter? A Solid

  7. 2,1 • A needle can stay on the surface of water without sinking to the bottom. What property of water makes this possible? • Color • Surface Tension • Density • Temperature b. Surface Tension

  8. 2,2 What happens to water when heat is taken away? It Contracts and Cools Off

  9. 2,3 Give three examples of precipitation Snow Hail Rain Sleet

  10. 2,4 Water is what state of matter? A solid, liquid, or a gas. A Liquid

  11. 3,1 • Which of these things about water does NOT relate to water quality? • Color • Location • Smell • Clarity b. Location

  12. 3,2 Liquid A is at the top of a container, while liquid X is at the bottom. Which liquid is more dense? Liquid X

  13. 3,3 Explain the process of evaporation Water on the earth’s surface warms up and changes into water vapor.

  14. 3,4 • People can use water to power waterwheels because • Water has Quality • Water Flows • Water Contracts and Expands • d. Water can be any Shape b. Water Flows

  15. 4,1 What will happen when two water drops, one small and one large, go down a slope ate the same time? The larger water drop will go down the slope faster.

  16. 4,2 Which item listed is the most dense.? Penny Straw Cork top Penny

  17. 4,3 How does condensation work? Water vapor attaches to small dust particles. It cools off and contracts, forming a cloud.

  18. 4,4 • Stan made a downhill water track by cutting a piece of plastic pipe in half. He then sprinkled gravel inside the pipe. If Stan wants to slow the water flowing down the pipe, which of these should he do? • Cover the pipe with waxed paper. • Make his hill more steep. • Increase the amount of water at the start of his track • Replace the gravel with the same amount of soil. a. Replace the gravel with the same amount of soil.

  19. 5,1 How could you make a drop of water go down a slope faster, without changing the water drop? Increase the slant of the slope

  20. 5,2 A plastic water bottle was left in the car overnight, and it was 22 degrees Fahrenheit. What do you think happened to the bottle of water? Explain this. It cracked, because when water freezes, it expands. There wasn’t enough room in the bottle, so the water bottle cracked.

  21. 5,3 Name the steps of the Water Cycle. Evaporation Condensation Precipitation

  22. 5,4 How does a waterwheel do work? It uses the flow of water to move things, making energy to do work.